The Prince Albert, Eastbourne - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24198) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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|This pub has never been great, and it's getting worse and worse. The landlord ought to retire, as he's evidently lost all interest. Filled every weekend with loud, drunk, obnoxious folk, matched only by the equally obnoxious and totally inefficient staff. If you're not being josstled by swaying inebriates, you're fighting your way to the most disgusting toilets in Eastbourne. Punch-ups are frequent. The ONLY reason this pub is ever busy is because of it's live music reputation, especially now Mullen's, which was a FAR superior music venue is no longer giving it a run for it's money. Best avoided unless you're really desperate to see a band, in which case, a drive out to the Six Bells at Chiddingly would be a much wiser choice!|
beerbod - 15 Apr 2011 02:43
|Apparently the number 1 pub in Eastbourne for live music. That's as maybe but everytime I've visited its been grim and unfriendly. New faces are not welcome it seems.|
skippybn21 - 8 Dec 2010 10:19
|This pub is certainly one of the better joints in the town, the prices are about average and there seems to be plenty catered for in the music department...if you like badly played pub "rock"!|
theredbaron - 14 Feb 2009 20:16
|A nightmare. |
truelunch - 11 Dec 2008 17:37
|This pub has 2 separate bars with no adjoining door, but the barman let me and the misses walk behind the bar from the crap bar with the dart board to the bar with the pool table and large screen TV.|
Our couple of pints of lager were OK and we took them to the garden which looks a lot bigger from the other side of the road than it actually is. There is a covered area directly at the rear of the pub, but this was being used by the regulars.
We weren’t that impressed with the place so ordered a cab, which turned up within 10 seconds. We gleaned from a conversation with the driver that they use the other side of the road from the pub as a rank.
Maybe this place is good for watching sport, but otherwise there are far better pubs a stones throw away.
Strongers - 13 Aug 2008 07:07
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