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The Druids Head, Brighton - pub details

Druids Head

Address: 9 Brighton Place, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1HJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3355) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brighton (0.5 miles), London Road - Brighton (1.1 miles), Hove (1.7 miles)

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A cosy traditional pub in the lanes. It is often busy and can be a struggle to get served and find a decent place to sit due to it's popular location. It also has Sky tv and a decent food menu, all be it standard fair. I would recommend a visit to this pub only in off-peak hours such as mid-week at lunchtimes.
Masterpint47 - 23 Jan 2014 23:02
A traditional pub overlooking the small square in the centre of The Laines, this is a popular spot and was pretty much full to capacity on a recent Saturday evening visit. A freestanding staircase is right in the middle of the room, although we didn't investigate the upstairs area.

It's a long and narrow pub with old flagstones on the floor and some black beams on the ceiling, although these are quite thin and clearly more decorative than structural. The bar counter is on the right and this is unusual in having both a copper top and some red leather cushioning on the front. There is some exposed stone walling on the left and a plasma was mounted up here showing Sky Sports, although the volume was not on. Seating is a mixture of table and chairs at the back, brown leather pouffes at the front and a few armchairs. The toilet doors were unusual in that they were cunningly disguised as bookcases.

I didn't study the food menu, but noticed some starters chalked up on a board that had a decidedly retro feel - prawn cocktail and breaded mushrooms, for example. There were also several burger choices chalked up on another board. Beers on tap were Doom Bar and Greene King Yardbird. Ciders were Strongbow and Magner's Golden Draught.
Blackthorn - 4 Apr 2013 08:16
A nice pub - the food was outstanding, but only one ale on, and the quality of that let the place down rather - made the one pint last until we'd finished eating, and then moved on!
turbohorsebox - 3 Jan 2012 15:14
Got in the door - no cask beer available - walked out. End of report.
mcroyal - 1 Feb 2011 11:53
We went to the Druids for a Sunday roast today and I must say.....absolutely fabulous!! Good service, good food, good value for money & lovely toasty warm christmassy feel to the place. We will definitely be going back :) Top Marks guys :)
JaeLei - 28 Nov 2010 18:41

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