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Prince Arthur

Address: 38 Dean Street, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 3EG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5510) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brighton (0.5 miles), London Road - Brighton (1 mile), Hove (1.3 miles)

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One of my favourite Brighton pubs. Great selection of beers (cask at £3.50) and a good friendly atmosphere. Can get rammed when there is a tap takeover.
addlened - 29 Sep 2016 12:26
Really good version of the new type of local brew pubs. Beers on tap and from the barrel - not all perfect, but much better than so many of the soulless places in the centre of Brighton. And, you can stand outside and admire the view of the power station chimney (er, the i360 monstrosity)...
alebarry - 11 Sep 2016 10:42
Now is called the Brighton Beer Dispensary, a collaboration between Late Knights and Brighton Bier breweries who both produce some stunning ales. Alongside these the pub also sells beers from other micro breweries giving a full range to suit all tastes. This is a real enthusiasts pub and is very close to the Churchill Square shopping centre. We loved it.
Steamer1 - 13 Dec 2015 15:30
I had previously walked past this pub on visits to Brighton and thought it looked like a place to avoid. Recently walked past and noticed it appeared to have been completely revamped so went for a meal there with friends.

Had a steak and a pint or two of a local ale, the name of which escapes me now. Both were excellent and I am really fussy about my steaks. Nice friendly atmosphere in there and like what they have done with the inside. Would go back again.
GMDLondon - 24 Feb 2012 13:37
Sadly Spoonography apart from the man being behind the bar being friendly this pub appears to be as bad as when you were here.The first thing that hit me was the smell,i have never smelt anything quite like it in a pub in my 25 years of pub going.Secondly i was in there over half an hour and my friend and i were the only people in there the whole time,and this was 7:30 pm on a sunny Sunday July evening.The final dreadful thing about the pub was the bitter was cloudy and poor tasting.
Strangely the decor was nice-it has being refurbed realitively recently and so was clean and the toilets were fine.There was also a nice conservatory area but i cannot imagine ever going near this pub again unless it changes ownership.
boundsgreenboy - 11 Jul 2011 11:43

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