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The Clown, Hastings - pub details

Clown

Address: 9, Russell St, Hastings, East Sussex, TN34 1QU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6800) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hastings (0.3 miles), Ore (0.9 miles), St Leonards Warrior Square (1 mile)

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user reviews of the Clown, Hastings

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5 most recent reviews of 15 shown - see all reviews

A stunning revival. Do visit.

Interesting range of real ales plus crafts and wines.
Interesting food.
Friendly, helpful staff.

Not overly gentrified and reasonable prices
blooms - 8 May 2016 22:08
Went in there on a Saturday and the first impression you get is, I turn around a get out again.
But I did stay and had a Harveys Sussex best which tasted fine and was served by a friendly Asian guy. Good choice of real ales.

The people inside was of all sorts, one was sitting there as if he was dead. The other was talking to his wife who sat next to him as if she was 5 miles away from him.
Whole bunch of strange people but nobody bothered me.
Its near the Priory meadow shopping centre.
markos - 24 Oct 2010 22:23
A jewel in this stretch of the Hastings Riviera.
What a find, superb champagne cocktails and canapes served with old fashioned pre war deference.
Far better pre smoking ban though, like the boozer in Get Carter on acid, wonderful and long may it live.


adrianboult - 14 Sep 2008 17:08
i think it's called irony, Zagreb, and your intepretation of postmodernist street talk is perhaps a little too literal. of course wicked is also spelt wkd, innit? and it's the blue stuff in a bottle that goes down well with chavs. anyway, it's a great unselfconscious pub and the landlord, victor, is a good laugh and a di(a)mond geezer; hansome too.
philby - 12 Aug 2008 13:07
Dimond is spelt Diamond, wickid is Wicked, nite= Night, spt is spit, or spot not sure. christ_our_saviour is therefore either stupid (75%) or lazy (25%)
zagreb - 1 Jun 2008 16:17

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