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High Street Bar, Shoreham By Sea - pub details

High Street Bar

Address: 64 High Street, Shoreham By Sea, West Sussex, BN43 5DE [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Shoreham-by-sea (0.3 miles), Shoreham-by-Sea (0.3 miles), Southwick (2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 5 users)
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Suter's Yard it is, and albeit ostensibly a pub that has been shamelessly converted to a wine bar, a more-than-cursory inspection of the place shows that it hasn't given up on its pub roots altogether. Besides the lager and Belgian beer fonts which one might expect at best, 2 handpumps are available and both are in use. Thwaites Original (an odd but still welcome enough choice) and Hepworth Sussex on - the latter was superbly refreshing and nicely-kept without over-chilling. Service was efficient, and the general feel of the place on a warm June Saturday afternoon was relaxed, stylish but not pretentious. Customers appeared to range from artisans to middle-class couples (happily the screaming child of the latter was eventually removed to allow the rest of us some peace!), and it would seem to be fitting in amongst the other pubs on the town's main drag.

Interesting, and certainly not to be entirely dismissed. Good for a quick one on a wider crawl.
TWG - 21 Jun 2010 17:30
This is now called the "Suter's Yard"
adaminspace - 4 Feb 2009 14:31
I go in there alot what a difference, it's been taken over yet again but you can tell these people are gonna stay the place finally has soul and atmosphere and the menu is good they now offer draught lager but not your ordinary high street brands an dthe wine list is exstensive and i'm told they will be doing wine tasting evenings as they progress well done guys and girls can't wait to watch the place grow.
itsbeertime - 2 Jan 2007 16:41
Now closed no smoking no beer no pub
Neilmud - 18 Nov 2006 01:06
Now turned into a trendy wine bar and cafe and renamed "The New Wood On The Nose"
apa - 29 Mar 2006 13:30

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