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The Bow Street Runner, Hove [Closed] - pub details


Bow Street Runner

Address: 62 Brunswick Street West, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 1EL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23580) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hove (0.9 miles), Brighton (1 mile), Aldrington (1.4 miles)

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Fair enough, I retract the "grumpy". in it's place I'll add bubbling over with bitterness, horribly discriminatory and prejudice with a tendancy to generalise and uses any platform to spread bad feeling and resentment. Shall we get back to reviewing pubs?
robamy - 10 Nov 2010 09:28
Robamy Why get personal with me and say I am grumpy? Believe me I am not, I tell the truth the way and many other people see these long haired pot smoking smelly lazy good for nothing parasites on society parading in Brunswick Street West during their so called hard earned break from making a noise in the building next to the pub. No ! In my opinion and I stress MANY other peoples views there is no room for these ring infested individuals in this pub, let alone in the real world. Let them get a real job and then they will earn their credibility
chaschas - 6 Nov 2010 07:25
How much of a grumpy old man are you chaschas? Anyway, great pub with friendly people both young and older, good selection of beers and a great atmosphere. Perfect for the student and old and bitter alike.
robamy - 5 Nov 2010 08:30
This pub is as good as it gets, it is virtually free of lazy students chatting about changing the world and also having such a hard day that they might have had doing virtually nothing (Poor souls.. I don't think). The pub is very clean and the beer is top class and the staff are very friendly indeed. It is a pub that has a 50/50 mix of gays & straights and all get pretty well along together ok. There is a good mix of music in the background of oldies and middle of the road stuff. Fortunately none of the bang bang insignificant rubbish that is played on radio one or local stations is ever played. It has been taken over recently by a very pleasant married couple and the opening hours are the same as most pubs now.
I would not hesitate to bring my wife into this pub, it is full of civility and good character without a doubt... My advice.. Give it a try. Chas
chaschas - 31 Oct 2010 09:28
quite the most bizarre, character-full pub in hove. much better than barney's or the freemason or whatever saturday night horrorshow you care to mention in that area.
one question though, why the weird opening hours? We went in on a sunda y evening at about six, and they were 'closing up'? It was like 1946 or something. oh well, adds a frisson of excitement to your visit.
"Will i get served or won't i?"
kidsmoke - 29 Jun 2010 14:15

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