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The Brunswick, Hove - pub details

Address: 3 Holland Rd, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 1JF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23581) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hove (0.8 miles), Brighton (1.1 miles), Aldrington (1.3 miles)

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As far as the pub goes, there's nothing outstanding about the place, bar the large beer garden in the summer, with its large olive tree. The smell coming from the toilets has tended to overpower a bit too much.

Its prime justification for existing must however be the music venue attached, which puts on a wide range of acts, but I'd rarely go in for just a drink.
pocketshepherd - 2 Jan 2010 05:12
Expensive drinks prices, unimaginative basic food menu, characterless unwelcoming interior. Harvey's only. Huge smoking garden.
napoleon_dynamite - 26 Feb 2009 20:36
My wife and i visited the Brunswick and were pleasantly suprised, we had heard that it used to be a football pub so were pleased when we arrived to modern interior plus a warm welcome and relaxed atmosphere. The food was very nice, it was tasty and quick to arrive (everything you want from pub grub) We are looking forward to watching one or two of the bands they are advertising.
garethj - 23 Oct 2008 00:10
This pub is getting better - they're clearly making an effort. The decor used to be a bit stark but it's been improved and has more character giving it a generally more welcoming feel. It's still a contemporary style, so if you're looking for an old school traditional local, it's not for you.

They do a lot of entertainment - mostly pretty high quality. There's a good sized room with a stage featuring a wide variety of musicians - both local and touring bands. There seems to be something on most nights.

I tried the Sunday roast and have to agree with richards_bird - it was peculiarly tasteless and only included one roast potato. There were other things in there that seemed to be just for show, including something orange with so little flavour it simply couldn't be identified. I've eaten other things there occasionally and it's been OK.

Overall, I think it's a decent place - if they sort out the grub it'll be in good shape.
Amundsen - 5 Oct 2008 14:37
Tried Sunday lunch here...possibly the worst meal I've ever had. Very nice wine though.
richards_bird - 2 Sep 2007 13:31

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