Brighton Nightlife

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    Wild Willy Barrett live at the Komedia
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    Oceana main room.
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  • Me in oceana, opening night.
    Me in oceana, opening night.
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  • king and queen: different drinks

    by serenay Written Nov 6, 2014

    the pub is very interesting and authentic.everyday many people visits this place. this place has different drinks.every Tuesday they have salsa night.i think it is the best pub in Brighton.

    Dress Code: evening wear , fancy dress , skirt

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  • King and Queen: Pub visit

    by Claudi1510 Written Sep 3, 2014

    It is a quite big pub close to the city centre. The look remembers to former times, very traditional and cosy. There is a huge bar inside and you have a lot of tables. If you like to play pool/billiard, there are several pool tables. And there is a pretty garden, too.
    But never forget your passport or ID, because you won't come in without...!

    Dress Code: casual, as you like

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    Good Companions

    by Gili_S Written Jun 11, 2014

    Good Companions is pub that situated by the Seven Dials in Brighton. This means that this is not the common tourist place but still it is crowded place especially at the weekend. As a classic English pub they obviously serve good ales as well as classic English pub food, e.g. I had the classic Fish & Chips which is a good choice when one is hungry.
    Obviously Ale choices changes with seasons.

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    The Craft Beer Co.

    by Gili_S Written Jun 11, 2014

    The Craft Beer & Co is one of the fresh and newest pubs in Brighton, It is specialist on craft beer obviously. They server varies of quality local beers as well as import beers from around Europe.
    However, be careful before you order any Belgium beer for example, they do not have the full glassware, and you wouldn't want to have Kwak in a normal glass, do you?

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    Evening Star

    by Gili_S Written Jun 11, 2014

    The Evening Start is probably my favourite pub in Brighton. Not a typical English pub, but Brewery Pub that will guarantee will server quality beer and cheap as well. Owned by the local Dark Star Brewery this pub is rather small and specialist on its own brands of quality ales as well as other local English ales, usually from the Sussex region.

    Choice of few good ales
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    Northern Lights

    by Gili_S Updated Jun 11, 2014

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    This is my local pub, which means, a Nordic one, they serves also Finnish, Swedish and Danish, Icelandic Beer etc. Also some Nordic food, not to mentioned Nordic Girls and Guys ;-)
    So you must try it while here :)))

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  • Wahoo West Beach: Pub on the Beach

    by Pronaldo Written Apr 10, 2013

    There is a Pub on the beach in Brighton. It's called Wahoo West Beach. This Pub is for young people, whose want to have fun with their friends. The Drinks are very cheap and the location is perfect. The Pub also show all good matches of the Premiere League and Champions League.

    Dress Code: There isn't any Dress Code

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  • King & Queen: Football in Brighton

    by Pronaldo Written Apr 10, 2013

    There is an Pub called King & Queen in Brighton. The Pub is very nice, because there is all very cheap and they show all matches of football there. The King & Queen is a good place for young people to watch a match or chilling around with some friends.

    Dress Code: There isn't any Dress Code.

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  • King & Queen: Beer and Football, what else?

    by felbi Written Apr 10, 2013

    The atmosphere in the King & Queen pub is fantastic. It is not a normal pub where you can drink beer only. They offer fresh food, SKY TV, two big screens, some small screens and even more screens. Also there are pool tables upstairs. In the King & Queen you get free WIFI. They show live sports, as for example the Champions League. You will never be alone in there. People from all over the world visit the King & Queen because of its reputation. Everyone in Brighton knows the King & Queen.

    Dress Code: There is no Dress Code in the King & Queen.

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  • The Cube: Nice Pub

    by travelman92 Written Apr 10, 2013

    If you'd like to drink an amazing cocktail or a special shot, go to the cube. It's located at Castle Square in Brighton. The Cube offers a wide range of cocktails and in the evening you get two drink for the price of one, great! If you'd like to try new shot, the barkeepers can recommend you some. The absolute must: The shot with golden sparkles in it.

    Dress Code: Probably you shall not wear trainers.

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  • Ancient Mariner: Nighttime

    by Iris_Huerlimann Updated Feb 25, 2013

    This pub really good. You can drink something in a wonderful area. It's the perfect venue for families or just chilling out. The food is also good.

    Add to this a heated, semi-covered beer garden in the rear and sun-trap decking out front, this pub really has it all. It has a really nice smoking area.

    The barkeepers are really nice.

    Dress Code: You can wear everything! Jeans, Sneaker what you want.

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  • Oxygen: Oxygen

    by sabrina_my_heart Written Feb 25, 2013

    The Nighclubs in Birghton are great. You can go to the Oxygen and have some really crazy shot, like the 2 girls 1 cup and the drinks are also cheap. After the Oxygen you can walk to the Oceana there you have 2 different dance floors, in the first with House and RnB, the second with 70's and 80's.

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  • Pasha: Disco Bar

    by emmatarbox Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Pasha Bar – suitably located in Brighton’s lively West Street is
    a late night bar leading the best of the best in terms of ambiance,
    attitude and atmosphere.

    Plush décor, a great sound system and a versatile programme of events
    that allows Pasha to turn from an informal sports bar viewing premier
    League games by day, to a sophisticated stop for after work drinks before
    becoming a full on late dance bar by evening.

    There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to the music either –
    Guest & Resident DJ’s keep the vibe upbeat, real and in touch with their
    customers to make sure every one has a great time.

    They also feature premier league football matches on the vide screens during the day time - so anyone needing a place to watch the game with a few cold beers will be in their element!

    Dress Code: Smart casual / Dress to Impress

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    The beach nightclub.: 80's nights in the arches.

    by shizzler Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The beach club is on the seafront off kings road, just down towards the old pier from the honeyclub. I've only ever been on a wednesday night, where it's called born in the 80's. Anyone born in the 80's gets in for free and it's only a couple of quid for anyone else. With tons of drinks at about £1.50 all night it's a ghreat cheap night out. Don't let it fool you though, it may be a wednesday but you can get a good packed club full of disco dancing 80's nutters. It's got one large room, with chill out bits round the sides with good seating. Apparently on weekends it does get a bit more standard up to date music played and occasional promoters putting on hip hop nights or live p.a.'s. Good friendly crowd, not too up themselves like in some of the other more snazzy clubs.

    Dress Code: Smart casual, jeans ok but no sports or trainers or caps.

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  • Barfly: The Gloucester

    by Mariajoy Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    A spacious underground venue at The Gloucester is the very popular Barfly gig venue. Ticket prices vary according to the who's playing and students get a £1 discount. Drinks here were cheaper than other places too.

    We saw the amazingly talented David Ford and had a spot right at the front of the stage (as usual) and enjoyed every minute - especially when they turned off the air-con!

    Check the website for current gig listings.

    Dress Code: Anything

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