Fortune Of War

This nautical themed bar is an institution on Brighton’s seafront. It’s the perfect place to watch the sunset with a beer or two. It’s listed in The Guardian’s top 200 pubs and definitely worth a visit. There are igloos outside to keep the cold at bay or benches for those who enjoy the elements. The pub hosts Fortune Sessions every Saturday night showcasing a variety of musical genres with free entry. 

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