The Cricketers

Brighton’s oldest pub has links to Jack the Ripper and Graham Greene, is located not far from the seafront in the heart of the Lanes. The Victorian building has an elegant upstairs bar, The Green Room, named after the author, Greene, who drank here. Rumour has it, the pub is haunted. This delightful venue is definitely worth a visit, with a covered and heated outdoor space, quirky indoor courtyard and legendary Sunday roasts. Owned by The Golden Lion Group, an independent family run business.

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