The Great Eastern

Situated at the bottom of Trafalgar Street you will find The Great Eastern pub, this hidden gem is deceptively larger than it looks. Step inside and you’ll find a traditional British boozer with quirky weekly entertainment, larger than life staff and an amazing array of beers, wines and spirits. Rumour has it that this is the place the Irish come to drink Guinness as it’s meant to be the best pour in Brighton.

Steven Graham
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