The Walrus

A stone’s throw from the beach, on historic Ship Street you’ll find The Walrus with its quirky rooms and winding passageways. There is also a delightful two-story rooftop garden where you can enjoy drinks and delicious high end pub grub.The venue also serves one of the best roasts in Brighton. For late night fun head down to the Walrus Club for regular live music, five-piece bands and cabaret. 

Steven Graham
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