Brighton is packed with trendy pubs and bars, a clear benefit of booking astag do in Brighton. It's one of the best things about the city, but it can make planning a bar crawl pretty tricky. So, we have done the hard work for you and planned a bar crawl that will take you to some of the best bars that Brighton has to offer, with walking time kept to a minimum.
The route begins at Brighton train station, so you can start your crawl as soon as you arrive. It then ends on Brighton beach, where you can finish your night at some of Brighton's best beachside clubs. Looking for some insider knowledge take a look at our guidedbar crawlsand discover hidden gems.
1. The Green Door Store
Start your bar crawl at The Green Door Store, situated in a warehouse under the arches of Brighton train station, you can start the crawl as soon as you get off the train. The bar has an edgy, industrial vibe and hosts a wide selection of club nights, gigs and music performances. With up to 14 events a week, there’s always something on behind the green door.
2. No 32
A 10-minute walk down Queens street will take you to the next stop, No 32, a lively bar and club venue situated in the infamous Brighton Lanes. This quirky bar is the perfect dancing destination. With a reputation as a party venue, No. 32 is a great place to enjoy live music or a DJ club night. The stylish bar also boasts an impressive happy hour (excluding Saturdays) making it a popular spot in the early evenings.
3. Molly Malones
The third bar is Molly Malones, located just 2 minutes’ walk away. This traditional Irish pub offers a real Irish atmosphere without leaving the British borders. The bar hosts great live music each night and shows all of the top sports on a big screen. Here, you can enjoy a perfectly poured pint of Guinness or a delicious Irish whiskey.
4. Lucky voice
Scream, shout and let it all out at Lucky Voice, an infamousBrighton karaoke barlocated just 5 minutes away. The bar has private karaoke rooms, so you won't have to embarrass yourself in from of the whole bar. Instead, you and your mates can just entertain each other. With a vast selection of inventive cocktails on offer, this bar is the perfect place to let your hair down and belt out some all-time favourites.
5. Fortune of War
A short beach front walk will take you to the next stop, Fortune of War, one of the oldest pubs in Brighton. Located on the seafront, this traditional pub brings the beach indoors with its nautical interior and boat-shaped bar. The best part about this bar is the outdoor, beach seating - the best way to enjoy a drink in Brighton!
6. The Tempest Inn
A 10-second walk will get you to the final stop of the bar crawl, The Tempest Inn. This beach bar is open late every day of the week, so you can party here until the early hours. Inside, you will find a warren of caves in the basement to explore and an Ariel Bar upstairs, offering stunning views of Brighton beach.
Astag party in Brightonwill be great fun, but it does happen...people can't handle the pace, and if the crawl does defeat you, maybe sober up with some famous fish and chips fromBuddies, the 24/7 seafront cafe. Looking for booze free activities to take a break from drinking, take a look at ourstag doideas, you'll be able to create the perfect itinerary to really make the most of your weekend.