Beyond the large bay windows is a jovial, traditional pub, with loads of cask options
46 Market Street
Pump House Brighton
A classic, bustling Lanes pub with cask options a-plenty
The Pump House Brighton is another Lanes site with loads of Brighton history. The building dates back to at least 1766, and the cellars to medieval times, if those walls could talk…
There are two large main wood-clad rooms, each with its own serving bar which continues down the length of the pub to a small snug at the back.
This being a Nicholson’s Pubs venue the bar of course features the creamy Cornish options of Pale Ale and Tribute made at the St Austell brewery, but and there are lots of other cask and lager options besides.
The food menu offers well-executed pub classics, breakfasts and Sunday roasts.
Pump House Brighton has a sense of traditional dignity yet is fun and down-to-earth, and so attracts a diverse busy mix of locals and tourists.