A community loved pub, combining bedded-in comfort with a leafy courtyard garden
The Crescent Brighton
A calm and comfortable pub that’s off the beaten track
The Crescent Brighton is located in the quiet residential side streets off Seven Dials and offers some good seating options. Theres the leafy courtyard back garden, a large open-plan main bar/restaurant, or you can perch out front in the dying rays of the afternoon sun.
The main bar area is standard and unfussy, a wide wooden space with a snug seating area to the left and and a large raised section to the right, furnished with bench seating and different sized tables, that serve as a restaurant seating area.
The courtyard garden at the rear has seen a fantastic upgrade over lockdown, and what was previously a bit of a secret garden is now is an excellent outside hangout area, very popular with the local community and often buzzing with people.
Long Man Brewery ales are almost always available here, and the beers always taste fantastic suggesting good cellar management. Besides that, options on cask or tap are limited to very mainstream lagers, ciders and Guinness.
The menu at The Crescent Brighton offers modern pub fare, burgers are 2-4-1 on Wednesday evenings and they serve Sunday roasts that people swear by.