There are lots of places that show sport, but the New Unity is purpose built for spectating.
52-53 London Road
The New Unity Brighton
Filling Brighton’s dedicated sports bar void
The New Unity Brighton is a smart looking, urban-industrial meets pub style place, with a combination of polished wood, graffitied walls and stools topped with big cushioned leather seats for comfortable spectating.
Getting a good view here is not a problem. The main bar has four large screens: three behind the bar and another on the back wall. You can also claim one of seven tables around the perimeter of the pub, each with its own mini-screen which can be tuned seperately to the main event, and thus keep an eye on 2 key matches at once.
There’s a darts board if you feel like partaking in a sport yourself, and food focused on a variety of hotdogs and other bar snacks.
Upstairs is a comfortably stylish room furnished with tables, leather chairs, a huge projection screen and a separate bar.
This pub is run by Laine Brew Co. and mainly stocked with Laine’s keg options – but only one cask pump – plus a well-stocked beer fridge and your typical handful of commercial lagers and Guinness.