This corner pub in the Brighton Lanes is a classic spot for mid-retail refreshment or a night on the tiles
6 Duke Street
The Victory Brighton
A traditional inn with tons of tables across multiple rooms and lots of choice across pump and tap
The pretty exterior of The Victory Brighton proudly features the original green Tamplin’s tiling, affectionately revered by Brightonians for it’s link to local brewing and bar history.
Inside it’s a combination of classic and contemporary, as a traditional bedded-in boozer combined with the more modern focus of the Laines Pub Co brand.
The bar stretches the length of the first room with a fireplace at the far end, it can feel a bit narrow here when busy, but fear not as there are more rooms to explore here than you might first think.
To the right of the bar is a larger space with a large dining table for big groups in the window. This leads to further room up a couple of steps which has a long leather bench seat and a comfortably tucked-away, den-like feel to it.
There’s a further room downstairs, a little more prettily decorated, which leads to the backyard which has had a much needed up-lift and been fitted with heated booths. Upstairs the seating continues with 2 more rooms, similarly styled to downstairs.
As with all Laines pubs, the Laine Brew Co keg beers combine with a good rotating selection of local cask ales. A varied menu of good value pub classics, burgers, small plates and loaded fries options ensures that you don’t go hungry.
On sunny days the tables around the perimeter of The Victory Brighton are a very popular place to watch shoppers pass by.
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