This relaxed, family pub sits atop the hill in easy reach of Brighton Station and Seven Dials
67 Buckingham Place
The West Hill Tavern, Brighton
A relaxed location to dine and pass the time
The outside of The West Hill Tavern Brighton is eye catching in B&HA blue-and-white kind of way. We’re not sure if that’s intentional, but we expect it’s a hit with local fans on footie days.
Inside the lighting is dimmed but the feeling is spacious and stylish, with a range of wooden tables, bar stools, cushioned bench seating and leather chairs spread out around a big curved central bar.
Given that the pub is independent the beer range is pretty standard, and limiting for craft fans. There are three decent cask options but no local craft keg on our visit, and only big-brand lagers, ciders, pale ales and lagers are noticed on the taps.
The West Hill Tavern Brighton offers a pizza menu which covers most bases, and Sunday roasts here come very well recommended.