Many visitors enjoy the winding lanes, unique shops and eclectic mix of restaurants and pubs in Brighton’s famous Lanes and The Walrus is no exception. A stones throw from the beach on trendy Ship Street this 200 year old pub is popular with visitors and Brightonians alike (and even those from ‘Hove darling’). Since making its refurbished debut last year The Walrus became one of the coolest new pubs on the scene last year and the place to be. One things for certain, it definitely should make your bucket list for things to do in Brighton.
They describe the interior as a ‘labyrinth of eclectically-decorated rooms and endless winding passageways’. This means that just like the quaint mysteries of the winding Lanes, The Walrus has plenty to discover at every turn. They boast 4-floors, which includes a hidden two story open top roof garden.
Whatever your taste there’s bound to be a level to suit you. If you want a cosy evening then you can snuggle by the open fire downstairs or wander upstairs to introduce yourself to Gregory the Walrus in their decadent restaurant with high-ceilings and delicious menu. If you fancy a cheeky dance you can head down to their basement music venue The Underbelly where there is often live music or some cheeky cabaret acts to keep you entertained.
Beyond its undeniable coolness and popularity with locals and tourists alike, The Walrus is in the heart of Brighton’s famous Lanes. An ideal place to start your spy mission and begin a very unique journey of discovery through the city. We also like to host our games in venues that allow players to make a full day or night of it. Somewhere you can book a meal, hang out for some bevy’s or stay on behind late for some pub clubbing actions, or plubbing as we like to call it. You love it.
Don’t take our word for it, here’s just a few of the Trip Advisor reviews about The Walrus in Brighton:
We stumbled across this welcoming Tardis of a pub. It looks cosy and warm when you enter and smells of a real old pub… proper like! It is in fact very large indeed and serves excellent real ales and the lunch we had was fantastic, so tasty and fresh. Go here for lunch, you will not be disappointed…I could have stayed all day.
The Walrus just of the seafront and down one of the old charming streets of Brighton is an amazing place. Great beers, food downstairs and upstairs. A proper cosy feeling but actually large enough for our group of 10.
Great for chilling out and escaping the crowds as a little off the beaten track. Food looked good but never tried it but extensive menu is tempting.
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