Pub Name
  • Bar
  • City Centre Pub
  • City Inn (Chain)
  • City Inn (Free House)
  • City Pub (Chain)
  • City Pub (Free House)
  • Community Pub
  • Country Inn
  • Country Inn (Chain)
  • Country Inn (Free House)
  • Country Pub
  • Country Pub (Chain)
  • Country Pub (Free House)
  • Fun House Pub
  • Gastro Pub
  • Pub
  • Riverside Pub
  • Seaside Pub
  • Sports Bar/Pub
  • Town Centre Pub
  • Town Inn (Chain)
  • Town Inn (Free House)
  • Town Pub (Chain)
  • Town Pub (Free House)
  • Village Inn
  • Village Pub
  • x-Featured
Where
Landlords: List Your Pub Now & Save 50% with Coupon Code: 2450 - Click here

Results For Town Centre Pub Listings

See Filters

More Filter

Sorry! No more filter found for current selections

The Pennycomequick

We have an extensive ever-popular menu that caters for everyone, including vegetarian options, all readily available when the kitchen is open. The menu selection is extensive - from Breakfasts to rump steaks. A very popular Sunday Roast is served from 12 noon to 3pm every Sunday. Pool is very popular at the Wodehouse with the pub boasting 3 pool teams and always on the lookout for new recruits. There is a Jukebox so you are able to choose your own selection of music with 5 plays, costing just �1.00. Tables are placed outside and have proved to be very popular during the summer months ...

cat-icon The Moor, 16 Killigrew Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 3PN, UK

Claytons and the Glasshouse

Claytons and the Glasshouse in Barnstaple is the place that is perfect to take you away from it all. Claytons is a contemporary wine bar with it's Glass House Restaurant which has recently been taken over by Steve and Sian who would like to welcome all customers old and new. Imagine the beam structure of a barn with glass between the beams, with contemporary seating & lighting & a view to the kitchen.The food is locally sourced as much as possible & is exquisitly prepared & presented, guaranteed to make your mouth water. They have cosey cushioned booths in ...

cat-icon 2 Cross Street, Barnstaple, Devon, EX31 1BA, UK

The Juggler

Located just into Hove, the Juggler attracts a mixed crowd from regulars to pre-club revellers, drawn in by the warm atmosphere, long happy hours and top class DJs. They offer free wi-fi, sporting events on TV and various weekly events such as the open mic and live gigs. The pavement tables are a popular option during the summer, while they're open until the early hours every night of the week all year round. We also show all the Premiere Football on Sky!

cat-icon 21 Western RoadHove, Brighton, East Sussex

Fountain Head

Just down from Bill's Produce Store, The Fountainhead is a warm and inviting watering hole that combines classic pub features - exposed brickwork, wooden floors and a log fire - with a contemporary sense of light and space. It caters for all comers, from regulars to locals, and students to young professionals - and several decades beyond. As well as a superb food menu, they offer a strong drink selection (two real ales and Westons on tap, as well as a good range of spirits and shooters). The heated outside tables, under an awning to the side of the pub, ...

cat-icon 102 North Road, Brighton, East Sussex

The Ancient Mariner

Named for its location on Coleridge Street in Poet's Corner, the Ancient Mariner is a large, stylish and family-friendly pub with a loyal following of regulars. Sarah and Simon head up a few recent arrivals among the staff, but despite the new faces, the atmosphere and feel remain true to that for which the pub has long been known and loved. One noteworthy change, however, is in the kitchen, now in the hands of Bob The Sausage, the man responsible for the famous banger-and-mash menus at the Shakies and the St George - although as well as a mammoth selection ...

cat-icon 59 Rutland RdHove, Brighton, East Sussex

The Exchange

Huge, footie-mad local with friendly atmosphere and plenty of regulars. The Exchange is the place to head for the big games or events like St George's Day, when they really go to town; but it's equally good for a mellow, midweek pint and game of pool. With atmospheric traditional decor, expect pavement tables, a heated rear garden, and a games room with pool table and darts board. They offer wi-fi, air con in the summer and a log fire for the winter months.The're a strong memnu of homemade English food, including a popular Sunday roast. They serve Harveys on ...

cat-icon 8 GoldstoneStreet, Brighton, East Sussex

Xuma

In various places and at various times, Xuma - with an X or a Z - has been the name of a classic Neil Young album, an Aztec god and a Californian beach. Since summer 2006, it has also been the name of the Seven Dials' most characterful bar. Combining gallery and drinking haunt, it's a warm and atmospheric environment, with red velvet seating surrounded on all sides by paintings and photography, much of it locally produced; there is also a second, more intimate seating area downstairs. They offer a snack menu (soup, paninis etc) and various cocktails and host regular ...

cat-icon 108A Dyke Road, Brighton, East Susex

Worlds End

Winner of a Best Bar None award in 2006, The World's End is a large pub that combines traditional décor (bare wood and brick, stone flooring, stained glass panelling, bookshelves) with contemporary touches such as the IT box, new artwork and even a chill-out area, enclosed within a beaded curtain. The big screen is as likely to show a classic movie as the footie, and, as well as pool, they offer games such as chess and carrom. Real ales, ciders and world beers head up an impressive drink selection, while the food is all locally sourced and made on the ...

cat-icon 60-61 London Road, Brighton, East Sussex

The Water Margin

Formerly known as Kabuki, The Water Margin is two venues in one. The ground floor bar decked out in the finest contemporary style offers a huge range of cocktails, wines, bottled beers and draught lagers. Equipped with WI-FI and open from 4pm everyday makes this a perfect after work and late night hangout. Downstairs, meanwhile, inspired by traditional Japanese theatre with suitably impressive décor including a futuristic LED light wall, has proven itself to be a favorite amongst the clubbing faction of Brighton and London. A selection of the East Sussex's finest DJs put the newly installed sound system ...

cat-icon 9-12 Middle Street, Brighton, East Sussex

Thomas Kemp

Having undergone a serious going-over since its days as Polar East, The Thomas Kemp now boasts a rather different character, with old maps on the wall and even a full suit of armour in the corner. There's a sun-trap beer garden to the rear, while windows at front and back are thrown wide open duirng summer; in winter, you're best off staying inside and making yourself acquainted with the cake. Not just in the winter, for that matter. Cake is good all year round. For that small minority whose gastronomic interests extend beyond cake, they also serve food daily until 9...

cat-icon 8 St Georges Road, Brighton, East Sussex

St George’s

A cosy, relaxed, pub tucked away behind Kemp Town village, the St George's Inn has now been taken over by Steve - formerly of the legendary Shakespeare's Head - ably assisted by Chewie, Beth and Tomme. Stuffed full of memorabilia, and also boasting the coveted green sofa, everyone's welcome in this "cast iron killer local" (The Brighton Source). A selection of well-kept ale is served on rotation, alongside the ever-popular Harveys. Smokers are kept warm in the 70-seater beer garden at the rear. Chef Tom Hannigan kicks off a new menu of warming hot pots, tagines and stews, with freshly ...

cat-icon 33 Sudeley StreetKemp Town, Brighton, East Sussex

Riki Tik

With residencies from some of the city's finest decksmiths, and boasting two bars as well as stylish leather booths, mirrors, projections and gallery space, Riki Tik is regarded as one of the best late-night venues in Brighton. Yet it has a strong daytime following too, now opening at 10am for fair-trade organic coffee and herbal teas as well as alcohol (happy hour 4 ‘til 8), with the popular Toasty menu being served all day. They serve an extensive drink selection that includes a new contemporary cocktail and shooter menu, while the introduction of a big screen projector has enabled various sporting and ...

cat-icon 18a Bond Street, Brighton, East Sussex

The Norfolk

With well-stocked bookshelves, signs and trinkets from bygone eras and a classic noble name (complete with Latin motto), the Duke of Norfolk is bursting with old-school charm. The place has much of the feel and atmosphere of a traditional pub –except, seeing as it's actually the 21st century 'n' all, they also have more modern perks like wi-fi access too. Look out for DJs at weekends and a weekly open mic night. Children are welcome every day until 8pm.

cat-icon 113-114Western Road, Brighton, East Sussex

The Leconfield

A good ole locals pub with a large number of regulars, the Lord Leconfield Arms is the sort of traditional no-nonsense watering hole that's becoming increasingly rare in the face of the pre-club bar invasion. The focus is more on maintaining a friendly, genuinely welcoming atmosphere than on specific events, but they do screen sports matches, offer pool and darts and host various one-off live music events. They also offer an excellent beer garden.

cat-icon 116/117Edward Street, Brighton, East Sussex

Copyright 2024 - Big Pub Guide Ltd. All rights reserved.