Bars in Seven Dials

Centered around a roundabout with, you guessed it, a seven road based junction, Brighton's Seven Dials may be found loitering behind the main station, but this suburban retreat harbours a few hidden gems if you scratch deeper below the surface. From bohemian watering holes to creative crannies, there's plenty of places to get your liquid fix. Check out our recommendations for the very best bars in Seven Dials and discover a relatively unknown, but truly up-and-coming part of Brighton's ever expanding nightlife landscape.

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Good Companions

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With so grand a locals atmosphere in Seven Dials, you can't be surprised to find so grand a local boozer. From a booming beer garden made for Vitamin D dwellers and pub chow from the heralded Harry McGann to its traditional interiors laden in vintage collectibles and classic charm, Good Companions is just like that, a good companion after a long ol' day at the graft. 

The Cow

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Not only can you expect to find some of the most robust yorkshire puddings this side of the equator, you're set to find a selection of specially curated interiors that boast American flair at this Seven Dials retreat. From up-cycled furniture and vintage bar wares to craft beers and locally produced ales, The Cow is a premium retreat right at the very heart of this cool suburban hideaway. 

Much like the area it finds itself in, The Chimney House is a serene, calm pub in Brighton's suburban neighbourhood of Seven Dials. The pub is as traditional as they come; the walls are covered in black and white photographs, while the dark mahogany bar is decorated with brightly coloured beer taps, serving the best local ales and crafts beers that Brighton's suppliers can get their hands on.