Dive Bars in Brighton
Dive bars were once known as seedy sorts; dens of iniquity, a lil' bit burly and rather scary to those not of strong will. But c'mon you guys, that's a thing of the past. A wholly Brooklyn and New York style boasting unique wares and a unique enviroment to boot, these basement style retreats are down with the kids and way up there with the cool. From music and boisterous burgers to vintage furniture, check out our recommendations for some of the best dive bars in Brighton.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Broody, dark and brimming with all sorts of odd wares, The Bee's Mouth has shabby dive bar chic under wraps. From its peculiar wares and misplaced collectibles to its cool crowd, The Bee's Mouth is something of an elusive find in Brighton, making it just the ticket for any dive bar aficionados looking to divulge in live music, a cracking collection of craft beer and a cool atmosphere the like.
They're not just known for being a dive bar, they like to call themselves one too. Based on the sweet Brooklyn drinking retreats where the young and the cool reign supreme, Neighbourhood is a local treat brimming with style. From a boozy basement of vintage wares and out-dated furniture to walls smothered in magazine trimmings and hot to trot burgers to boot, Neighbourhood have dive bar in the bag.