From Secret Discotheque to Fat Poppadaddys and 90's throwback night Wonder Yeahs, The Haunt knows how to throw a good party. Floors are sticky, drinks are cheap and you can always count on a good night here almost any day of the week.
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. 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.
Broody, dark and brimming with all sorts of odd wares, The Bee's Mouth has shabby chic bar chic under wraps. From the misplaced collectables to its craft beer selection and cool crowd, this Hove spot is something of an elusive find in Brighton.
With its roots grounded firmly on Western Road, this laid back boozer is a Brighton staple. Drawing on influences from America's deep south, it's all about tasty burgers, boozy cocktails and quality beers. You can even find quirky brews like raspberry and chocolate porters on certain days.
Live music and DJs set the scene for this casual bar. Located on East Street (obviously), this watering hole has wuite the beer slection, with a huge range of craft beers all waiting to be soaked up with a tasty range of burgers, loaded fries and sweet treats.
Nestled under the arches of Brighton railway station, you'll be able to identify this late night spot by its green door. Open every day of the week, you can snag free entry to a whole host of live music events from hip-hop to rock.