A Grade II listed building that is one of the only bars in Brighton to retain its original name, Hove based watering hole Freemasons Tavern are known for their pocket friendly fare and laid back tipples.
A building that has seen over 100 years of wear and is the Masonic capital of Sussex, Freemasons Tavern is steeped in history. But while the exteriors are gilded in eye catching golds, flecked tiling and intricate details, the interior of Freemasons remains wholly modern. Spread over two floors including their second floor, 100 heavy, Lodge bar, Freemasons Tavern boast plush seating areas, exposed brickwork, charming low hanging lampshades and a plethora of in-your-face photos of known music and movie legends alike.
Less of fun time party bar and more of a laid back lounger, Freemasons Tavern is just the ticket for those after humble drinks and dinner in the city. Sup away on cocktails and local ales to boot while Saturday nights play host to live musicians and a rotation of DJs alike, all before dabbling in their Sunday roast, coming in at an oh so reasonable £9.95.
- Lounge Bar , Restaurant Bar , Wine Bar
- After work drinks , Chatting and Drinking , Eating and Drinking
- Happily Affordable ££
- Dance floor
- Wheelchair Access
Freemasons Tavern, 38-39, Western Road, BN3 1AF
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