A bar-cum-pub in the heart of Brighton's quirky North Laine, 112 Church Street is an intimate little watering hole for Brighton's gay community and local punters alike.
Just shy of the Brighton Pavilion and an inherently social town retreat, 112 Church Street remains humble and classic. From its subtle white and cream theme boasting flecks of gilded gold and flecked wallpaper, to its intimate little beer garden out back, 112 Church Street is a petite little destination in the heart of the city with dining tables, a plot of seats out front and a fully stocked bar to boot.
Something of a North Laine all-rounder, 112 Church Street boasts the amenities for all sorts of punters whether it's live music and themed parties or fancy dress. While inherently a gay bar in Brighton, 112 Church Street sports a plush Sunday roast dinner, a plethora of sports screens showing the latest in big matches and a beer garden where the bustle of beer supping guests can always be heard when the sun comes out to shine.
A word from the chef:
112 Church Street's menu might be small, but so are their prices. Nab one of their Church Street burger's for £7.95 or try their sausage and mash for £7.75.
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