Collonade Bar may only be petite, but this pre and post-theatre bar in the Brighton North Laine is a heritage boozer brimming with historical flair.
A traditional Georgian bar found both in the heart of the city, and a heralded part of the Georgian Theatre Royal, Collonade Bar has made no effort to bring itself into the 21st century; and it's all the better for it. Whilst relatively small, this hearty wine bar is doused in rich maroon, velvet drapes, a smattering of sumptuous vintage lampshades, theatre memorabilia, traditional wooden features and cosy; all in the confines of its emerald green exteriors, once again playing host to its luxe, Georgian style.
A bustling theatre bar means that the Collonade is often brimming with pre-entertainment punters and bustling when a show is soon to start. Boasting a cracking selection of Sussex ales and a hearty wine list to boot, Collonade Bar suits the more discerning drinker and those looking for a unique place to drink in Brighton.
- Lounge Bar , Wine Bar
- Something a little different , Chatting and Drinking , Eating and Drinking
- North Laine
- Splash the Cash £££
Collonade Bar, 10, New Road, BN1 1UF