A laid back lounge bar in the up and coming Brighton area that is Seven Dials, The Cow boasts a fun amalgamation of vintage wares, craft beer and hearty grub.
A washed blue plank exterior is just the start of your rough and ready adventure at The Cow, where decor and interiors appear cleverly junk yard sourced and charmingly placed. From vintage beer bottles and plaques to wooden crates and rusted iron stools, The Cow is an upcycled wonderland. A single room venue boasting a central bar, lounge areas, dining tables and street side spaces prepped for a little Vitamin D come August, The Cow is cool bar in Brighton has a laid back vibes made for fun filled after work drinks and catch ups with friends.
People of Brighton come far and wide for the liquid tipples that The Cow has in store thanks to its hearty selection of over 30 craft beers, locally brewed ales and classics cocktails. Thanks to this, it's your chance to try something new at The Cow nearly every month as no two taps appear to ever stay the same. Don't miss out on the grub now either; From Sunday roasts where no table seems vacant of tasty roasted spoils to meat boards and the famous Cow burger at £8.95, The Cow is a great place to grab a drink, settle down with friends and eat tremendously.
|Pint of Lager||£4.30|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£5.00|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£4.40|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.30|
|Bottle of House Wine||£15.75|
|Bottle of Champagne||£47.50|
A word from the chef:
Locally sourced British dishes with an American flair is the name of the foodie game at The Cow where burgers come in at £8.95 and rib-eye steaks start at £16.95.
A humble, rustic renegade in Seven Dials suburbia, The Cow has bustling nights, beer and a battering of Sunday roasts on its side. The Venue I'm such a sucker for the vintage, the rustic and the ever so slightly industrial (all of which happen to...
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