Beer Gardens In Brighton

Don't get us wrong, we love the beach, but sometimes you can't beat an afternoon in a lush outdoor spot - especially with an ice-cold drink in hand. You only need to look a little closer to uncover the swathes of green havens that are dotted across this seaside town. From sun-soaked courtyards to rooftop terraces, check out our picks of the best beer gardens in Brighton.

Last edited by Lauren Cole

Last updated on 6th June 2024

The Actors

Fronting a gorgeous little covered and heated garden to the front of the pub, The Actors is the perfect place to settle down for a pint outdoors. Otherwise, there's cosy fireplaces, a choice of DJ or quiz nights, and theatre performances inside.

Try Our Easy-To-Use Table Search Engine

In the mood for earning rewards points to spend on the coolest events and experiences across venues in the UK? Then book your tables through DesignMyNight, using our brand new search engine where you can uncover thousands of venues. Need we say more?

St George's Inn

Looking for a space to relax in the sun with a cool pint in the warmer months? Head to Kemptown's St George's Inn. This traditional boozer touts a fabulous south-facing beer garden, perfect for sipping on drinks and enjoying some pub grub classics.

Blind Busker Hove

Setting the mark high for beer gardens in Hove, The Blind Busker is a charming boozer with an all-day menu and fully stocked bar. Swing by the outdoor terrace to watch live sport, sip on summer spritzes and keep toasty by the heaters as dusk falls.

The Kemp

Seeking bars with beer gardens in Brighton? The Thomas Kemp has got you covered for craft beers and classic pub grub in an alfresco setting. Just a hop, skip and jump from the sea, this place is perfect for a light lunchtime bite or a more hefty meal.

The Royal Sovereign

It may be small in size, but The Royal Sovereign's secret beer garden is a banger. Situated in the city centre, the watering hole is also fantastic for those in need of a quick tipple, or anyone who fancies catching all the sporting action on their outdoor screens.


Boasting alternative murals and the occasional foodie pop-up during summer, Hobgoblin is bringing something a little different to the table. The pub embraces all things quirky and eclectic, so expect to see a fun and inclusive crowd, alongside DJ sets and a mouthwatering menu.

The Connaught

With its south-facing seating and a laid-back atmosphere, it's not hard to see why The Connaught is in the running for the best beer gardens in Hove. The traditional pub has a lovely alfresco space, excellent real ales and comforting food - what more could you want?