With its charming little boozer garden, kitsch fare and smashing Sunday roasts, The White Rabbit is a laid back and intimate little pub in Brighton found in the home of the seaside's eccentric, the North Laine.
Whilst it may be small, what The White Rabbit lacks in size it makes up for in kitsch props; From a log laden red telephone box and art in the style of Ralph Steadman to vintage furnitures and collectibles. Prop yourself up in their cosy, but quirky little beer garden and sup some Summer sunshine surrounded by a bounty of bunting, Alice in Wonderland themed murals and giant tea cup planters.
From themed parties and events to acoustic nights, this little Brighton boozer boasts a plethora of nights out to keep you entertained, be you propped by the bar for a local real ale or schmoozing in their beer garden, fish finger sarnie in hand. Try The White Rabbit's 'Rabbit Food' menu or for size, from beer battered locally caught fish to steal pie's with all the trimmings, Sunday roasts in Brighton are a thoroughly cosy affair in this seaside boozer.
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£3.90|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£3.90|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.65|
|Bottle of House Wine||£16.45|
A word from the chef:
They themselves may call it 'Rabbit Food', but the pub themed thoroughfare at The White Rabbit is a tasty concoction of British classics and veggie dishes the like. Try their homemade fish finger sandwich at £6.50 or their beer battered local fish of the day for £8.50.
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