Hailed as one of the oldest pubs in Brighton, The Victory is traditional boozer that has managed to retain its period features, yet still encourage a truly eclectic crowd.
Tradition is something that The Victory holds in abundance. Built nearly a century ago and named after paramount ship fleet, HMS Victory, The Victory retains this air of seaside boozer with a selection of nods to vessels of days gone by; be it vintage framed pictures or ship memorabilia. Set over two floors with a smoking area and street side tables, The Victory might be dated in its decor, but that only adds to the charm of this vintage boozer.
A slap-up pre-drinking destination or Sunday hot-spot, The Victory is one of Brighton's all rounders. Whether you fancy the bustle, and we mean bustle of a Saturday night at The Victory, or a pint of cider on their sunshine laden tables outside, The Victory is charming in its aim to keep traditional boozin' alive and punters coming back for more; and a varied range of punters at that. Try one of their Sunday roasts at a snip for just £9.50.
£5 - £50
- Pub , Lounge Bar , Restaurant Bar
- Chatting and Drinking , Chilling with mates , Eating and Drinking
- The Lanes, All Brighton
- Happily Affordable ££
- Taking Bookings
- Wheelchair Access
The Victory, 6, Duke Street, BN1 1AH