Hidden in the first floor of Brighton's Grand Central Pub, you'll find The Nightingale Room. Steeped in history and shrouded in Golden Age style, this Fullers nook is a space of opulent entertainment.
Playing host to all manner of events, The Nightingale Room is a performance venue where the likes of cabaret, comedy, jazz and theatre all collide. Showcasing some of the best music and arts talent in the UK, this Grand Central gem reignites the glorious era of the 1920s through its interiors and regal Gin bar. The Nightingale Room rediscovers the pzazz of the infamous Gin Palace era with its dedicated bar where you knock back botanical infused spirits and sup on hand crafted cocktails trimmed with freshly plucked garnishes for a G&T with a difference.
As a Fullers favourite you know the food is gastro style grub at its best. Think pub nosh with a brasserie twist where all the trimmings include Mac 'n' Cheese, Beef Burgers and Steak Frites.
A word from the chef:
Classic pub grub with a brasserie style edge. Expect all the usual trimmings like Pies, Fish & Chips, Beef Burger and Steak Frites.
Above the hustle and bustle of the Grand Central pub, the clandestine Nightingale Room boasts a 1920's pizzazz and I was treated to a magical evening that threw me back to the more opulent times of gin and cabaret. The Venue Just outside Brighton...
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