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  1. 1Shelley Arms

    Richard and Tania Kent and their team extend a warm welcome to all visitors to The Shelley Arms Pub at Broadbridge Heath. The "Shelley", as it is known by the locals, is named after Percy Bysshe Shelley the famous poet who was born at nearby Field Place. A large friendly country pub located just outside Horsham. We pride ourselves on our traditional homemade food sourced from local suppliers and our selection of local award-winning ales. Our snack menu is also extensive and offers everything from our infamous home-made gourmet burgers and baguettes to jackets to salads. There is a large secure garden with decking area, children's play-area and BBQ whilst in the winter the pub boasts a warming log fire. A private room allows us to accommodate meeting, private meals and functions. Large grounds enable us to accommodate the large events such as bike rallies, music festivals and corporate events. Whether you are attending a wedding reception, a Sunday Roast with friends, a tasty sit down meal, bar snack or just a drink or two, our friendly staff will do all they can to ensure that your visit is a pleasurable one.

    Added/Updated: 21-02-2015

    Category: Horsham

  2. 2The Joker

    Pub, gig venue, private hire space, and award-winning wings! Located at 2 Preston Road, Brighton. With a permanent truck in Shoreditch, The Orange Bufffalo have now opened their 1st kitchen at The Joker Brighton! Expect NY style buffalo wings, salt beef and more.

    Added/Updated: 12-02-2015

    Category: Brighton Pubs

  3. 3Adur Brewery

    Adur Brewery was formed in 2007, restarting a long tradition of brewing in Steyning. By 2008 it was established in its own premises and thereafter built up a good reputation for the quality of its beers. The brewery is now part of the Adur Valley Co-op and over the next five years we aim to expand our production considerably and make our beer the first choice for the informed consumer in the area. We continue to brew from the range of beers that helped to establish the brewery as a local brand. Update

    Added/Updated: 09-02-2015

    Category: Breweries

  4. 4The Reservoir

    The Reservoir is a pub with surprises. At first glance it's a nice, friendly local, the sort of place where you're likely to bump into some characters. Then you notice there's a kitchen on a kind of stage at the back with Thai food busily sizzling away. It does takeaways, too, and while you're waiting for your pad Thai you can indulge yourself in an aperitif. Perfect. You expect Reservoirs to be wet, and this one's no exception, with cask beer the speciality. Every ale we serve is from a local Sussex brewer, and the choice changes with the seasons. And as well as Sussex ales the bar features Zatec Czech beer, flavoured vodkas and a shots menu. Then there's the downstairs bar, opening out into a surprisingly spacious sheltered beer garden, a precious spot for those balmy summer's evenings.

    Added/Updated: 31-01-2015

    Category: Brighton Pubs

  5. 5The Lickfold Inn, West Sussex, restaurant review

    The Lickfold Inn has only been up and running since early December, and there are still minor issues with varying temperatures and timings. And the rustic stoneware crockery is a little too rustic, if you ask me. But this still promises to be a class act: classic yet contemporary British cuisine. Sunday lunches are already overbooked and the Michelin inspectors have paid a call.

    Added/Updated: 25-01-2015

    Category: Pub Reviews

  6. 6Rose and Crown

    The Rose and Crown is a traditional 12th century Sussex pub located in the middle of the beautiful village of Fletching, East Sussex. The Rose and Crown can trace its history back to circa 1150, when a Monarch was fighting to keep the kingdom intact in the face of a rebellion in the north of the county. Today, relaxed, simple food is on offer to complement the range of drinks. Sharing platters, burgers and delicious bar snacks are the order of the day. We source good local ingredients wherever possible and we're passionate about the drinks we serve. We've selected wines that offer a choice of grapes at prices and alcoholic strengths that will hopefully encourage you to explore and discover many new drinking experiences.

    Added/Updated: 21-01-2015

    Category: East Sussex Pubs

  7. 7Bluebell Vineyard

    Our distinctive wines are marked by their freshness, elegance and finesse whilst allowing crisp, clean fruit flavours to shine through - establishing a truly unique and confident English style. Located on the edge of the South Downs National Park and the Ashdown Forest, its favoured climate and terroir ensures that Bluebell is able to rival the achievements of well-established winemakers from around the world. These natural advantages combine with the skills and professionalism of our dedicated workforce to produce some of England's finest sparkling wines. Bluebell wines can be bought through a wide range of independent merchants, mainly in London and the south east of England. Naturally, our multiple-award-winning wines go hand-in-hand with the fine dining experience and can be enjoyed by the glass or bottle in some of the best gastropubs and Michelin starred restaurants in the land. Finally, we should say, Bluebell is very much a working vineyard, however we do welcome visitors from the trade and the general public by appointment, just call us on 01825 791561.

    Added/Updated: 14-01-2015

    Category: Vineyards

  8. 8The Kiln Brewery

    We're an independent nano-brewery dedicated to creating the types of beers we like to drink: unfiltered, unpasteurised and most importantly full of great flavour. The Kiln Brewery was set-up by two friends Andy and Craig who have a passion for great beer and decided to take that passion and create full flavoured hoppy beers of their own. The brewery was started in early 2014 and is now producing two fantastic beers with more on the way.

    Added/Updated: 05-01-2015

    Category: Breweries

  9. 9Basketmakers Arms

    An absolute gem of a pub situated in North Laine, the trendy BoHo district of Brighton, The Basketmakers has become renowned far and wide for it's fine real ales and excellent organic food. Regularly featured in nationwide 'Top 20' lists, this is a pub that just can't be missed. Our delightful menu offers something of a twist on traditional pub food, centred on tasty vegetarian and organic goodness. It's all home made, locally sourced where possible, and put together with love and care by expert chefs. Portions are best described as hearty - you certainly won't leave hungry! If you're just here for a refreshing pint, prepare to be spoiled for choice. With no less than eight hand-pulls, we're the best pub in Brighton for fans of real ale.

    Added/Updated: 24-12-2014

    Category: Brighton Pubs

  10. 10Bartelby's Brewery

    Bartleby's Brewery is a microbrewery based in Hollingdean, Brighton. We make small batches of craft beer, which is suitable for vegans and delivered by bike. We make a range of ales, from hoppy summer pales to warming winter stouts. Bartleby's was started in Brighton 2 years ago, with the aim of making the beers we wanted to drink. It was started and is run by 2 friends, both called Matt - the beer Matts. We like beer. We also like bikes. And the planet. So, we deliver all our beer with our wonderful Velo Electrique tricycle.

    Added/Updated: 18-12-2014

    Category: Breweries

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