at 24 Grafton Street, Brighton, BN2 1AQ United Kingdom
The Crown is a small victorian hole-in-the-wall public house with a long and illustrious history and a fine selection of cask ales, ciders and craft lager.
The Crown is a small, one-room, hole-in-the-wall public house. It is of a type once prevalent in Brighton but now very rare. It has a long and illustrious history and in the past has hosted many notable drinkers including the actors Laurence Olivier and Frank Findlay. Also author Graham Greene who mentions The Crown in his classic novel 'Brighton Rock'. We have a fine range of cask ales and ciders and have recently introduced a new English craft lager to the menu. We host an extremely popular 'Open Mic.' evening on Bi-weekly Thursdays and are looking to increase our musical events in the near future. We play an eccentric collection of music ranging from sixties crooning during the day and into folk, prog and jazz in the evenings. We also have crisps. It's good fun and our beer is superb. See you there.
88 FB users likes The Crown, Brighton, set it to 106 position in Likes Rating for Brighton in Bar category