Pub of the Week: King and Queen
- Maria Vittoria Borriello
- On August 16, 2016
Originally an 18th century farmhouse, the King and Queen is now one of the most distinctive pubs in Brighton whose name commemorates George III and his wife Charlotte. Located in Marlborough Place, the pub is a few minutes walk from both the North Lane and the center of the town. The principal bar was built in the Georgian style of a noblemans hall and it will strike you with its awesome and historical appearance.
With its cosy two floors and its paved courtyard, the pub is one of the most unique and popular venues in not only Brighton, but the whole of Sussex. Both outside and inside show an impressive array of medieval authentic details such as the many decorative windows, heraldic emblems and carved medieval figures found all around the pub.
This truly traditional pub provides an excellent service with up to date entertainments such as table football, pool, slot machines as well as plenty of televisions to join together to watch live sport. The pub also shows a wide range of programmed social events with frequent drink-deals which start from £2. In the building there are function rooms to hire available for any occasion and the friendly staff can easily tailor to your needs, budget, and individual requirements.
The lovely patio presents a wonderful outdoor seating area with a relaxed atmosphere where you can get some quiet from the crowds and spend your night under stars. Occasionally you can enjoy the pub garden in the company of upcoming live bands or open-mic karaoke.
The pub has played host to a number of events over the years including: Business Charity Fund raisers, conferences, Ladies nights, birthdays, weddings and sports team parties. The helpful staff offers a great and expanded range of beers and a huge choice of alcoholic drinks. It offers a delicious variety of food, from a whole host of cultures as well as catering for the needs of vegans and other dietary requirements.
Here you will get your money’s worth!