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Pub of the Week: The Post & Telegraph

Pub of the Week: The Post & Telegraph
Maria Vittoria Borriello

The Post & Telegraph is part of the JD Wetherspoon group consisting of pubs, late night bars and hotels. Built between 1921 and 1923, it was a branch of National Provincial Bank and in 1968 it merged with the Westminster Bank to form the National Westminster Bank. From the 1990s, in response to changes in Government policy over alcohol licensing, many bank branches were sold for conversion into pubs and bars, so it was turned into a bar. In July 2010 it was acquired by the JD Wetherspoon chain and became its second pub in central Brighton.

The building has a Neoclassical architecture with an outside rusticated facade, floral details and tall round-arched windows. There is an elaborated information plaque with golden writings and the door is decorated with zodiac-themed reliefs. The inner part has lot of sophisticated wooden arrangements and many crystal exposures. 

The pub is split into three levels and it shows classical furniture, precious chandeliers and many ancient illustrations. To enter here will be a cultural and historical lesson while relaxing and drinking refined beers in a quiet atmosphere. Even if it appears to be a traditional pub, it provides many up to date services and music entertainments.


Through the day they have numerous food offers such as English breakfast, burgers, pasta, burritos, fish, and also afternoon deals like the hand battered cod. On Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday they offer many food clubs such as Steak Club, Curry club, Fish Friday and Sunday Club. These fantastic meals with a drink start from only £5.99.


There are numerous drinks offers running though the day. You can choose between a wide range of beers and alcohol or soft and hot drinks. They have many drink meals such as 2 pitchers from their cocktail range for just £12, or 2 Jagerbombs for just £5. Why not drop in and see what their current offers are?

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