Please write a minimum of 50 charactersThis is a wonderful new pub i found in kemp town, brighton. It's decorated in the style of an old irish american bar, lots of old pictures slung up on the walls, old fashioned barrels outside and on walls, and also a large canoe nailed to the wall, but probably the biggest and nicest surprise on walking into the building is all the sawdust and monkey nut shells strewn all over the floor, spit and sawdust style. At the rear of the building you will also find a quaint outside patio. Despite being small, it has a beautiful mosaic styled painting on the back wall and chandelier providing light and heat, all of which makes it very easy to spend hours out there (talking from experience).
The staff behind the bar are very accommodating and friendly. They model their waistcoats with pride, giving the visage that it's their uniform, when it seems quite clear that they just enjoy wearing them. Regardless they are a huge benefit to the pub and help produce a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Should you find yourself hungry, the chaps behind the bar will prepare you a sandwich to die for, I don't say this lightly but it was probably one the best sandwiches iv'e ever had. Should you take my advice, it was called 'The Noble Pig'.
They can also brag of two live music nights a week. I am yet to attend one of these, but if they live up to my first impression of the pub, you are almost certain to read another review on here regarding the said performance. All in all i would highly recommend this establishment, it is another beautifully hidden gem Brighton has to offer and i shall be returning!