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The Cricketers is a unique and cosy pub with a Victorian feel serving a selection of drinks and pub food. There are three bars available at the weekend including a cocktail bar upstairs.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

11:00 - 23:00

TUE

11:00 - 23:00

WED

11:00 - 23:00

THU

11:00 - 23:00

FRI

11:00 - 01:00

SAT

11:00 - 01:00

SUN

12:00 - 11:00

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The Cricketers reviews



By DAVE B.

A really nice pub with a good atmosphere. Check out the food here as well , Luke , the head chef , knows how to cook!!!!!!


By Katie W.

This is a Top pub which serves a great pint. Can't beat their scampi either. It is well run and all the staff are very efficient. One of the best bars in Brighton.


By Cathy S.

This pub has lots of charm- it does get very crowded which is a little annoying if you want food in a hurry, but then again it means the food/drink is good! There is an excellent range of drinks, with a decent glass of wine available and properly looked after 'real ales', which to my mind is what makes a traditional/classier pub special- not just your average Fosters and so on (although I've enjoyed a lager here on a hot day too). There is an upstairs bar- that's OK but I don't think they need the trendy angle because people go to the Cricketers for a traditional feel - even younger folk like me.


By G.

Claiming to be the oldest pub in Brighton, The Cricketers has got more than age to recommend it.

The Venue
Allegedly Graham Greene's favourite pub, The Cricketers was opened way back in 1547 and claims to be the oldest pub in Brighton, although there are other contenders. Unique and atmospheric, downstairs there's the main bar and a courtyard area which is covered and where there are lots of tables for outside dining or drinking. Continue upstairs and you'll be well served by another bar with two big rooms leading off it.

The walls are covered with photos of news clippings and maps and official letters relating to the pub on the walls. It's low lit and big, with contemporary dark pink lampshades hovering over the bar, all very cosy and tailor-made for long evening spent quaffing and ruminating.

The People
Wherever you live in Brighton it's likely that The Cricketers is one of your favourite watering holes. Let's face it, The Cricketers is a Brighton institution and attracts drinkers spanning the generations from university students to record company execs to sixty year old men.

The Food and Drink
Beers on draught include Strongbow, John Smiths, Stella, Kronenbourg, Guinness and San Miguel. There's food in the day (until 5pm), including Welsh rarebit, fish and chips and lasagne, coming in at around £5.00-£7.00 a dish.

The Last Word
A Brighton institution, The Cricketers has retained all of its historic charm and, after all these years, it's not about to lose it any time soon.

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