The Basketmakers Arms Brighton
The Basketmakers Arms Brighton is a very popular Brighton pub in the heart of Brighton’s North Laine. It’s a traditional pub with low ceilings and cosy corners and is generally quite busy. It’s a popular meeting place for locals and city visitors, combining all the best bits of a traditional pub with Brighton’s bohemian spirit.
At the Basketmakers Arms Brighton, you’ll find a menu of modern pub fare emphasising freshly landed seafood. Behind the bar, there’s a good selection of well-kept Fullers cask ales and beer. There’s a modest but quality wine selection and an extensive range of single malts.
Welcome to one of Brighton’s Most Popular Pubs
The word ‘institution’ is bandied around a fair bit, but it’s true to say that this is so of The Basketmakers Arms Brighton, a Brighton pub often of national acclaim. They consistently rank in the Brighton Restaurant Awards (BRAVOs) for Best Local, claiming the top spot or top 3 on a number of occasions.
On sunny days the crowd overspills into the quiet residential street, mingling with neighbouring pubs. There’s a fun social atmosphere as the crowds track the sun, cold beers in hand, converging in the last rays. Friendships are made and we wonder how many fledgling romances were kindled in those chance meetings!
Pub Grub at The Basketmakers
Food at the Basketmakers Arms Brighton is freshly prepared in-house offering good quality modern and traditional pub grub. You’ll find classics such as pie and mash, fish and chips and Sussex wagyu beef burgers. It’s well worth checking out the specials board for freshly landed seafood options.
There’s also a small plates menu which is ideal if you just want something to graze on over drinks.
On Sunday this classic Brighton pub serves up a classic roast. The Basketmakers Arms Brighton one of the pubs where you’ll be able to get the full Brighton ‘Sunday session’ experience. Friends and families come together over a substantial, quality roast, some drinks and still be home in time for a school night.