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The Walrus Pub Brighton

A multi-story restaurant and music venue in Brighton's South Lanes. Serving an eclectic menu of pub classics. Boasting opulent decor, a roof garden with is own bar.

The Walrus Pub Brighton

The Walrus Brighton has reinvigorated one of the city’s old public houses in the historic Lanes and done so with some serious style.

The Walrus Brighton

Not content with just rescuing an old pub, this labyrinthine venue has an upstairs restaurant, two-storey roof garden and even a basement music venue. The Walrus pub is an eclectic food pub that features a variety of different spaces making it a versatile venue for most occasions.

Interior at The Walrus Brighton

A cosy pub with an eclectic feel

The Walrus pub is a spacious venue that manages to be intimate and cosy despite its size thanks to a number of booths and snugs. It has a classic pub feel thanks to the Victorian style décor and open fire, but the bar is stocked with all the modern beers and drinks that we have come to expect.

The Walrus Brighton

It is an ideal venue for a get together with a couple of friends or larger groups, and with pub food served downstairs you can drop in for a pint and a bite to eat when it suits.

An impressive dining room

Take a stroll upstairs and you will find one of the most opulent dining rooms in the city. The Walrus has continued its styling into the restaurant area, adding some serious style and detail.

Inside of the Walrus Pub in Brighton

The Food

The extensive menu has plenty to choose from, ranging from modern British dishes and pub classics through to pizzas and sandwiches. On Sundays its all about the roasts and the size of this venue’s operation makes it good for last-minute weekend wind downs as finding a table is rarely a problem.

The Walrus Brighton

More than meets the eye

If the great pub and luxurious dining room were not enough, The Walrus Brighton hides even more. No other pub can boast a city centre roof garden like The Walrus. This is not just a pub garden, it is a two-storey roof terrace with its own bar. If that were not enough down in the basement you will find a fully licensed music venue where you can party the night away at a variety of different events.

The Walrus Brighton

Events at The Walrus Brighton

Keep an eye out on their website for upcoming events with everything from salsa lessons to soul nights. You can even hire this space for your own events or just an area of the pub for something a little smaller.

Pudding at The Walrus in Brighton


  1. Marie and David Hawes

    We are touring Brighton for the weekend and was very hungry for gluten free food. The Walrus was worth the pit stop. The staff were lovely and friendly and the fish and chips was delicious.
    Thank you

  2. Terry Bransbury

    Had an absolutely excellent roast and experience at the Walrus today. I’d say that the meal was probably the best roast I’ve had out. The quantity was huge and could have been cut down by a third at least as none of us had room for a dessert which we had really wanted. It was a lovely room where our group could chat and hear each other. Great all round. Thank you.

  3. Rhys Trussler

    Enjoyed the vegan supper club in the upstairs restaurant. It’s a nice go-to for a Sunday lunch as being such a spacious venue means it’s pretty easy to get seated. I love the roof conservatory on the top and the sprawling nooks downstairs, a good all-rounder for big and small groups with consistently good food.

  4. Angela Simmonds

    Smart venue. Really good atmosphere and reminds me very much of The Lion and Lobster. Restaurant was quiet when we had a sneak peak but they still quite new.

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