Sit among the fruit trees in their newly refurbished beautiful walled garden, perhaps after enjoying an invigorating walk up Firle Beacon. There’s an outside bar too, and it’s just a short walk to the local cricket ground.
Located at the foot of Devil’s Dyke, this pub with sprawling beer garden and its tinkling stream is the perfect stop on a warm day, especially with garden bar and musical entertainment during the summer.
It’s all about location at this institution of a Brighton beach front bar, which boasts a real carnival atmosphere in the summer as musicians perform outside for the punters. Can get extremely busy in warm weather.
Boasting an impressively large beer garden, the food here is both brilliant and reasonably priced. A traditional, family-run pub, there’s a wide range of local ales on offer, as well as plenty of space for children to run around.
A traditional harbourside pub. Walk and cycle from here, and then come back for real ale, great food and a dog-friendly place to put your feet up. As popular with locals as it is with visitors thanks to the service on offer.
Whether you’re looking for fine dining, pub food, a romantic meal for 2 or a taste of something from further afield, eating out in Sussex really has something for everyone. Here’s our guide to the best local restaurants and pubs