Heart & Hand, Brighton
On the corner of one of the more bohemian back-streets of Brighton, the Heart and Hand is a pub which manages to appeal to a wide variety of locals. The wonderful green tiled exterior and leaded glass shout 'traditional' while the fantastic vinyl jukebox (free on Wednesdays and Sundays) displays its trendy credentials (in a retro Quadrophenia kind of way). So whilst a crescent of lively older locals prop up the bar, the more alternative Brighton scenesters come to give the place a little more atmosphere. Harvey's Sussex Best and Sharp's Doom Bar were in good nick on our last visit, which was set to a soundtrack of classic tracks mainly from the 70's. Space is quite limited so a little bit of luck may be required to secure somewhere to perch, but all in all this an excellent pub in a great area.
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75 North Road, Brighton, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1YD
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How to find the Heart & Hand pub
Exit out of Brighton railway station and walk straight down Queens Road. North Road will appear on the left shortly. Walk down North Road and the pub is soon on the left