Three Jolly Butchers, Brighton
This is a deceptive place - it looks a lot larger on the outside than it actually is. Possibly, this is down to the next door Three Jolly Butchers Sandwich Bar and the shared kitchens. A contemporary bar with friendly staff, there's only one real ale on the taps, Harvey's of Lewes, of course. The sandwich shop appears to carry into the pub, with retro ketchup bottles on the tables. There's also a decent-looking pub menu and the whole place can be hired on weekends. It caters for all types and judging by the handle over the urinals, tries to make the experience as pleasant as possible. It's another place we can describe as small, but almost perfectly formed.
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59 North Road, Brighton, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1YD
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How to find the Three Jolly Butchers 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