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Eastbourne Pubs & Restaurants & Nightlife

There's plenty to do in Eastbourne in the evenings. There are over 70 pubs selling traditional English ales and continental beers. Some pubs are quiet places for chat and conversation, some have live music at the weekends and many have good beer gardens in the summer. Eastbourne's Folk Music club is popular with our students and there are also lots of discos and night clubs.


Eastbourne Restaurants

You would be forgiven for thinking that this seaside favourite would have little to offer other than fish and chip shops but you would be very much mistaken.

Simply Italian Eastbourne
Simply Italian is a group of family-owned Italian restaurants in the South East of England, offering a range of authentic regional specialities including freshly made pizzas, traditional pasta dishes and seasonal daily specials - all at great value!

The Tudor House Restaurant
The Tudor House Restaurant is a 14th Century oak beamed restaurant set in the heart of the beautiful village of Alfriston. Serving a contemporary menu inspired by the owners travels around the world. The evenings offer sparkling tableware & candlelight dinners creating an intimate atmosphere.

The Oak Tree
The Oak Tree, located in Eastbourne is a small independent operator with a 40-seat cafe restaurant. Oak Tree's aim is to bring quality home cooked British food out of the country pub and back to the high street and town centres of Britain. Cafe lunches such as Shepherds Pie and Beef Stew with Parsley dumplings are served throughout the day, and more elaborate dishes such as a 1/2 rack of Lamb, Chicken Supreme and Beef Wellington in the evening


Eastbourne Pubs & Nightlife

The Merrie Harriers
A delightful white-clapboarded village inn set in the heart of the Weald, Merrie Harriers is located in Cowbeech. Dating back to 1624 the Merrie Harriers is a Grade II listed building, offering a quintessentially English experience. The comfortable beamed and panelled bar has wooden floors with a large inglenook fireplace, while the lounge bar/dining room, which also has an open log fire, leads into a separate non-smoking restaurant.

The Brewers Arms
Refurbished in the last few years, inside and out, to a very high standard, The Brewers Arms is a charming, village pub with origins in the 16th century. The pub offers a traditional, warm and friendly atmosphere with a variety of events taking place on a regular basis. Some of the events held include a quiz night, darts matches, private parties, a family fun day, a golf tournament, Father's Day Pie n a Pint, a wine & cheese evening, a mid summer party and every Tuesday night there is a live jazz. The Brewers Arms also offers function space to host birthday parties, retirement parties, anniversaries and wedding receptions. Parties cant take place when the pub is closed or open. Appropriate entertainment and decorations can be arranged if required.

The Beach Pub
Under new management since April 2003, The Beach Pub and Sports Bar perfectly combine a traditional saloon and a modern sports bar with one of the largest big screens in Eastbourne (8' x 6'). The Beach Pub and Sports Bar has undergone major refurbishment to make it one of the largest and best facilities in Eastbourne. The Beach Pub is located at the junction of Royal Parade and Beach Road, and with the newly painted Maroon and Cream exterior it can't be missed! Just a short walk from the Beach and the major family attractions such as Treasure Island and Fun City, The Beach Pub and Sports Bar is a major supporter of local charities and organisations such as the RNLI and regularly holds events in line with this.