Cricketers (Brighton) Reviews
Description:15 Black Lion Street, Brighton. tel = 01273 329472
Newest Review: ... the back, but we never ventures that far and sat down on some large chairs in the window. (Although these chairs looked comfortable and relaxing, they made you sit bolt upright). There was modern music quietly in the background, I was al little disappointed when Hear Say and S Club 7 were played, it spoiled an otherwise pleasant pub but I guess you cant have everything! The average age in ... more
Customer Cricketers (Brighton) Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/06/01, updated on 21/06/01 (Useful, 61 readings)
This is the third pub in a series opinions telling of my short pub crawl around 5 Brighton pubs / bars. If you wish to read the whole series please read my opinion on the Font and Firkin first. ***************************************** After leaving O'Neils we found the Cricketers. The pub looks very small when you enter, but apparently there is an upstairs and more room out the back, but we never ventures that far and sat down on some large chairs in the window. (Although these chairs looked comfortable and relaxing, they made you sit bolt upright). There was modern music quietly in the background, I was al little disappointed when ... Read the complete review
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