Walkabout (Brighton) Reviews
Newest Review: ... drinks than usual - Snakebite was something like £1.80 when I used to go - the staff there always employed a very approachable DJ who would always do his best to accomodate your cheesiest wishes and drunken demands. At points during the night, the Staff would also stage novelty competitions where members of the dancefloor were encouraged to volunteer themselves to strip, pass oranges between ... more
Customer Walkabout (Brighton) Reviews (6)
by - written on 20/10/09 (Useful, 50 readings)
The Brighton Walkabout has something to offer most genres of younger people. When I lived in Brighton, this is were myself and my pals would regularly frequent on nights out, finding it to be a good 'warm up' to clubs and bars that shut a bit later. On Thursdays you have 'Spank Student' which is a great night where you can get cheaper drinks than usual - Snakebite was something like £1.80 when I used to go - the staff there always employed a very approachable DJ who would always do his best to accomodate your cheesiest wishes and drunken demands. At points during the night, the Staff would also stage novelty competitions where members of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
Walkabout is the Australian pubs that have proven a huge success in the UK leading to a more and more of them popping up all over the place of recent times. I have had the pleasure of visiting the one in Glasgow on a couple of occassions and am pleased to say it was an enjoyable experience. Walkabout offers simple foods like burgers and hotdogs at a reasonable price but offers a huge portion and a great taste. The one which I visit is perfectly placed as it is just around the corner from the cinema, near the train station and has a bus stop right outside of its door. The staff are always friendly and eager to help and make you feel like you can relax and are at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/09 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Walkabout pubs are an Australian idea, basically they show lots and lots of sport, mainly of the antipodean variety, so cricket, rugby league and union and Aussie rules, they are cheap and cheerful, so there is beer but not a huge variety and its cheap meaning the atmosphere can at times become quite boisterous. I've had a few nights in Walkabout pubs, mainly those in Covent Garden and Upper St Islington and had great times everytime i've been, the place has its fair share of raging drunks, but by and large, people are there for a laugh and to watch sport and meet mates. I have had some great times in the bars and recall being in one at 8am on a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/08 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Location Reviewed: Southampon Having planned a night out in southampton on friday eve, me and friends wanted somewhere mainstream with a good vibe and not too expensive. I have been to a couple of other walkabouts before at Uni but didnt know how a student night would compare to the sleezy weekend nights in southampton, the riff raff of which leaves a lot to be desired. so after being thrown out of the pub at closing, we decided to check out the walkabout (this is one of the newer branches of the chain). to our surprise it was only 2 quid entry and all drinks (within reason) were 2 quid! we were amazed! that never happens on a weekend anywhere let alone in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/00, updated on 18/09/00 (Useful, 35 readings)
For those old enough to remember the Walkabout is basically the new 'coasters' from the 80's. (without the reputation for fights :) ) A big pub catering for the masses. Spit an' sawdust with australian aboriginal wall painting. very packed at the weekends making it hard work to fight your way to the bar and the toilets. There are adequate bar staff so you don't have to wait too long to get a drink. Popular with all age groups making it an ideal place to go when you are out in a big party. There is a stage for live bands and a dance floor area to allow you to 'strut your funky stuff'. ... Read the complete review
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