Hole in the WallQueensbury Mews
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
We are very excited to announce that we will be opening our doors for the first time on Thursday 24th June at 5pm. Obviously with current restrictions space will be limited and we don’t have any space left to reserve on the first night as we’ll be keeping most of the pub open to walk ins. Moving forward we’ll be opening at midday 7 days a week to help maximise the time you can come and spend with us, we’ll also be taking limited bookings for groups of 4-6 for the next few weeks until the restrictions ease up. On the taps you can expect a banging selection of beers from far and wide including local heroes like Good Things, Cloak & Dagger and The Hand Brew Co alongside the likes of Deya, Vault City and Thornbridge. Alongside an amazing draft line up we’ve got a fridge full of classic European styles and one of the best spirit selections in town. We cannot wait to welcome you all into our little pub, it’s so exciting to finally get going. Please bear in mind that for now we do still have to abide by all the rules put in place to protect both customers and staff from the risks of COVID—19. We’ll have a big opening party in a few weeks when we can. See you at the bar (well, table at the moment).more information...
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Previously known as The Hole in the Wall and named after the Marquess of Queensberry, the Queensbury Arms is reputed to be Brighton's smallest pub. Tucked just off the seafront, it offers a cosy, friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy a drink. Nov 2020 - pub reported to be up for sale. Re-opened June 2021 using its old name. Now serving 3 real ales + 10 craft ales and a lager.