A stone throw from the beach in the heart of famous Lanes lies a trendy Ship Street hotspot 200 years old – one of Brighton’s oldest public houses.
Battered by its time, the modernisation & full on remodelling ought to inject back the confident charisma for worthy dining entertainment and thrilling parties, or an intimate meeting hideaway, while celebrating its heritage character.
The sense of a thrill and energy being whisked through the expansive layouts of self-confident clusters of multi-levelled vast spaces and connective narrow passageways while being sat down amongst the unique infusion of vintage furniture and contemporary art by established and prominent emerging artists; is only a fraction of the immersive multi-sensory experience you can expect.
Topped with a locally sourced seafood feast while surrounded by a masterclass of traditional timber beading and wall panelling.
To tap into immersive settings of multi-sensory dining and entertainment experience that is a feast to eyes where the eclectic meets the maximalism and traditional features with modern demands customers can expect.
The cluster of platforms where one can throw roaring patties yet experience the intimate hideaway setting of a secluded meeting. Furnished for practical reasons, yet be as well as pleasant as possible to look at, with an element of a surprise.
There is a confident charisma oozing from a lush cluster of textures and silhouettes. The eclectic meets the New maximalism; odd that may seem is a perfect artful blend of soulful vintage with the new, that isn’t intimidating but inviting.
The 3D metallic wallpaper pared with the soft blue velvet stretched over the vintage oak detailed chair, backed by fish fin resembling finishing touches is a sublime feast for an eye, composed to provide the effortless yet spirited vibe to your retreat in the heart of the city.