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Popular Brighton pub is World Cup ready after contemporary refurb


Popular Brighton pub, the Admiral, has now opened its doors on its new contemporary look and feel following a significant joint investment.

The pub’s four-week transformation comes courtesy of independent pub operators Punch Pubs & Co, and its new publican Toby Armitage to steer the venue in an exciting new direction.

Bringing fun to a functional pub, the pub’s interiors are now a vibrant showcase of Instagrammable street art that adds instant energy to the large open-plan bar area, along with an abundance of bench-style seating to suit groups large and small.

Aiming to keep its guests entertained there are plenty of pub games, new large TV’s and a projector that are ready to make The Admiral a top contender for those looking for an atmospheric spot to watch the upcoming World Cup and other major sporting events.

The pub has reopened with a new menu with brunch-style bites and pizzas by the slice for easy eating as guests dance to the DJ by night, all washed down with rotational craft beer and world lagers.

Toby, who formerly managed the well-known and popular Portsmouth pub, The One-Eyed Dog, can’t wait for guests to experience and enjoy the Admiral’s new and improved atmosphere and late-night vibe.

Speaking ahead of the pub’s launch, he said, “People are going to be blown away by the transformation, the investment has brought a whole new energy to the building and made it a real head-turner. It’s going to be the perfect place to party!”

Operations Manager at Punch Pubs & Co, Julian-James Mobbs commented, “We’re delighted to have been able to invest in providing the city with such a fabulous modern late-night venue.

'Toby has amazing visions for its future and a wonderful team behind him, we can’t wait to watch him bring it all to life.'