Halfway down the hill from Brighton Station, near the clock-tower, stands the Quadrant pub. The eagle-eyed will spot 'Tom Bovey' above the north facing door and 'wine and spirit importer' on the east side; Bovey was a 19th century former landlord of the pub. The curious will venture inside to find an extraordinary pub interior with many late Victorian fittings, including some exceptional gas lamps. The small ground floor bar is split-level and follows the hill downwards. In the lower part is a beautifully carved bar back and canopy, in front a curved bar counter in heavy mahogany and by the small flight of steps, some beautiful etched glass screens in mahogany surrounds. There's a lot of detail in a small space and it's a real Victorian boozer, found occasionally in London, rarely in Brighton. For a more detailed history and explanation see The Quaffer review.
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