Pubs & Bars in Sussex

Looking for pubs and bars in West Sussex? You’ve come to the right place.

From cosy pubs with wood fires serving great Sunday roasts, to themed bars you can dance the night away in, we’ve got something for everyone. 

Pubs & bars in Chichester

It’ll come as no surprise that you can find a wide range of pubs and bars in Chichester City Centre.

Home to bustling cobbled streets, a wide range of independent and big-name shops as well as a great selection of restaurants, Chichester can just as easily be a great location for a family ‘pub grub’ day out, as it can for a night out on the tiles with friends.

You’ll find chain and independent bars and pubs dotted along North, South, East and West Street, leaving you plenty to choose from. So many in fact, that you may need to make a day and evening of it.

Bars & pubs in Midhurst and Petworth

If you’re seeking a traditional country pub for lazy lunches and cosy evenings by the fire, then Midhurst and Petworth have everything you need.

Both historic market towns are adorned with pubs offering great pub lunches, Sunday roasts and local bitters and ales. For Midhurst, check out the Angel Inn, the Swan Inn, the Spread Eagle Hotel and Spa, and The Royal Oak, or for bars head to Red H or Faustino’s Wine and Tapas Bar.

For Petworth, head to Petworth’s Angel Inn, the Star or the Black Horse Inn, or for bars, check out E.Street Bar and Grill.

Bars & pubs in Selsey

For drinking or dining by the sea, Selsey has a host of bars and pubs offering something for all the family. Check out one of many options on Selsey’s High Street, then take the 10-minute walk to the seafront for expansive costal views - the perfect Sunday afternoon activity following a pub lunch. 

Sunday roasts in West Sussex

As if we haven’t given you enough inspiration, check out our round-up of the best pubs for a Sussex Sunday roast here. With so many great roasts to choose from - from traditional, to meat-free and roasts prepared by award-winning chefs - you may just have to go for a roast every Sunday. 


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