Pubs, bars and nightclubs
If all you fancy is a pint, a glass of wine, or a cocktail here’s the place to find your new favourite bar.
Bars and nightclubs
180 Sports Bar: 180 Sports Bar is the number one sports bar in Hastings. They show all live sport on the biggest HD sports screen in town. They have American & English pool, snooker, iDarts & traditional darts, fusball and table tennis.
Banceys: Great little town centre bar with a friendly atmosphere.
Bat and Bee: A speciality cocktail bar, cafe & event space.
The Brass Monkey: A Hastings institution, The Brass Monkey knows how to throw a party! Home of the Silent Disco.
Crowleys: Whether you are looking for live music or a place to relax Crowley's accommodates all with a large drinks selection and great atmosphere.
The Drift In Cafe Bar: There's always something going on at the Drift In Cafe Bar - and they serve great bar food and excellent cake too...
French's: One of Hastings' favourite nightclubs - a firm fixture on any night out on the town.
Grand Elektra: A café cocktail bar, event space and nightclub. The brick built arches are home to Grand Elektra’s three special concepts. Bat & Bee is an ultra trendy newly refurbished café cocktail bar. SIN, a luxurious VIP cocktail lounge where you will experience the finest VIP table service and The Crypt nightclub, is literally the stuff of legend! The venue is proudly home to a Void Acoustics sound system and has state of the art lighting architecture. The venue hosts an array of artists, from showcasing local talent, to national and internationally recognised stars.
Moda: The bar has come a long way from being the 19th Century hangout for the mysterious group called the Ancient Order of Druids (of which Winston Churchill was a member). After what must be tens of thousands of hangovers later (and a few renovations ) it's now the premier sports bar in town.
On the Rocks: On the Rocks - live music venue over 3 floors serving wide range of beers, ciders, wines & spirits. Food available 12pm-7pm daily. Sunday roast 12pm-4pm.
Owl and Pussycat: Enjoy great food and entertainment in a unique and quirky atmosphere. From a light lunch to a great night of dining, drinking and dancing. The super-friendly team are well-known for delivering an outstanding service.
The Pigs Palace: A large seafront bar and eatery.
The Printworks: The Printworks is a flexible, multi-use venue in the historic America Ground quarter of Hastings. It offers four floors of flexible space and accommodation.
Twelve Hundred Postcards: Micro-bar serving craft ales in an intimate environment.
Walkers Cocktails: Based in the heart of Hastings, this wine bar and bistro is renowned for having something for everyone. By day meet up with friends for a light lunch or an afternoon meal with family and then in the evening the resident DJ’s will help you dance the night away. Come and enjoy!
Brewing Brothers at The Imperial: Brewing Brothers is a craft beer brewhouse, serving beers brewed on site alongside fine craft ales from all around the world. They also serve traditionally made pizza by their Italian chef from a bespoke wood-fired oven.
The Carlisle: Established as a biker friendly pub in the Sixties and central to the famous May Day biker rally. The Carlisle has become known for its free live music, mostly rock, metal and punk. Recently revamped to allow the pub to host bigger band nights.
The Clarence: Town centre pub with a great live entertainment calendar.
The Clown: The cosiest little pub in town.
The Fountain: A traditional Victorian pub just five minutes’ walk from Hastings seafront, The Fountain has been at the heart of this coastal community for over 150 years. It continues to hit the right note with locals today, with a reputation for fine ales, friendly service and a fantastic line-up of live music.
General Havelock: A town-centre pub oozing with history and serving great beers and food. Expect live music and DJ's on many nights.
Pissarros: Pissarros is an iconic Hastings venue with a variety of beers and wines from around the world. You can dine in the restaurant or bar. Their menu is influenced by flavours from around the world and freshly prepared by a kitchen brigade who bring their experience from many countries in Europe.
The Royal George: Right next to the station, the Royal George has great prices, tasty food and lots of live entertainment.
Wetherspoons: The nation's favourite pub chain specialising in a wide variety of competitively priced ales and lagers alongside a tasty menu.
Yates: Yates, Hastings is a town-centre bar with a real passion for its customers. Breakfast is served every day from 9am, and then the main menu is served until 10pm seven days a week. Sunday Roast is available every Sunday from midday. Young diners are spoilt for choice, with a super children’s menu. Just a five minutes walk from the train station, the seafront and all town attractions.