The summer of 2018 saw Bison Beer open it's third site in Brighton’s famous North Laine, partnering up with Humble Plates to put on a bar, kitchen and hideout operation that truly has something for everyone. 103 North Road is a bold and experimental concept that has been brewed in partnership with Bison Beer's original brand designer, Dan Walters, and realised with the expertise of architects, We Like Today.
To match the brave aesthetics, Humble Plates Head Chef, Dan Cotton (trained at nearby neighbours, Chilli Pickle, before leading the kitchen at the Crabtree gastropub for three years), aims to execute an exciting yet accessible offering of snacks, small plates and sharing options, many of which will be sourced from local suppliers.
The new crafthouse stocks Bison's usual world-class selection beers from all around the globe, and their own fresh brews too. If you don’t know your stouts from your IPA’s then fear not, they’re a really friendly bunch and will point you in the right direction.
Really varied and interesting selection of beers you'd not see in most pubs in town. The flight 3 x 1/3 beers are a must try and great way to sample the range on offer.
Great place. Great atmosphere as lots of people coming and going. Staff very friendly, helpful who know their beers.
Delicious craft and fries! And good atmosphere/ music inside !
Amazing food and drink
Lovely bar with great beer selection, also have free cheese and Roast potatoes on Sunday
I was "upsold" fries (£4) with my Wriggle burger (£5.95) taking the total to £9.95. However, they have a lunchtime offer of burger and fries for £8.95, so I actually spent £1 more than I would have done had I just turned up and ordered 'normally'.