Sitting pretty on Brighton's Church Street, the Half Moon pub has been reborn with an architectural flourish that sees six individual spaces stretched out over two floors, with a swish and stylish charm throughout. There's a huge outdoor area for summer sipping, while the main room's terrazzo-tiled floor, exposed brick walls and wooden ribbed bar is a great spot for a counter meal and a pint. Or you can opt to go fancy in the slick dining room where Chef, Tim Garreau, focuses on fresh, premium local and regional ingredients. Pork belly with soy chilli caramel, wombok, cauliflower and onion jam is a hearty feed, or go back to basics with the chicken parma with Serrano ham. An exhaustive wine list is seriously impressive. The Half Moon is a pub that caters to all crowds.