The Rights Of Man Is An Ale House And Kitchen In The Heart Of the Sussex County Town Of Lewes. Serving The Finest Quality Food, Superb Harveys Ales, Fine Wines And Specialty Gins.
Our Knowledgeable & Friendly Staff Reflect The Commitment And Enthusiasm To Beer, Food Quality And Are Committed To Providing You With A Great Experience. Whether You Are Popping In Just To Taste Our Latest Harveys Ale Or Celebrating A Birthday With Friends And Family.
"This stylish pub, whose name reflects the fact that Thomas Paine once called Lewes home, is one of the best places to pair local Harveys ale with well executed food, albeit with a definite Continental lean. Wood panelling, art deco lighting and a summer terrace makes things feel a long way from the average British boozer" Lonely Planet
NOT LONG NOW
We are busy at the Rights Of Man getting ready to open .When you come things will be different that the good old days pre of Covid-19....
What to expect when you visit The Rights Of Man
To help protect the safety of our guests whilst visiting us you will notice some changes. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.
The number of people allowed into our business will be restricted.
Hand sanitiser points will be positioned throughout the pub / restaurant and we encourage you to use them frequently.
The flow of customers around the building will be controlled, please follow direction signs and staff instructions.
Disposable menus are in use, please take them with you when you leave the The
Rights Of Man.
The size of our menu has been reduced to allow safe distancing for the staff in our kitchen.
Please keep a safe distance
Do not move furniture.
Our service style has changed, and you can expect the following.
Restrictions in the size of tables.
Table Service Only. Please take a seat and well come to you
Table bookings must adhere to government guidelines on social contact
The implementation of social distancing on our premises.