The Cow Shed Story
The Cow Shed isn’t actually a shed – nor does it have cows. It was borne from an evening of wine-imbibing and brain-storming between friends in Brighton.
Having moved to Worthing from Brighton, Leee, Sarah & a small boy named Stanley (he had some input) wanted to create a place where they and their friends would want to go to. A chilled ambience, great burgers, cocktails, craft beers – and a nice sit down. With an eclectic mix of 80’s and 90’s pop – being ‘our’ era of music – the aim was to provide an oasis of calm for the more mature market, where friends and families could meet, drink and be merry.
A Steam-punk interior, Italian leather chairs, comfy padded booths and floor-to-ceiling windows was the look that was chosen. The concept being to bring a Brighton-vibe to Worthing – and following the dream, the old Spyglass was no more and The Cow Shed rose from the ashes like a phoenix from the flames.
Our ethos was clear from the start. We only wanted to use local suppliers for our produce – and to provide quality ingredients that are freshly prepared on site. As an independent business, it was of paramount importance that we followed this clear route. We use John Wildman & Sons and Swandean butchers in Worthing for our meat and GA Brown in Worthing for our fresh fruit and veg. Both suppliers deliver daily.
Burgers are our speciality, with a wide selection – including the mighty Cow Shed burger. If burgers aren’t your thing, we offer a selection of other American-style comfort food including nachos, Mac ‘n’ cheese, hot dogs and sirloin steaks. We have a freshly prepared children’s menu too that is equally as tasty as the larger portions.
We are family-friendly, dog-friendly and we welcome anyone who wishes to ride with us on our journey. We look forward to meeting with you.