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Barluga Gosforth  

Location:
The Old Church, West Avenue, Gosforth. 20 mins by metro/bus to centre of Newcastle.

Metro - Regent Centre
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Open:
Monday - Saturday 9am - 11pm, Sunday 10am - 10.30pm.
Facebook: facebook.com/barlugagosforth
Telephone: 0191 2844781
Website: barluga.co.uk/gosforth

Beers: Cocktail menu   Wine menu
John Smith's, Peroni, Amstel, Moretti, Beavertown - Neck Oil and Guinness Cold.
Strongbow and Strongbow Dark Fruit cider also on offer.
An extensive selection of bottled beers, wines, gins, cocktails, champagne cocktails, shooters and pitchers available.
Newcastle gin served.


Meals:   Food menu    Sunday Lunch menu    Set menu    Book a Table
Food is served Monday - Saturday 9am - 10pm, Sun 10am - 9.30pm.
Meals include:
Breakfast with:
Barluga breakfast £9.00,
vegetarian breakfast £8.00,
bacon or sausage sandwich with fried egg £5.00,
eggs benedict £7.50,
eggs florentine £7.00,
eggs royale £9.00,
scrambled eggs £7.50 - £9.00,
3 egg omelette £9.00,

Main Food menu with:
sandwiches £9.00,
small plates and sharing £6.00 - £15.00,
main courses £12.00 - £22.00.
sides £2.75 - £4.00.

Children's menu £5.50, Ice Cream £2.00.

Desserts £3.50 - £6.00, assiette of desserts £8.50. Cheese plate £9.00.

Sunday Lunch noon - 6pm with 2 courses £14.00, three courses £16.50.
Teas & coffees from £1.80 - £2.95.




Special Deals:
Set menu available Monday - Thursday from 12pm - 7pm with 2 courses £10.00 or 3 courses £15.00.
Sunday Set menu with 2 courses £14.00 or 3 courses £16.50.
2 Cocktails for £10.00 Sunday - Thursday from 5pm - 8pm.


Live Sports: none shown here.


Music: There is regular music on play at most times with a DJ on certain nights.

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New Barluga pub from the Vaulkhard group chain that opened March 2019 and is located on Gosforth High Street.

The bar was formerly a church which has been converted to a bar and was previously Loch Fyne Restaurant.

Stylishly decked out with a rectangular bar and large chandelier lighting and ceiling fans.

There is plenty of seating throughout with small booths and high tables and chairs for diners.

A restaurant is located on the upstairs mezannine level which can be accessed up a flight of stairs in the middle of the bar.

The original church features of the bar are retained throughout with a high vaulted ceiling and church windows.

Disable access is good to the main bar. Toilets are small and clean.

Price: Moderate.