Pleased to Meet You
41-45 High Bridge in centre of Bigg Market.
Metro - Monument
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Every day 11am - 2am.
Telephone: 0191 3405137
Beers: Bar Drinks Menu
Camden Helles, Mordue, D'achouffe, Almasty Pomegranate Ale, Moretti, Timmermans, Erdinger, Vedett and Guinness on tap. Symonds cider also on offer. 6 cask ales available. An extensive selection of bottled beers (see menu for selection), wines, cocktails, whiskies, gins and spirits available.
An underground cocktail bar called The Viceroy is popular later in the evening - See Viceroy Drinks Menu.
Meals: Food Menu
Food served daily with a choice of while you wait £2.00 - £3.00, lindisfarne oysters 2 for £7.00, 6 for £13.00 or 12 for £19.00, starters £6.00 - £14.00, main courses £13.00 - £24.00, home comforts £13.00 - £15.00, sandwiches £8.00 - £9.00, steaks £17.00 - £26.00, sharing £34.00 - £69.00, sides £4.00.
Desserts £5.00 - £7.00. Northumberland Cheese board £9.00.
Sunday Lunch menu with 2 courses £19.00 or 3 courses £23.00. Sunday Roasts £10.00 - £19.00.
Lunch/Theatre menu Monday - Friday from 12pm - 7pm with two courses for £13.00 or 3 courses for £15.00.
100 cover restaurant with head chef David Kennedy.
Make a booking for a table.
Monday - Friday from 5pm - £5.00 cocktails.
Lunchtime deal of soup and a sandwich for £10.00 Monday - Friday from 12pm - 4pm.
Martini Lunch from 12pm - 3pm every day with 2 grazing boards and 2 cocktails £20.00 or 12 items for £25.00.
High Bridge Gin Club from 4pm - 7pm Sunday - Thursday with 2 cocktails for £12.00.
Every day craft and cask ale flights of one/thirds (cask ales 3 x one/third for £4.00 or craft kegs 3 x one/third for £6.00).
Live Sports: None shown here.
Music: Regular music on play at most times - a DJ is a regular feature on a Friday and Saturday.
Popular High Bridge bar that was formerly known as The Lane. The bar which opened its doors on 31st May 2013 is described as a Gin Draft Eatery.
The place very stylish and is decked out with modern fixtures and fitments, exposed brickwork and pipework to the ceiling. There is a long bar to the left of the main entrance with low drop down lighting over the bar.
There is plenty of seating throughout for diners with a separate area to one side of the bar. The glass fronted doors to the front of the bar open out which makes the place bright and airy during the day.
The bar has now been extended with the opening of a new 100 cover restaurant and underground cocktail bar - The Viceroy. The restaurant is under the diection of head chef - David Kennedy.
Regular music on play at most times - a DJ is a regular feature on a Friday and Saturday.
There is an outside area to the rear which is used for smokers.
Disabled access is good to the main bar Toilets which are downstairs are smart and clean.
Check out the pubs own website at www.ptmy-newcastle.co.uk