At the bottom of Stepney Bank. About 15 minutes walk to Manors Metro Station and 20 minutes to the City Centre.
Metro - Manors
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Monday - Saturday 12pm - 11pm, Sunday 12pm - 10.30pm.
Telephone: 0191 2324868.
Beers: John Smith's, Stella Artois, Hoegaarden, Leffe and Guinness on tap. There are also an excellent selection of cask ales available from Cullercoats, Tyne Bank, Three Kings, Wylam, Anarchy, Sonnet 43, Hadrian & Border and Deuchars. Woodpecker and Olde English cider also on offer. A good range of malt whiskies with a malt ofthe week for £2.00.
Food on offer includes light bites £1.95 - £3.50, homemade soup of the day £2.95, main meals £4.75 - £6.50, burgers £4.50 - £6.95 (all served with chips). Children's menu - meals £3.95. Sunday Lunch served with all main courses £6.95, Starter & main £9.95, desserts £2.50 - £3.00.
Special Deals: Every Wednesday is Tapas night with a selection of tapas dishes for £2.50/ £3.50 (or 6 tapas for £7.95). Thursday night bottled wines from £9.95 - £14.95.
Live Sports: A TV is located in the bar showing Live Sports. .
Music: Regular music is on play at most times.
One of the first and oldest pubs in the Ouseburn area of Newcastle dating back to the early 1800's. The pub has been refurbished with the two small bar areas knocked through into one large bar and it now has a more modern and spacious feel. On entering the pub the main bar is directly opposite. There is plenty of seating throughout with tables and chairs and high stools along the bar. There are old pictures of the Ouseburn area adorning the walls as well as shipping memorabilia. A TV is located in the bar showing Live Sports.
Regular music is on play at most times. The pub has a local clientele and attracts students and those visiting The Cluny over the road for live events. Can be busy at times and there is a small outside seating area that is used in the summer.
Quiz night on a Monday.
Disabled access is very good with the bar all on the one level. The toilets are small and in reasonable order.