Tyne BarThe Cumberland Arms

 

The Cluny  

Location:
36 Lime Street, Ouseburn, bottom of Stepney Bank. About 10 mins to Manors, 15 mins to the City Centre.

Metro - Manors
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Open:
Monday - Friday 12pm - 11pm, Saturday 12pm - midnight, Sunday 12pm - 10.30pm.
Telephone 0191 2304474.
Email: info@thecluny.com
Facebook: facebook.com/thecluny
Twitter: twitter.com/thecluny
Website: www.thecluny.com

Beers: Budweiser Budvar, Erdinger Weiss, Sam Smiths Taddy/Alpine Lager, Carling Extra Cold, Grolsch, Peroni, Flying Dog Doggie Style, Timmermans Strawberry and Peach Beer and Guinness Cold on tap. An excellent selection of 10 cask conditioned ales and ciders is also available including Harviestoun, Purple Moose, Dark Star, Milton, Hopback, George Gale & Co and a range of guest ales that change regularly. There is also 3 cask ciders, Stowford Press, Westons and Old Rosie Cider as well as Briska Swedish Cider and Rekorderlig Strawberry and Lime Cider. There is an excellent range of world bottled beers (from £2.50), wines and over 50 vodkas. Listed in Camra good beer guide

Meals: Food menu   Christmas menu
Food is served from Monday - Saturday noon - 9pm and Sunday noon - 8pm. Meals on offer include snacks & sharing £3.95 - £10.95, PO' Boys New Orleans Sandwich £4.95 - £8.45, homemade cluny burgers £7.95 - £8.95, cluny favourites £5.95 - £7.95, salads £5.95 - £8.95, extras £2.95 - £3.95. Kids meals £3.95 - £4.95. Hot drinks are also on offer £1.50 - £2.95.




Special Deals: None advertised.


Live Sports: none shown here.


Music: Cluny Gig guide
an excellent venue for Live music with bands and musical events on most nights. Can hold up to 300 people and is available for hire. Please direct all booking enquiries to email Joel at joel@thecluny.com or 0191 2304474.

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Large modern pub that is an excellent live music venue and has something to suit all tastes. The bar offers one of the best and extensive range of beers in Newcastle.

There are huge glass doors at the main entrance that lead through to the main bar. The pub has an L shaped bar with mirrors on the pillars. The bar has a wooden floor with stone walls and pipes interlaced on the ceiling.

There is plenty of seating throughout with mainly tables and chairs to the main bar area. A raised area to the front has additional seating with more tables and chairs. A unique feature of the pub is the large train set in a raised area at the end of the bar.

This leads through to a large room where there is further seating area with some tables and chairs. To the rear of the pub there is a separate bar that is used for live music entertainment. This room has a small bar with steps leading down to a large cavern area with a stage at one end.

The pub has very modern style fixtures and fitments. There are also numerous flyers on the arched areas of the walls advertising forthcoming live bands and musical events. Regular music is on play at most times. A large function room which can take up to 300 persons can be hired for a charge.

A band or disco and catering can be arranged. Ask at bar or check website for more details of charges. The pub attracts a mixed crowd of locals and students and those people attending the live music functions.

It can be busy at most times with a lively and comfortable atmosphere and is very popular when live acts are featured.

Disabled access to the main bar is very good but can be more difficult to the areas at the rear of the pub. Toilets are small and clean.

Price: Reasonable.