The Collingwood Arms
Brandling Village, Jesmond. Short walk to Jesmond Metro Station.
Metro - Jesmond
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Monday - Saturday noon - 11pm, Sunday noon - 10.30pm.
Telephone 0191 2810570.
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Beers: Kronenbourg 1664, Fosters, Three Hop lager and Murphy's on tap. 10 Real Ales also available with Bombardier, Deuchars, Flying Scotsman, Wainwright and several guest ales. Strongbow cider is also on offer. An excellent range of wines available.
Food is on offer all day at reasonable prices which include Thai curries £4.95, Empanadas £3.25 (plate of three) or £4.95 (plate of five), latin burgers £4.95 - £6.45 (add fries £1.00), paninis £2.95, soup £2.50, colly burgers £2.50 - £2.95 (add chips £1.50), bowl of chips £1.60, Cuban sandwich £4.95. Try the Machu Pichu burger for £12.95. Vegetarian dishes available.
Special Deals: Wines on special offer 175ml £2.30 - £3.25, 250ml £3.20 - £4.65, 750ml £9.95 - £13.95.
Live Sports: including live football is shown on a large drop down screen and there are also several widescreen TV's.
Music: Regular music is on play at most times.
Medium sized traditional Newcastle pub that was first established 1836. The bar first became popular with grocers and tutors in Brandling Village. It also has a naval connection due to its name and shape. The pub has retained many of its original features with leaded windows to the front. It has a long bar and a wooden floor and there are old pictures of Newcastle and Lord Collingwood adorning the walls.
The decor is a mixture of pink and cream colours. There is plenty of seating throughout with tables and chairs and a small snug area at one end. Outside there is further seating with wooden tables and chairs, heated lamps and canopies. Child policy under 14 not allowed, 14-18 with adults. Live sports including live football is shown on a large drop down screen and there are also several widescreen TV's. A cash link machine is located near to the main entrance.
Quiz night every Monday from 9pm with a cash prize on offer. The pub attracts a steady clientele of students and locals and is close enough to the Jesmond strip of bars to attract those on a night out in Jesmond. Disabled access is good. Toilets are small and clean.