The Dog and Parrott
52 Clayton Street West, near to the Central Station and directly opposite the Centre of Life.
Metro - Central Station
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from 31st July 2020 every day from 10am - 10pm.
Telephone: 07772 742469.
Beers: Cocktail Menu
A good selection of cask conditioned ales on tap including:
Sharp's Brewery - Atlantic - Pale Ale - English ABV 4.2%
Anarchy Brew Co - Cult Leader - Pale Ale - American ABV 5.5%
Anarchy Brew Co - Boot Boys - Brown Ale - English ABV 5%
Anarchy Brew Co - Citra Star - IPA - Session / India Session Ale ABV 4.1%
Tyne Bank Brewery - West Coast IPA - IPA - Session / India Session Ale ABV 4%
Red Stripe, Staropramen, Punk IPA, Coors Light, Blue Moon, Hop House 13 Lager and Guinness also on tap.
Rekorderlig cider, Aspalls cider and a good range of bottled ciders also on offer.
Food provided from The Meat Stack every day from 12pm - 8pm with
salt aged beef cheeseburgers £8.00 - £11.00,
loaded fries £3.00 - £5.50,
wings & things - small £6.00, large £11.00,
house made dipper pots.
There is a coffee machine selling coffee, cappuccino during the day.
Drink prices -
3 house trebles £6.00,
2 cocktails for £10.00 until 9pm.
Sunday - Thursday meal deal any double cheeseburger with fries and craft can or wine £12.00 or soft drink £10.00.
Live Sports: Live Sports are shown through the bar with every Premier league game featured.
Music: There is regular music on play with one main juke box at the top of the bar.
Live Music is featured in Jumpin Jacks' a live music venue located above The Dog and Parrott. There is is up to 6 gigs a week featured - Click here for further information on forthcoming gigs.
Traditional corner pub formerly known as the Tut 'n' Shive.
The pub has a small bar that is split on two levels with a wooden floor. The lower level has limited seating and there is a large drop down screen in one corner opposite the bar.
All live football and six nations rugby is featured and big screen movies are shown every Wednesday. To the rear there is a raised area that has some seating by the window and there is also a pool table.
The pub is bright and airy by day with glass windows to the front and side and in the evening there is more subdued lighting giving a relaxed atmosphere.
There is also a good view of the Centre of Life through the side windows. The decoration is basic and there are several posters and leaflets advertising promotions or forthcoming events on the walls.
There is regular music on play with one main juke box at the top of the bar and Live Music features in Jumpin' Jacks upstairs from 8pm.
There is an open mic night on the 2nd and last Sunday every month. There is a pool table and games machines available.
Frequented mainly by locals, and students, and is also popular with real ale drinkers and a good venue for live music.
There is a board outside the pub advertising forthcoming bands on play.
The bar is busy on most nights due to the Live bands appearing upstairs and the selection of cask ales.
Live Comedy every Tuesday. Pub music quiz is held every Wednesday from 8pm.
Live Sports are shown through the bar with every Premier league game featured. Function room available for private parties.
An outside seating area is open when the weather is fine.
Disabled access good to main bar but difficult to function room which is up a flight of stairs. Toilets are small and basic.