The Mile Castle
19-25 Grainger Street, close to the Central Station.
Metro - Central Station
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Monday - Thursday 8am to 12am, Friday - Saturday 8am to 1am, Sunday 8am to 12am
Telephone 0191 2111160.
Beers: John Smith's, Heineken, Kronenbourg 1664, Fosters, Stella Artois, Carling Extra Cold, Carlsberg, Tuborg, Guinness and Guinness Extra Cold on tap. There are also a selection of house and guest real ales available including Abbot Ale, Ruddles, Adnams Broadside, Fullers London Pride, Sharp's Doom Bar, Brewdog and American IPA. Stowford Press, Thatchers Gold and Strongbow cider also on offer. A wide range of world bottled beers also available and a good selection of wines, shooters, spirits and cocktails. The pub has been awarded the Cask Marque for beer perfection. Regular Beer festivals. Listed in The Good Beer guide.
Meals: Main Menu Promo Menu Breakfast Menu Children's Menu Steak Club Menu Curry Club Menu Chicken Club Menu Fish Friday Menu Christmas Menu
Excellent selection of main meals served all day until 11pm (Breakfast until 12 noon), with 2 meals for £6.99, Steak Club on a Tuesday, Chicken Club Wednesday, Curry club Thursday, Fish Friday. All club meals include a selected drink. Meals include starters and sharers, deli, salads and pastas, meals under 500 calories, chicken & ribs, burgers & dogs, pub classics, grills, gourmet burgers & sandwiches and desserts. Children's menu. Tea and coffee available. Afternoon specials offer.
Special Deals: Special deals on drinks and meals on most days are advertised in the bar.
Live Sports: None shown here.
Music: Regular music is on play at most times with a dance floor at the rear of the ground floor and on the upper levels.
Large JD Wetherspoons Lloyds No 1 bar that was formerly known as The Sports Cafe. The bar has been transformed and now has 3 floors with a bar on each level.
The ground floor bar is accessed directly from the main entrance and there is a long bar to the left hand side. There are plenty of tables and chairs on all floors for diners. The upper levels can be accessed by a large staircase near the main entrance. Regular music is on play at most times with a dance floor at the rear of the ground floor and on the upper levels.
There are several widescreen TV's showing videos. The bar will be a very popular addition to the Central Station area and will appeal to a mixed clientele of students, locals, business crowd and tourists. It shouold be very busy at all times especially at the weekend and on Thursday Curry night. There is a small outside seating area open until 6pm that is used for smoking.
Disabled access is excellent with a designated disabled toilet on the ground floor.
Price: Very Reasonable. Excellent value for money.