The Side, bottom of the bank down to the Quayside
Metro - Monument
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Monday - Thursday 11am - 11am, Friday & Saturday 10am - 1am, Sunday 10am - 11pm.
Telephone: 0191 2603175.
Beers: John Smith's, Becks Vier, Carlsberg and Guinness on tap. Strongbow cider also on offer. A large selection of bottled beers, spirits, cocktails, shooters and wines also available.
Meals: Breakfast Menu Main Menu Sunday Menu Kids Menu Cocktail Menu Wine Menu Make a Table Reservation
Food available all day with a choice of Breakfast including Full English breakfast £4.49, traditional or vegetarian breakfast £2.99, breakfast wrap or sandwich and a drink £2.79, Children's breakfast £2.49.
Other food on offer includes all day breakfast £5.79, starter & sharers £3.99 - £10.79, pasta, salads & noodles £6.99 - £7.99, pub favourites £6.29 - £7.79, vegetarian dishes £3.99 - £8.49, burgers £6.79 - £12.29, grills £7.49 - £12.99, mexican £5.49 - £8.29, pick 'n' mix planks 3 for £8.29 or 5 for £10.49, extras 79p - £2.49. Desserts £3.99 - £4.99 (2 for 1 offer). Hot drinks £1.49 - £1.69. 2 pub favourites for £8.99, Lunch and a drink £5.49, sandwiches, ciabattas, wraps and jackets and a drink £4.79 - £5.99, (50p upgrade for chips or add £1 for spiral fries), burger and drink £7.29. Sunday Roast from £6.79. Children's menu £3.49.
Special Deals: All day and every day wine from £7.45 per bottle, Double Smirnoff vodka and red bull £4.50, Pimms glass £3.95, pitcher £9.45. 2 bombs £4.50 or £2.95 each, shots from £1.00 - £2.00, cocktail pitchers £10.45 (glass £4.95), red bull pitchers £11.45.
Live Sports: Shown here - several TV's that show Live sport and every Newcastle and England live matches. The rugby Six nations is also shown.
Music: There is regular music on play with the DJ on a Friday & Saturday
Large pub which is part of the Stonegate pub chain with a long bar that is decked out to a high standard. The pub has smart decor that blends in nicely with the modern wooden furnishings and wooden panelling on the walls. There are huge glass windows to the front that makes it bright and airy during the day and in the evening there is dark subdued lighting.
There is plenty of seating throughout with one end of the bar having low wooden seating and tables. The other end has high tables and an old ornate fireplace. Small modern pictures adorn the walls. The pub gets very busy most of the time with a mixed clientele and is packed at weekends with a young crowd and quayside revellers.
There are two large drop down screens and several TV's that show Live sport and every Newcastle and England live matches. The rugby Six nations is also shown. There is regular music on play with the DJ on a Friday & Saturday situated in a booth to the right of the bar. The bar is close to several restaurants & other pubs on the Quayside.
There is a nice view of the river and Guild Hall from the front of the pub. Taxi rank outside.
Disabled access to main bar good but difficult to toilets as downstairs. Toilets are smart and clean.