42-48 High Bridge, close to the City Centre and near to Eldon Square shopping centre.
Metro - Monument
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Monday - Thursday 11.30am - 11pm, Friday & Satuday 11.30am - 12am, Sunday 12pm - 11pm.
Telephone: 0191 2611008
Click here for a picture of The Bacchus in 2001.
Beers: CAMRA Tyneside Pub of the year in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012,
John Smiths, Paulaner, Pravha, Staropramen, Carling Extra Cold, Caffreys, Grolsch, Timmermans, Erdinger Weisse, Peroni and Guinness Cold on tap.
Cask and keg beers including local and regular changing guest ales are also served including:
Ales on Tap
Fell Brewery - Sabro Talus - Pale Ale - American ABV 4.2%
Fyne Ales - Jarl - Blonde Ale ABV 3.8%
Wylam Brewery - Lush - Pale Ale - American ABV 4.2%
Howling Hops - Lunchtime Bow Tie - Pale Ale - New England / Hazy ABV 4.5%
Camden Town Brewery - Camden Stout - Stout - English ABV 4%
Neepsend Brew Co - Helhest - Stout - Oatmeal ABV 4.8%
Sureshot Brewing - It's Not A Rock, It's A Mineral - IPA - New England / Hazy ABV 6.5%
Aspalls cider is also on offer.
A good range of foreign bottled beers, wines, rums, gins, cocktails and spirits are also available.
No food advertised.
Tea, coffee and hot drinks available.
Cocktails are available for £4.95. Wines £3.45 (175ml), £4.70 (250ml), £13.10 (750ml).
The pub is listed in the Good Beer Guide.
Live Sports: live football shown on drop down screen at certain times.
Music: Regular music is on play at most times.
Medium sized traditional pub that has been named Tyneside pub of the year for 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.
The original Bacchus pub closed it doors in the Autumn of 2001 and the new pub is now further up High Bridge.
The pub has a very large U shaped bar that is in a central position with large wooden pillars spanning its length.
Large windows to one side give a bright and airy feel during the day.
There is plenty of seating throughout with a mixture of tables and chairs and high stools.
There is also more comfortable seating in a raised area to the rear and a small lounge area near to the main entrance.
The decor is a mixture of wooden panelling and maroon and cream pastel colours. The pub has a part wooden and carpeted floor.
The small spotlighting to the ceiling and large drop down lamp opposite the bar create a warm and cosy atmosphere in the evening.
Regular music is on play at most times. The pub is very popular and busy at all times.
It attracts a mixed clientele of business people, shoppers and people on a night out. Free WiFi in bar.
Disabled access is very good with a designated disabled toilet near to the stairs. Toilets are immaculately clean and located up a flight of stairs.