Head of Steam - Quayside
9-17 Broad Chare, next to the Law courts and a short distance from the main area of the Quayside.
Metro - Monument
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Monday - Thursday 11am - 11pm, Friday & Saturday 11am - 1am, Sunday 11am - 10.30pm.
Telephone: 0191 2617385.
Beers: Drinks menu
A fine selection of Craft and keg beers - Newcastle Brown Ale, Tontine (Nitro), Scorcher IPA (Nitro), Delirium Red (Nitro), Brooklyn Lager, Schofferhofer Grapefruit, Brugse Zot, Reaper#2, More Dry and Sour than your Mother in Law, Erdinger Weisbier, San Miguel, Tuborg on tap. There is a fine selection of cask ales that include ales from Clearwater Pale Ale, The Pursuit of Hoppiness IPA, Milk Coffee, Leeds Pale, Citra Star, Motorhead Road Crew and Ahopalypse Now. Ciders include Hog Father Cider, First Press Traditional Hard Cider, Founders Reserve Cider, Haymaker Cask Cider and Rekorderlig Premium Strawberry & Lime Cider. A good selection of wines, spirits, gins, cocktails and bottled drinks also available. Large selection of whiskies on offer.
Meals: Food Menu Christmas Menu
Food served daily from 11am - 8pm (Sunday until 5pm) every day with a choice of Breakfast and Brunch until 3pm - full Steam ahead £7.25, freee range eggs and streaky bacon £4.95, pancakes £4.95, breakfast ciabatta bap £3.95, porridge £3.95, fresh start £7.25. Other meals include sandwiches and wraps until 5pm £6.95, world flavours £9.95 - £16.95, burgers £9.95 - £14.95, own recipe 12 inch dogs £9.95, stonebaked arisan pizzas £9.00, handmade pie & mash £9.95, light bites £4.25 - £5.95, The Besler - any 3 light bites and beer flight sharer £14.95, sides £3.00. Desserts £4.25 (Trio sharing board of 3 desserts £9.95). Hot drinks £1.80 - £3.00.
Live Sports: shown here including football matches.
Music: Regular music is on play at most times. Live music is a regular feature on most nights. Sunday Sessions - Acoustic acts every Sunday from 8pm - 11pm. Thursday night open MIC club from 8.30pm.
Other Head of Steam bars:
Head of Steam
Large modern style kitchen/bar from Camerons that has changed from the Eye on the Tyne to a Head of Steam bar.
It also was formerly known as The Baltic Tavern and more recently Bonded Warehouse /Wig & Pen.
The bar is smartly decked out with a stylish look. There are large windows to the front that gives a bright and airy feel to the place with wooden flooring.
The decor is a mix of cream and maroon colours with brick walls. There is plenty of seating with wooden high tables and chairs and more comfortable settees.
Fully air conditioned throughout. Quiz night every Tuesday from 8.30pm. Open MIC night on a Thursday.
The bar is a firm favourite on the Quayside and popular with the business crowd and regular quayside revellers. It is busy at most times with the reasonably priced menu on offer.
Disabled access to main bar is very good. Toilets to the rear of the bar are small and clean.