The Old George
Old George Yard, Cloth Market, down back lane in heart of the Bigg Market.
Metro - Monument
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Monday - Thursday 11pm - 11pm, Friday & Saturday 11am - 2am, Sunday 12pm - 11pm.
Telephone: 0191 2603035
Beers: Drinks Menu Gin Menu
A good selection of craft beers and ciders, gins, bottled drinks and red & white wines available. Craft beers and Ciders include - Brooklyn Lager, Anchor Steam, Meantime Chocolate Porter, Goose Island Honkers, Brewdog Vagabond Pale Ale, The Bears Spirit Ale, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale, Blue Moon. Erdinger Heffe Weisbier and Urban Orchard Cider.
Meals: Breakfast Menu Main Menu Sunday Menu Kids Menu Non Gluten Menu Buffet Menu Festive Fayre Menu Reserve a table
Food served Monday - Friday 12pm - 8pm, Saturday 12pm - 7pm, Sunday 12pm - 6pm with a choice of Breakfast including Full English or vegetarian breakfast £5.25, traditional or traditional vegetarian breakfast £3.75, sausage & egg muffin £3.50, double sausage & egg muffin £4.00, bacon & egg muffin £3.50, quorn sausage and egg muffin £3.50, pancakes £2.50 - £3.00, porridge £2.75, avocado on toast £4.00.
Double sausage and egg muffin, topped with hash brown and a drink £5.00.
Main meals on offer include:
small plates £4.00 (any 3 for £9.00 or 5 for £14.00),
sharers £6.50 - £11.75,
mains £8.00 - £11.00,
pizzas £8.25 - £10.25,
burgers £8.50 - £11.00 (upgrade chips to flavoured or sweet potato fries 50p),
salads/ bowls £7.50 - £9.00,
sandwiches £5.50 - £6.00 (add chips or fries £1.50, sweet potato fries £2.00),
sticky wings 10 for £5.75, 20 for £10.50, 30 for £15.00, pizza cone £10.25,
sides £2.25 - £2.75.
Desserts £3.25 - £3.75.
Hot Drinks £1.75 - £3.25.
Vegetarian meals are available.
2 meals for £10.00 all day Monday - Friday.
Lunch and a soft drink £6.50 Monday - Friday 12pm - 4pm.
Kids menu - pick 'n' mix and a pudding £4.00, main and pudding £4.00.
Grazy Sunday - Sunday Roast £9.50, Roast Lamb Shank £11.50, Triple Roast £10.50, graze on topped roasties all day.
Pizza and a drink £9.00 all day and every day (upgrade your drink for £1.00 extra).
Monday from 5pm - Spritz cocktails and craft beers £3.00.
Monday - Margherita pizza £5.00 all day.
Tuesday - wings 4 for £1.00 all day.
Wednesday - craft your burger for £5.00 all day.
Thursday - Gin of the month - a double with fever tree tonic for £5.00 all day.
Friday - a bottle of Prosecco £14.00.
Cocktails from £4.95 Monday - Friday from 5pm - 8pm.
Sunday - Grazy Sunday - small plates 3 for £9.00, 5 for £14.00, graze on topped roasties all day.
Live Sports: All major sporting events are shown with BT and Sky football matches, Rugby, Cricket and Horse Racing featured. You can book a table for an event if required.
Music: Live music in bar with no cover charge. DJ a regular feature during the week. Open Mic night Thursday and Sunday from 7pm.
A large historical pub that is reputed to be one of the oldest pubs in Newcastle, dating back to the 16th century (1582).
It was formerly a coaching inn and retains its original low ceiling and wooden beams.
The pub is split on three levels with a smart lounge and dining area upstairs with comfortable seating.
The main part of the pub has a long narrow bar with another smaller bar to the side. It also has plenty of seating with tables and chairs, and a large open fire near the main entrance.
The lower level has a small bar with wooden tables and chairs and wooden panelling on the walls.
Free function room upstairs for parties.
Very lively at weekends with a DJ a regular feature, quieter during the week.
All major sporting events are shown with Sky Sports and BT football matches and Horse Racing featured.
Is used by a mixed clientele of diners, shoppers and people on nights out in the Bigg Market. Live music in bar with no cover charge.
Open Mic night on Thursday and Sunday. Seating area outside which is used in the summer. Free WiFi.
Disabled access to main bar good but difficult to toilets as upstairs. Toilets are small and reasonable.
Historical pub in the Bigg Market --- One of the oldest drinking places dating from the 16th century (1582) with royal connections.
King Charles 1st is reputed to have drank here. The Charles 1st room and chair in which he sat still exists.