64-78 Osborne Road, Jesmond. Part of the Caledonian Hotel. A short walk to West Jesmond Metro Station.
Metro - West Jesmond
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from 12/04 Monday - Saturday 12pm - 11pm, Sunday 12pm - 10.30pm.
Telephone: 0191 2817881
Bar Website: phoenixbarjesmond.co.uk
Hotel Website: www.peelhotels.co.uk
Beers: Cocktail menu Wine menu
John Smith's Extra Cold, Kronenbourg 1664 Cold Premiere, Fosters, Stella Artois, San Miguel and Guinness on tap.
Ales include Boddingtons Pub Ale and Boddingtons Bitter.
Strongbow cider on offer.
An excellent range of cocktails, wines, bottled beers and spirits available.
Meals: Brunch menu Full menu Afternoon Tea menu
Food is served daily from 11am -10pm.
Brunch served every day from 11am to 3pm.
Full menu includes:
appetisers from £3.75 - £5.50,
starters/light bites from £4.50 - £15.00,
sandwiches £5.00 - £5.50,
main dishes £9.50 - £15.00,
from the flames £10.50 - £19.50,
sides £2.00 - £3.90,
Desserts £5.00 - £6.50
selection of cheeses £7.50.
Hot drinks are served at all times of the day £2.00 - £4.50.
Sunday Lunch served of 3 traditional roast meats with 2 courses £18.00 or 3 courses £22.00.
Afternoon Tea menu from 2pm - 5pm for £15.95 per person.
Hen party offer - glass of Prosecco £4.50 per person and the bride goes free with parties over 10 people.
Stag party offer - bucket of Budweiser or Becks £15.00 per person and the stag goes free with parties over 10 people.
Live Sports: Sky Sports & BT Sports shown with all live football, rugby, cricket, and tennis games featured on large screens.
Music: Regular music is on play at most times.
New Phoenix Bar & Restaurant is located in the heart of Jesmond on Osborne Road.
The bar that was formerly known as Billabong has been given a full refurbishment with change of name and freshen up of the outside terrace area.
Consisting of 2 classic contemporary bars, table service restaurant. 2 pool tables, large screen tv's for all your sporting events.
The glass entrance leads to a very bright and airy bar with a pine wooden floor and a small bar at one end.
The decor is a mixture of cream colours with very smart portrait pictures on the walls and there is spotlighting to the ceiling.
There is plenty of seating with modern style tables and chairs throughout the bar. This leads through to a further area at the rear that has additional seating of sofas and chairs.
There is a large widescreen TV inlaid in the wall as well as two other TV's on either side of a pillar, in the centre of the bar.
Live sports are shown on large screens with all live football featured.
At the rear of the bar there is also a further lounge seating area that has another small bar. This leads through to the restaurant and the main part of the Caledonian hotel.
Regular music is on play at most times as next to the main entrance by the bar there is an old Wurlitzer juke box.
The bar attracts a more upmarket crowd and is bustling with a mixture of young people, students and hotel guests at the weekend.
It is more relaxed through the week when it is a little quieter, however the place comes alive at the weekend.
Outside there is a very large forecourt split into two areas one of which is in an elevated position. There is plenty of tables and chairs and large awnings that cover the area with some heated lamps.
Disabled access can be difficult to the bar as there are steps leading to the main entrance. Toilets are medium sized and are smart and clean.
The prices for the hotel start from £45.00 per room (room only). Standby rates are available at the reception.