Millennium Bridge

 

Pitcher & Piano  

Location:
108 Quayside, next to Gateshead Millennium bridge. Opposite Malmaison Hotel. Overlooking the Tyne.

Metro - Monument
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Open:
Monday - Thursday 10am - 12am, Friday 10am - 1am, Saturday 9am - 1am, Sunday 9am - 12am.
Telephone: 0191 232 4110
Fax: 0191 232 4120
Email: newcastle@pitcherandpiano.com
Facebook: facebook.com/pitcherandpiano
Twitter: twitter.com/pitcherandpiano
Website: www.pitcherandpiano.com

Beers:   Drinks Menu
Marston's Pedigree, Banks, Hobgoblin real ales. Amstel, Moretti, Guinness, Red Stripe, Peroni, Shipyard Ale, Heineken, Becks Vier and Lowenbrau on tap. Rekorderlig cider also on offer. A full range of bottled beers and an extensive selection of cocktails, wines, shooters, pitchers and champagnes are available.

Meals:   Breakfast Menu   Food Menu   Roast Menu
Food served daily Monday- Thursday until 10pm, Friday, Saturday and Sunday until 11pm. The menu includes Breakfast from £3.50 - £7.95 (P&P breakfast £6.50, big breakfast £7.95, veggie breakfast £5.50, bacon or sausage buttie £3.95), grazers £4.50 - £5.50 (2 for £8.50, 3 for £12.50), sandwiches & flatbreads £7.25 - £9.50, food we love £5.50 - £8.95, mains £7.95 - £12.95, burgers £8.50 - £13.50, sides £1.95 - £4.25. Sunday Roast from 12pm £10.50 (ultimate sharing Sunday Roast £35.00 for 4 people, kids roast £5.25). Meals are served both upstairs and downstairs. There is also a selection of vegetarian dishes. A range of puddings £4.25 - £5.50 is also on offer. Tea and coffee £2.20 - £2.90.
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Special Deals: All day Monday - Friday 2 dine with wine Buy any 2 dishes from £5 Munch For Less menu and add a bottle of house wine for just £5. All day all week Enjoy a bottle of Sutter Home Unoaked Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon for £9.95. Friday & Saturday Cocktail pitchers £10, Jagerbombs for 2 for 1, Shots £1.50.


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Music: There is regular music playing at all times with a resident DJ and Live music is also a feature on certain nights.

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Very large modern glass fronted pub with two floors. The pub has a bar on each floor and an open air roof terrace upstairs. The bar is beautifully decorated throughout with a maroon and beige colour scheme and smart wooden flooring.

Downstairs there is a long semi- circular bar. The pub is very bright and airy by day with a glass exterior which offers an exceptional view of the Gateshead Millennium bridge, Sage Music Centre and the Baltic on the riverside. This view is even more spectacular from the roof terrace.

The décor throughout the pub is very modern with plenty of seating in all areas. The main bar downstairs has a raised seating area at one end for diners that also has comfortable leather backed seating and a large glass mirror above an open fireplace. There is also wooden tables and chairs in the other parts of the bar where meals can now be served. At the other end of the bar there is some leather settees and small booths. The upstairs has a smaller bar and also has some comfortable seating with meals also served in this area. The bar is exceptionally busy at all times, especially at weekends, attracting an up market clientele, local business people and Quayside revellers. There is regular music playing at all times with a resident DJ and Live music is also a feature on certain nights. In the summer on occasion there is seating outside in the area next to the Quayside. A cash link machine is located near to the toilets. Private areas can be hired in the bar - ask at bar for details.

Disabled access is second to none with a lift to the upstairs bar and a small lift to the raised area in the main bar. There is also a designated disabled toilet on the lower level. The toilets are very modern, clean and smart.

Price: Expensive.