Millennium Bridge


The Quayside  

35 The Close, next to the Copthorne Hotel. Situated next River Tyne & to the night club 'Riverside'.

Metro - Monument
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Monday - Thursday 8am - midnight, Friday & Saturday 8am - 1am, Sunday 8am - midnight.
Telephone: 0191 2111050.

Beers:   Drinks Menu
Bud Light, Heineken, Kronenbourg 1664, Fosters, Stella Artois, Carling Extra Cold, Coors Light, Carlsberg, Tuborg, San Miguel and Guinness Extra Cold on tap. There are also a selection of house and guest real ales available including Abbot Ale, John Smith's, Sharp's Doom Bar, Shipyard American Pale Ale and Ruddles. Craft Ales with Brewdog Punk IPA, Crafty Dan 13 Guns American IPA, Sixpoint The Crisp, Sixpoint Bengali, Brooklyn Lager, Hogstar English Lager, Hopping Hog IPA, Hazy Hog Cloudy English Cider, Meantime London Lager and Lagunitas IPA. Ciders on offer include Strongbow Dark Fruit, Thatchers Gold, Magners and Strongbow cider. A wide range of world bottled beers also available and a good selection of gins, wines, shooters, spirits and cocktails. The pub has been awarded the Cask Marque for beer perfection. Regular Beer festivals.

Meals:   Full Menu
Excellent selection of main meals served all day until 11pm (Breakfast until 12 noon). Club meals include Mexican Monday, Steak Club Tuesday, Chicken Club Wednesday, Curry club Thursday, Fish Friday. All club meals include a selected drink. Meals on offer include small plates, sharers, deli deals, salads and pastas, burgers & dogs, chicken & ribs, burritos, pub classics, grills, gourmet burgers & sandwiches and desserts. Children's menu available. Tea and coffee available.

Special Deals: Special deals on drinks and meals on most days are advertised in the bar.

Live Sports: none shown here.

Music: Regular music is on play at most times with a DJ a regular feature on a Thursday, Friday & Saturday.

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Very large JD Wetherspoon's pub that is sited in an historical area of the Quayside, overlooking the Tyne.

There is an outside seating at the front which affords a good view of the river, Tyne bridge and passing trains.

The main bar area has a stone floor and a long narrow wooden bar. There is a huge multi coloured flashing panel behind the bar with smart drop down lighting over it.

The bar area also has some widescreen TV's that feature music and videos. There is plenty of seating throughout the pub including a seating area upstairs.

The pub has retained its high ceiling and wooden beams but the most noticeable change is that it has been opened out making it more spacious.

It can be accessed from two glass doors at the rear which lead on to the courtyard area.

The courtyard has additional seating which is covered by a huge canopy and there are some heated lamps, a small outside bar is used on occasion. This area is particularly busy when there is fine weather.

The rear of the bar is mostly carpeted and there is also a family room to one side. There are stairs at the rear that lead to a smaller bar upstairs that has a small bar and further seating for diners.

Regular music is on play at most times with a DJ a regular feature on a Thursday, Friday & Saturday.

The pub is extremely popular at all times, especially on the weekend due to its position and the special deals available on meals and drinks. Free WiFi throughout bar.

The bar attracts a mixed crowd of business people, locals, tourists, diners and a younger crowd at weekends. There are excellent baby changing and disabled facilities available. Toilets are small and clean.

Children Friendly: There is a separate area of the bar where children are allowed access. There are also meals for children available. No under 18's permitted after 6pm.

Price: Very reasonable for the area. Probably the best value for money on the Quayside.