Central StationBlackgate

 

Raffertys  

Location:
29-31 Pink Lane. A short distance from the Central Station.

Metro - Central Station
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Open:
from 4th July 2020 every day from 11am - 1am.
Telephone: 0191 2323269
Facebook: facebook.com/raffertysncl

Beers: John Smith's, Stella Artois, Carling, Guinness, Coors Light, Maltsmiths IPA, Moretti and Fosters on tap.
Strongbow, Strongbow Dark Fruit and Woodpecker cider also available.
A good range of gins, shooters, cocktails and bottled drinks are also available.


Meals:
Freshly made sandwiches available. Drinking bar only.


Special Deals: All prices are very reasonable with special reductions on draught and gins Sunday - Friday 11am - 6pm.
Gins £4.85 with mixer (double up for extra £2.00), 4 J Bombs and Amaretto Bombs £5.50, 3 selected bottles £6.00, house trebles £3.60.
Prosecco bottles £9.95 every Friday.
Draught beers - all day and every day
John Smith's £2.60.
Theakston's Best Bitter £2.60.
Fosters £2.70.
Carling £2.70.
Woodpecker £2.80.
Strongbow £2.90.
Strongbow Dark Fruit £2.90.
Stella Artois £3.25.
Guinness £3.25.
Maltsmiths IPA £3.75.
Moretti £4.00.
Cocktails - Monday - Wednesday £6.60, Thursday - Sunday £7.10.


Live Sports: Live football and six nations rugby are featured.


Music: Regular music on play at most times with a juke box located in the centre of the pub.

Click for Review
Medium sized comfortable cosy bar that has expanded into what was formerly Quin's pub next door.
There is plenty of comfortable seating throughout with predominantly tables and chairs.
To the front of the pub there is a raised seating area and there is also ample standing space around the side of the bar.

The pub has large glass windows and copper and glass flickering lights above the bar that give the pub a bright and airy atmosphere.
There are wooden beams on the ceiling by the main bar area with a widescreen TV above an open fireplace. A further TV is located at the rear of the bar.
The pub is nicely decorated in a traditional Newcastle pub style with old Newcastle pictures and adverts on the walls.

The bar that used to be Quin's can be accessed from a separate door outside or a connecting door at the rear.
There is a separate bar where drinks can be obtained and there is also plenty of seating. To the rear there is a small U shaped area with more comfortable seating.
There are further widescreen TV's to be found in the this part of the pub making it a good place to watch the live sporting events. Live football and six nations rugby are featured.
Very busy at most times with mainly a local clientele and packed on match days. Function Room available for hire.

Regular music on play at most times with a juke box located in the centre of the pub.

Disabled access to main bar good with the toilets at the rear of the pub. Toilets are small and clean.

Price: Very Reasonable.