Millennium Bridge


The Broad Chare  

25 Broad Chare, close to the Law courts and a short distance from the main area of the Quayside.

Metro - Monument
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Monday - Saturday from 11am - 11pm, Sunday 11pm - 10pm.
Telephone: 0191 2112144

Beers:   Beer List Menu   Brandy List Menu   Gin List Menu   Rum List Menu   Whisky List Menu   Wine List Menu
Beck's Vier, Camden Pale Ale, Camden Helles Lager, Goose Island IPA, West Heidi-Weisse, Estrella Damm, Guinness and West St Mungo on tap.
There is a selection of cask ales that are on or coming soon which include:
Wylam Brewery - The Writer's Block - Pale Ale ABV 4.1%
Out There Brewing Co - Nueva Cassini - Pale Ale - English ABV 4.1%
Out There Brewing Co - Ursa Major - Stout - Oatmeal ABV 5%
Firebrick Brewery - Pagan Queen - Blonde Ale ABV 4%
Harviestoun Brewery - Nitro Old Engine Oil - Stout - Other ABV 4.5%
Firestone Walker Brewing Company - Easy Jack - IPA - Session / India Session Ale ABV 4%
Anarchy Brew Co - Skin Deep - Pale Ale - International ABV 4.2%

Aspall's cyder also on offer. A good selection of wines, gins, whiskies and foreign bottled beers also available.

Meals:   Bar Snacks Menu   Dining Room Menu   Daily Specials Menu   Book a Table
Food on offer includes:
Bar menu -
Monday - Saturday 12pm - 10pm, Sunday 12pm - 5pm
snacks from £2.50 - £4.50,
bar food £4.90 - £12.50.
Dining Room menu -
Lunch: Monday - Saturday 12pm - 2.30pm, Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Dinner: Monday - Saturday 5.30pm - 10pm
small plates £6.50 - £8.50,
large plates £12.00 - £25.00,
on toast £8.00 - £10.00,
desserts £5.00 - £7.00,
sides £3.00 - £3.50,
cheeses £5.00 (selection of three - £12.00).
Dish of the day £13.50.
Sunday roast £14.50.
Daily Specials menu.

Special Deals: Daily specials advertised in bar. Dish of the day offer from £12.95.
Beer cocktails - snakebite £4.20, black 'n' white £4.90, black velvet £12.00, black 'n' tan £4.00.

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Music: None here.

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Small bar that is located next to the Live Theatre on Broad Chare.

The bar which has 2 floors has plenty of seating throughout.

Downstairs there is a small bar with standing room by the bar and high tables and stools by the window.

To the left of the main entrance there is a small seating area with stairs leading to the upstairs level which is mainly used by diners.

The decor is of a traditional style with low drop down lighting giving a warm feel to the place.

The bar is busy at most times of the day as there is a good range of ales and varied selection of meals on offer.

Disabled access is good with toilets downstairs.Toilets are small and clean.

Price: Moderate.