JesmondThe Carriage

 

The Carriage  

Location:
rear of Archbold Terrace, close to the Northumbria University and Jesmond Metro station. 10 minutes walk from the Haymarket.

Metro - Jesmond
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Open:
Sunday - Thursday 12pm - 11.30pm, Friday & Saturday 12pm -12am.
Telephone: 0191 2819900
Facebook: facebook.com/thecarriagejesmond

Beers: Cask conditioned ales include:
S43 Brewery - Supernal (Late Hop Pale) - Pale Ale - American ABV 4.5%
Beavertown - Neck Oil - IPA - Session / India Session Ale ABV 4.3%
Anarchy Brew Co - X-Ray Eyes - IPA - Session / India Session Ale ABV 5.1%
Allendale Brewery Co Ltd - Golden Plover - Golden Ale ABV 4%
Cullercoats Brewery - Sandpiper - IPA - Session / India Session Ale ABV 3.6%
Three Kings Brewery - Seven Days Pale Ale - Pale Ale - English ABV 4%
The Consett Ale Works - Red Dust - Red Ale - American Amber / Red ABV 4.5% John Smith's, Moretti, Amstel, Hop House 13 Lager and Guinness Cold also on tap.
Strongbow Dark Fruit cider also available.
There is also a good range of cocktails and spirits on offer.


Meals:
Vegan meals served.
Sunday kitchen from 12pm - 5pm with starters & sides £5.00,
mains £10.00,
desserts £5.00 each,
kids menu £7.00.




Special Deals:
Special offer on doubles at £2.60 (singles £1.60) and Cocktails and Shooters £1.60.
Flavoured vodkas are also available at £1.50.


Live Sports: none shown here.


Music: Regular music is on play at most times.

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Large pub that was formerly the old Jesmond train station.

The pub has retained many of its original features and there is a train carriage attached at one end that is now used as an Indian restaurant, Valley Junction 397.

There are two entrances that lead through to an L shaped mahogany bar. The interior is fully carpeted and is very nicely decorated throughout with mahogany and glass panelling.

As you enter one of the doors to the right you are greeted with a display of an old model train.

There is plenty of comfortable leather lounge seating with tables and chairs opposite the bar, with more intimate alcoved seating areas throughout the pub.

The subdued lighting creates a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere with nice lighting fixtures along the top of the bar.

Two notable features are an old lamp post in the centre and an antique fireplace towards the rear of the bar.

There is also a large tiger above one of the main entrances. There are a mixed selection of modern pictures and portraits displayed on the walls.

The pub is frequented by business people, students and those looking for an alternative scene. It is also a popular haunt with families on a weekend as it is children friendly.

The pub has a large outside seating area with several wooden table & benches.

There is a Quiz night every Tuesday from 8.30pm - 11pm (50p per person) with a cash jackpot. Several games machines are dotted about.

A Jazz night is held every week on a Sunday. Private parties can be arranged.

Disabled access to main bar very good. Toilets are small and clean.



Price: Reasonable.