The Cosy Dove
62-64 Hunters Road, Spital Tongues, a ten minute walk from the Haymarket.
Metro - St James
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Every day from 12pm - 11pm.
Telephone: 0191 2602895
Beers: Wine List Gin List
A great selection of craft beers, cask ales and wines on offer. Real Ales include Cosy Dove Ale, Theakston's XB and Deuchars. Other beers on offer include Coast to Coast Pale Ale, Theakston Peculiar Pale Ale, Heineken, Amstel, Moretti, Murphy's Stout and Theakstons Best Bitter. Strongbow cider also available. A good selection of wines, gins on offer.
Meals: Menu Sunday Lunch menu
Food available 12pm - 9pm Monday to Saturday with a choice of starters from £3.95 - £5.95, ciabatta sandwiches £5.95, bar snacks £4.95 - £5.95, pub classics from £5.00 - £12.95, burgers to build £9.95, from the grill £8.95 - £15.95, sides £1.95 - £3.75, desserts £5.50, cheese board £9.95.
Sunday Lunch served 12pm - 6pm with starters from £4.95 - £5.95, mains from £8.95 - £12.95, desserts £4.95, cheese board £7.95.
Tea and coffee available £2.20 - £2.40.
Afternoon tea for 2 £9.50 per person.
Special Deals: What's on at the Cosy Dove
Mondays - Quiz Night
Thursday - Steak Night 8oz - Sirloin or Rump £10
Friday - Prosecco £15 a bottle
Saturday - 2 Steaks and any House Wine £30
Sunday - Student Quiz Night. During Term Time
Happy Hours Monday - Thursday 10pm - 11pm, Sunday 6pm - 11pm
House Real Ales £2.00 a Pint
House Draughts £2.00 a Pint
Red Stripe £2.00
House G & T £2.00
House Rum & mixer £2.00
House Vodka & mixer £2.00
Live Sports: Live Sky sports football and cricket shown.
Music: Regular music is on play at most times. A folk band is featured every Wednesday evening.
Medium sized bar/restaurant that was previously known as the Spital House.
There is plenty of seating throughout the bar with a menu which offers both traditional and modern British Cuisine with all dishes freshly prepared.
The bar offers a good range of cask ales and craft beers with a fine selection of wines. There is a cosy atmosphere with a real open fire.
The Cosy Dove offers something for everyone just a short walk from the the city centre. It's a village pub in the city.
The bar attracts a steady clientele of students and locals and has become a popular venue in the Spital Tongues area.
There is outside seating to the side of the pub which is used in fine weather.
There is plenty of seating throught the bar with a section for diners and some benches and tables and high tables and chairs.
The bar is smartly decked out with Low drop down lighting over the bar.
A quiz night is held every Monday night from 8.30pm. Free WiFi throughout bar.
Free car park to the rear of the pub.
Disabled access is good with the pub all on the one level and disabled toliet to the rear of the bar. Toilets are small and clean.