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The Jolly Fisherman on the Quay  

96 East Quayside, next to the law courts, close to the riverside.

Metro - Monument
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Telephone 0191 2617011

Beers: Theakstons Best Bitter, Heineken, Amstel, Murphys, Moretti and Affligem Cold on tap. Symonds and Cloudy Apple cider also on offer. 6 Real Ales include The Jolly Ale, Theakstons Infallible, Green Hop Ale and Golden Cauldron. There is also 4 craft beers including Newcastle Brown Ale, Caledonian Coast, Thekstons Peculiar and Lagunitas. An excellent range of gins and whiskies, cocktails and wines is available.

Meals:   Food Menu   Book a Table
Food served all day with Lunch - lighter bite/starters from £5.50 - £8.95, mains £10.95 - £14.95, starboard catches £2.95. Evening menu - starters from £5.50 - £8.95, mains £12.95 - £24.95, starboard catches £2.95, desserts £6.95, cheese board £9.95. Check out the daily specials blackboard near to the bar for daily catch of the day and other special offers. Bar snacks available for £3.00.

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Further Afield: Check out The Jolly Fisherman's sister bar in Craster. This pub also serves a fine range of fish dishes and was Northumberland pub of the year for 2015

Click here for more information on the Craster pub.

Special Deals: Reduced drinks prices advertised in the bar.

Live Sports: none shown.

Music: Regular music is on play at most times.

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New bar /restaurant that is the sister pub/restaurant to The Jolly Fisherman in Craster, Northumberland.

The bar is close to the law courts and the Travelodge Hotel on Newcastle Quayside and was formerly known as The Waterline.

Food on offer is a range of fish dishes. There is plenty of seating available with predominantly wooden tables and chairs throughout the bar. There is also additional seating on high tables and chairs to the centre with more comfortable leather backed seating to be found in other areas of the bar.

The pub has a bright and modern colour scheme with a mixture of cream colours/ ropework to the ceiling and walls and smart cylindrical drop down lighting over the bar. The entrance has a glass frontage that gives a bright feel to the place. This leads on to a large seating area outside that offers splendid views of the Quayside and the River Tyne.

It is extremely busy in fine weather and there are heated lamps in use when it is cooler.

Regular music is on play most of the time with candles on the table in the evening creating a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere.

The restaurant is located up a flight of stairs near to the main entrance. The bar attracts a mixed clientele of business people, and people on a night out. It is very busy most of the time, especially on the weekend with Quayside revellers.

Disabled access is very good to all parts of the bar, with a disabled toilet located to the left of the main bar. Toilets are medium sized, smart and clean.

Price: Moderate.