Central StationBlackgate

 

The Telegraph  

Location:
on the corner of Orchard Street and Forth Street, behind the Central Station.

Metro - Central Station
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Open:
Monday - Thursday 12pm - 2am, Friday 11am - 2am, Saturday 11am - 2.30am, Sunday 12pm - 2.30am.
Telephone 0191 2618991.

Beers: John Smith's, Amstel, Moretti, Fosters, Hop House 13 Lager, Heineken, Tiger, Blue Moon, Krusovice, Kronenbourg 1664 and Guinness Extra Cold on tap.
Ales on offer include:
S43 Brewery - Abolition - Red Ale - American Amber / Red ABV 3.8%
Three Kings Brewery - Seven Days Pale Ale - Pale Ale - English ABV 4%
Three Kings Brewery - Sweetwater River - Blonde Ale ABV 4.2%
Cullercoats Brewery - Jack The Devil - Extra Special / Strong Bitter ABV 4.5%
Lagunitas Brewing Company - DayTime IPA IPA - Session / India Session Ale ABV 4%
Sharp's Brewery - Doom Bar - English Bitter ABV 4%

Symonds, Strongbow and Strongbow Dark Fruit cider also on offer.
An extensive range of cocktails and wines available.


Meals:
Food served all day from 11am until 5pm. Main meals, light snacks, sandwiches, toasted ciabattas and jacket potatoes available.
A selection of light snacks and sandwiches are also on offer to eat in or take away.
A daily specials board also has meals on offer.
A three course Sunday lunch is served between 12pm and 5pm with starters £2.95, 1 course for £5.95,
2 courses for £7.50 or 3 courses for £9.50 (3 course and bottle of wine £18.00).
Freshly made pizzas to eat in or takeaway to midnight. Tea, Coffee or chocolate 80p - £1.50.




Special Deals:
Bar snacks choose any 4 for £10.00, Add bottle of wine for £20.00,
Cocktails £5.95.
Students - 10% off all food and drinks.
Zesty blood orange Bulmers £2.95 or 2 for £5.00.


Live Sports: none shown here.


Music: There is regular music on play at most times with a juke box located near to the bar. A DJ is also a regular feature on a Thursday - Sunday. Live bands appear every Wednesday from 7.30pm.

Click for Review
Medium sized corner pub close to the Central Station that dates back to the 19th century when it was called The Telegraph Inn.

The pub has a small L shaped pine wooden bar and the interior has been extended inside to give a more spacious and comfortable feel to the place.

There is plenty of seating in small comfortable booths to the rear and tables and chairs in other parts of the bar.

There is also some additional seating in comfortable armchairs and ample standing space.

The decoration is in a modern style with pastel red and cream colours and part wooden panelling.

There is a nice pine wooden floor at the front part and carpeting to the rear of the bar.

There are also several modern pictures and light fixtures on the walls with smart changeable drop down lighting throughout the pub.

There is regular music on play at most times with a juke box located near to the bar. A DJ is also a regular feature on a Thursday - Sunday.

Live bands appear every Wednesday. Quiz night every fortnight on a Monday.

The pub attracts a steady crowd of locals, students and business people.

There are no TV's on show.

Disabled access is very good with a disabled toilet at the rear. The toilets are small and clean. There is a heated rooftop beer garden with room for 125 persons, with fantastic views over the River Tyne. A free function room is available for private hire on a Tuesday.

Price: Moderate.