The Town Wall
Bewick House, Forth Lane. Opposite to St Mary's church, a short distance from the Central Station.
Metro - Central Station
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Monday - Thursday 12pm to 12am, Friday & Saturday 12pm to 1am, Sunday 12pm to 11pm.
Telephone: 0191 2323000
Beers: Drinks Menu
Becks Vier, Brooklyn Lager, Peroni, Camden Hells Ale, Schofferhofer Zitrone, Estrella Damm and Guinness on tap.
A good selection of keg and cask ales include:
Almasty Brewing Co - Simple Pleasures - IPA - New England ABV 3.5%
Northern Monk - Patrons Project 10.07 // Northern Bloc // Culinary Concepts // HOMES // Ology // Fruited Sour IPA - IPA - Sour ABV 7%
Wylam Brewery - Midnight On Temple Street - Stout - Oatmeal ABV 5.5%
Out There Brewing Co - Nueva Cassini - Pale Ale - English ABV 4.1%
Wylam Brewery (collab with DEYA Brewing Company) - Not Bad For A Woden's Day - English Bitter ABV 4.7%
Wylam Brewery (collab with Yeastie Boys) - Wxy5 - IPA - International ABV 7%
Two By Two - New England Citra - Pale Ale - American ABV 4.3%
Black Lodge Brewery - Knoxville Girl - Pale Ale - American ABV 5.9%
Wylam Brewery - Jakehead IPA - IPA - American ABV 6.3%
71 Brewing - Blueberry Fields - Sour - Fruited ABV 4.2%
Affinity Brew Co - Social Seduction - IPA - American ABV 6.5%
Aspalls Suffolk Cider also on offer.
A good selection of spirits, gins, cocktails, bottled drinks and wines are also available.
Meals: Menu Sunday Lunch Menu
Food served Monday - Thursday until 9pm, Friday - Sunday to 7pm)
bar snacks £3.00,
lights £4.00 - £6.00,
sharing boards £13.00 - £15.00,
bowls & plates £9.00 - £13.00,
hand held (sandwiches) £7.00 - £9.00,
loaded fries £4.00,
Kids menu available.
Puddings £5.00. Cheeseboard £6.00.
Sunday Roast £10.00 - £11.00.
Buffets also available for functions on request.
Special Deals: None advertised in bar.
Live Sports: none shown here.
Music: Regular music is on play at most times.
Large bar that is housed in a grade 2 listed building which was occupied formerly by Thomas Bewick.
The bar which is the sister pub to The Bridge Tavern on the Quayside was more recently known as Coco V
It offers a good selection of cask ales and reasonable priced meals.
The decor and furnishings are of a traditional style with exposed brickwork, original tiling, wooden floor and low drop down lighting.
There is plenty of seating throughout with tables and chairs in a raised area at the front and more comfortable leather settees in the centre of the bar.
There is also some high chairs next to the bar.
The large windows to the front and side also make the place bright and airy through the day.
Regular music is on play at most times.
Food is served both in the bar and in the basement dining and cinema room, which is available for private hire.
The bar attracts a mixed clientele of business people, students and people making there way to and from the railway station which is nearby.
There is a small outside seating area at the side of the pub.
Disabled access is very good with a designated disabled toilet to the rear. The toilets are smart and clean.