Tyneside Irish Centre
43-49 Gallowgate, near to Newcastle United Football stadium, close to Chinatown.
Metro - St James
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Monday - Wednesday from 1pm - 10pm, Thursday & Friday 1pm - 11pm, Saturday 12pm - 12am, Sunday 12pm - 9pm (Concert Room until 10.30pm).
Telephone: 0191 2610384
Beers: Tetley's Smoothflow, Tennent's Lager, Guinness, Hop House 13 Lager, Fosters, Coors Light, Murphy's, Stella Artois, Heineken and McEwans's Best Scotch on tap.
Cask ales include:
Marston's Brewery - Wainwright - Golden Ale ABV 4.1%
Strongbow, Strongbow Dark Fruit cider and Woodpecker cider also on offer.
A good selection of spirits and wines available.
Meals: A selection of Snacks available.
All week - pints of Strongbow, Coors Light, John Smith's and Tetleys Real Ale £2.50.
5 bottles £10.00 during televised sporting events.
Live Sports: Live TV sports shown throughout the bar. Irish sports also shown.
Music: Regular music on play at most times with free live music four nights a week, Function Room available for hire - 200 capacity Ceili Band, Buffet, Disco available for functions, Sunday Night Dances (£2 entry.) A Ceili for all (every first Sunday). Sessions in the lounge Monday and Thursday
Popular Irish club that is set out over 2 floors. The club serves an excellent pint of the black stuff - one of the best in town.
The downstairs bar has limited seating with a pool table and TV's to watch the live sport.
The upstairs room is usually used for functions/parties and features live music at times.
The Centre attracts a steady clientele of locals, Irish visitors and is very busy on match days being close to St James Park.
A Tyneside Irish Festival is held every year with Irish themed events advertised.
Disabled access is good with a ramp to the front/lift upstairs and disabled toilet. Toilets are small and reasonable.