St James's ParkCivic Centre


Bealim House  

17-25 Gallowgate, Close to shops and opposite The Gate complex. A short distance from St James Park.

Metro - St James
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Monday - Thursday 11.30am - 11pm, Friday 11.30am - 12am, Saturday 11am - 12am, Sunday 12pm - 10.30pm.
Telephone: 0191 2212266
Bookings: Book online

Beers:   Drinks menu
Becks, Corona, Stella Artois, Alpha Delta Brewing - Hera, Camden Hells Lager, Camden Pale Ale, Guinness and Guinness Cold on tap.

Magners and Magners Dark Fruits cider also on offer.
A good range of bottled drinks, cocktails, wines, gins and spirits available.
A gin still is sited in the downstairs bar where Newcastle Gin is made and served in the bar. Real Ale flights available.
Self serve lager tables on 1st floor with lager kegs for up to 10 people sharing (30 litre keg - 53 pints of lager) from £190 - £210.

Meals:   Food menu   NE1 Restaurant Week menu
Food is served everyday until 9pm (Sunday 8pm) in the bar area downstairs or upstairs on the first floor.
small plates £3.50 - £5.75,
flatbreads (from 11am - 7pm) £6.50 - £8.00,
pasta £6.50 - £7.50,
burgers £10.00 - £12.00,
sandwiches £7.50.
wraps £6.95 - £7.50.
Hot drinks available.
Sunday Lunch menu served with 2 courses £15.00 or 3 courses £18.00.

Special Deals:
The Vaulkhard Group Loyalty card gives you privileges and discounts across the entire Vaulkhard Group of bars/pubs - half price full English Breakfast before 11.30am.
Sunday Lunch menu served with 2 courses £15.00 or 3 courses £18.00. Roasts £11.50.

Live Sports: Live football shown on TV's throughout the bar.

Music: Regular music is on play at all times. Live music - Acoustic night every Friday from 8pm.

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Large bar/ restaurant over two floors that was previously known as Fluid.

Bealim House is Newcastle's first Gin distillery, bar and eatery.

The bar is home to The Newcastle Gin Company and has the city's only working in-house Gin still.

There is an abundance of seating throughout with tables and chairs in every area upstairs and down to cater for the lunchtime diners.

The bar is smartly decked out with a wooden floor, wooden panelling and exposed brick walls.

The pub is bright and airy with large windows to the front and wooden blinds.

The downstairs level has a long bar with a wooden floor and the Gin still is a noteable feature located to the left hand side of the bar.

There is pipe-work interlaced in the ceiling and smart low down drop lighting.

The upstairs is accessed by two large staircases from the main entrance and to the right side of the bar.

On this level there is a further bar with shelving and high stools that run along the length of the window.

There is also additional seating and the decor is mainly the same as downstairs.

Regular music is on play at all times. Live music - Acoustic night every Friday from 8pm.

The pub is very busy at all times attracting a mixed clientele of locals, business people, football crowd and shoppers.

It is particularly busy on match days given its sporting theme and position.

Private hire can be arranged with a large table provided (for up to 10 people) with its own beer pump. You can then pour your own beer from a keg of your choice. Contact the bar for further details.

Disabled access is very good with a designated disabled toilet located next to the main bar. Toilets can be accessed downstairs from the main bar and there are further toilets on the upper level. They are small and clean and in good order.

Other Vaulkhard group bars:
Barluga Gosforth
Bee Hive
Blackie Boy (Swarley's)
Bob Trollop
The Bridge Tavern
The Mushroom
Offshore 44
Pacific House
Quilted Camel
Red House
The Town Wall

Price: Reasonable.