Duke of Northumberland
18 Clayton Street, close to the Grainger Market and Eldon Square Shopping centre.
Metro - Monument
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from 17/05 Monday 11am - 7pm, Tuesday & Wednesday 11am - 4pm, Thursday 11am - 7pm, Friday & Saturday 11am - 10pm.
Telephone: 0191 2320658
John Smith's, Fosters, Amstel, Stella Artois, Theakston Best Bitter, McEwan's Best Scotch and Exhibition on tap.
Woodpecker, Strongbow and Strongbow Dark Fruit cider on offer.
A good selection of sprits and wines available.
Meals: Sandwiches freshly made all day and every day.
Pints of Fosters and John Smith's £2.00 Monday - Friday.
25ml Standard spirit and mixer £2.70, 25ml Standard spirit and mixer £3.25.
Buy 2 glasses of large wine and get rest of the bottle free all day Monday - Thursday.
Bottles of Budweiser, Desperados, Sol, Heineken and WKD £2.80 all day and every day.
Bottles of Bulmers or Kopparberg £3.60 (2 bottles for £6.00) all day and every day.
Double up on spirits for £1 or £2.
Maloyalty student card - get 20% off and a free drink every week.
Live Sports: Live sports including premiership football, racing, boxing and six nations rugby featured on large screen and several TV's throughout the pub.
Music: Regular music on play at most times with a large CD juke box located near the entrance.
Karaoke held on certain days.
Large traditional old Newcastle pub that is very similar in appearance to the former Lord Collingwood pub that was further down the street.
There are two main entrances that lead through to a large main bar. There is also two TV's either side of each entrance and a large drop down screen to the left hand side.
The pub has plenty of seating throughout with tables and chairs around the interior of the pub and there is also ample standing room around the bar.
There are numerous old pictures and portraits hung around the walls and a high ceiling which gives the pub a spacious feel.
The pub is usually packed with locals, market traders and shoppers at lunchtime. It is also very busy on match days.
Live sports including premiership football, racing, boxing and six nations rugby featured on large screen and several TV's throughout the pub.
A large CD juke box is situated near the entrance and regular music is on play most of the time. A dart board is also located at the rear of the pub.
Free room hire can be arranged with a buffet for karaoke or disco entertainment. The pub could do with a little updating in places however this does not deter the locals.
Disabled access good. The toilets are small and reasonable.