Duke of Wellington
High Bridge, opposite to The Stand, near to Bigg Market and the City Centre.
Metro - Central Station
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Sunday - Wednesday 11am - 11pm, Thursday - Saturday 11am - 12am.
Telephone: 0191 2614050
Camra real ale pub with 9 cask conditioned and guest ales on tap including:
Timothy Taylor's Brewery - Landlord - Pale Ale - English ABV 4.3%
Ossett Brewery - Yorkshire Blonde - Blonde Ale ABV 3.9%
St Austell Brewery - Tribute - Pale Ale - English ABV 4.2%
John Smith's, Heineken, Carling, Pravha, Leffe Blonde, Moretti, Hop House 13 Lager and Guinness also on tap.
Symonds, Strongbow and Strongbow Dark Fruit cider also on offer.
An excellent selection of wines available. Weekly wine and guest ale offer advertised.
Beer festivals held regularly through the year.
Meals: Food served Monday - Saturday 11am - 7pm, Snacks on a Sunday noon - 6pm. Food on offer includes:
main courses £3.50 - £4.95, sandwiches £2.25 - £2.50, toasties £2.25 - £2.50, jacket potatoes £2.95 and sides 95p. Duke's meal deal is available for £4.95 which includes a main course and guest ale.
Every day drinks deals with
pints of John Smiths, Carling, Pravha and Strongbow £3.00,
bottle of wine from £10.99,
Dukes Ale, Bass and Greene King IPA £2.50,
Rekorderligs 2 for £7.00,
double up on spirits for £1.25,
shots - sourz and sambuca 2 for £5.00,
2 x mini proseccos 2 for £9.00,
bottles of Desperados, Smirnoff ice, Heineken, Blue WKD 2 for £6.00 (mix & match).
Match day deals during NUFC home matches with pints of John Smiths, Carling and Pravha £2.60, selected ales £2.50.
Live Sports: Several widescreen TV's are located throughout the bar which features all live sports and Sky sports football.
Music: What's On
Regular music is on play with a juke box in one corner near to the toilets. Acoustic Thursday - Live music every Thursday night with free entry and pints of Carling and Strongbow £2.50.
Traditional medium sized pub with an L shaped bar and two main entrances that both lead on to High Bridge.
The pub has an excellent tradition of serving real ales and there are several on offer with beer festivals held regularly.
There is plenty of seating throughout with wooden tables and chairs and ample standing room around the bar.
The pub has a wooden floor and old pictures of Newcastle and portraits adorn the walls.
The pub is frequented by real ale drinkers, locals, and people on a night out. It is a very popular pub which is always busy at weekends and during the week.
Quiz night Monday from 9pm with free buffet.
Several widescreen TV's are located throughout the bar which feature all live sports and football.
Regular music is on play with a juke box in one corner near to the toilets. Free WiFi and air conditioning throughout pub.
Disabled access good to main bar but can be difficult to toilets which are small and reasonable.