2a Hancock Street, beside the Civic Centre near to Hancock's Museum.
Metro - Haymarket
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Monday 12pm - 12am, Tuesday - Sunday 11am - 12am.
Telephone: 0191 2815653
Bookings: Book online
Beers: Drinks Menu Festive Drink Packages Menu
John Smith's, Carling Extra Cold, Peroni, Coors Light, Stella Artois, Heineken, Hop House 13 Lager and Guinness Cold on tap.
Strongbow cider and Strongbow Dark Fruit cider also on offer.
Ales on tap include:
Franciscan Well Brewery - Chieftain - IPA - International ABV 5.5%
Camden Town Brewery - Camden Hells Lager - Lager - Helles ABV 4.6%
BrewDog - Lost Lager - Pilsner - Other ABV 4.5%
BrewDog - Punk IPA - IPA - American ABV 5.2%
An extensive range of craft bootled beers & cans, cocktails and wines available.
Drinks packages available for parties.
Meals: Food Menu Lunch Menu Vegan & Veggie Menu Festive Menu Festive Buffet Menu Make a Booking
Food served every day to 10pm.
Food menu includes:
something to start £2.95 - £4.95 (3 for £12.00 or 5 for £18.00),
sharers £3.95 - £10.75,
wraps & paninis £5.75 - £6.95,
premium pizzas £7.75 - £9.95,
salads £6.50 - £9.00,
gourmet burgers £6.50 - £8.50 (double up on burgers £8.50 - £10.95),
steak, grills & meat market £7.50 - £14.25,
our faves £6.75 - £9.25,
sides £1.00 - £2.95.
Desserts £3.75 - £4.95.
Kids menu with mains £2.99, main and a pudding & drink £4.50.
Hot drinks available.
Lunch menu served 12pm - 5pm with lunch & a drink for £6.00 or pizza and a drink for £8.75, Burger & a drink from £8.00.
Monday - Friday from 12pm - 5pm Lunch & a drink for £6.00 or pizza and a drink for £8.75, Burger & a drink from £8.00.
Special Gift cards available.
Live Sports: Big screen live sports shown with all live BT Sport and Sky Sports football and six nations rugby featured. There are several small TV's on show. .
Music: Regular music is on play at most times with all musical tastes catered for and 4 DJ's featured on different nights. There are also several juke boxes in both the upstairs and downstairs bars.
The Hancock pub, located on Hancock Street, reopened on Monday 17th September 2018 following an extensive two week refurbishment, giving the Newcastle bar an exciting new look.
Renowned as a hub for students, locals and sports fans, the new look Hancock offers a tasty new food menu for visitors to enjoy at the easy-going tavern.
Guests can now tuck into freshly made stone-baked pizzas, 21 day aged steaks, mouth-watering 'low and slow' meat and rib options, as well as mix & match tapas options.
Joining the new food menu, punters will also be greeted with a thirst quenching and extensive drinks menu, one which boasts a wide selection of craft beers, ales and ciders.
Visitors to the Hancock will be able to enjoy the new drinks offering whilst taking in traditional pub entertainment such as live sport, bar games, plus regular quiz and music nights.
Speaking about the refurbishment, general manager at the Hancock, Tom Stabler, said; "It's been brilliant seeing the pub come together over the last couple of weeks and we can't wait to welcome everyone who comes to pay us a visit.
"We've completely regenerated the bar, giving it a whole new look and feel, whilst still retaining the traditional atmosphere that made the Hancock so popular. The team and I are very excited to see our guest's reactions over the coming days! "We're ideally located, right in the heart of Newcastle, and our pub is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy a bite to eat. The revamped menu offers delicious fresh food providing something for everyone to enjoy, including all the pub classics as well as the brand new freshly made stone baked pizzas.
"Along with the improved menu we have a fantastic new selection of drinks, including a great range of craft beers and ciders. We also have an exciting entertainment offering, making the Hancock the perfect place to hang out with friends, family and colleagues.
"So, when you're next in the area and need a minute to take the weight off your feet, be sure to stop by to take advantage of our amazing food deals and see what the new look Hancock is all about!"
The pub that has two floors and an outside beer garden area that should be busy when the weather is good.
Disabled access is good to main bar downstairs but could be difficult to the upstairs bar area. The toilets which are downstairs are small and clean.