20 Shakespeare Street, opposite Theatre Royal stage door, near to the main centre.
Metro - Monument
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Monday - Saturday from 11am - 2am, Sunday 12pm - 2am.
Telephone: 0191 2325932
John Smith's, Fosters, Hop House 13 Lager, Guinness, Heineken, Moretti, Vedett, Erdinger, Tiger, Camden Hells and Maltsmiths Lager on tap.
ON THE PULL
Almasty Brewing Co - Simple Pleasures - Pale Ale - American ABV 4%
Ridgeside Brewing Co - Stage Door Blonde - Blonde Ale ABV 4%
Flying Gang Brewing - Clear The Deck - IPA - English ABV 4%
Thornbridge Brewery (Collab with Anspach & Hobday) - Aquila - English Bitter ABV 4%
Top Rope Brewing - Overkill IPA - IPA - American ABV 5.5%
Thornbridge Brewery - Brock - Stout - Other ABV 4.1%
Brass Castle Brewery - Misfit - Pale Ale - American ABV 4.3%
Rigg & Furrow - Farmhouse IPA - IPA - Farmhouse ABV 5.6%
Fierce Beer - Fierce By Nature - Dark Amber Sour - Wild Ale - Other ABV 6.1%
Howling Hops - A Better Party - Pale Ale - New England ABV 4.8%
Northern Monk - Faith - Pale Ale - New England ABV 5.4%
DEYA Brewing Company - Steady Rolling Man - Pale Ale - New England ABV 5.2%
Mango & Rhubarb Cider ABV 4%
Strawberry Mango Cider ABV 4% An excellent selection of bottled beers, ciders, whiskies and wines available.
Food served from 12pm - 7pm includes:
bar bait all £3.00,
bar food £5.00 - £10.50,
soup of the day £5.00 (add sandwich £8.50),
sharing boards all £12.00 or 2 for £19.00.
Desserts £6.00. Sunday Lunch served 12pm - 6pm.
Special Deals: Every Sunday special offer on Sunday Roast with 2 for £15.00.
Live Sports: none shown here.
Music: Regular music on play at most times.
Live music and Comedy held on most nights.
Traditional Newcastle pub that was formerly known as The Adelphi. From the main entrance there is a u shaped bar with down lighting.
The bar has been given a full makeover with the Newcastle memorabilia removed and replaced with a more modern style.
The decor is a mix of dark green colours and wood panelling with a wooden floor.
There is plenty of seating throughout with tables and chairs and high stools by the bar.
The bar is frequented mainly by the business people, shoppers, locals, theatregoers and on occasion the performers from the Theatre Royal across the road.
Regular music is on play at most times with a a DJ a regular feature on the weekend. Live music and Comedy events are held on certain nights.
Large outside seating area to the front of the pub that is heated and fully covered.
Disabled access very good to main bar. The toilets are small and reasonable.