Millennium Bridge


Red House  

32 Sandhill, in centre of Quayside.

Metro - Monument
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Sunday - Thursday 11am - 12am, Friday & Saturday 11am - 1am.
Telephone: 0191 2611037.

John Smith's, Heineken, Amstel, Brooklyn Lager and Erdinger on tap.
Symonds cider also on offer.

There is also an excellent range of ales including:
S43 Brewery - Don't Let the Bells End - Porter - Other ABV 4.2%
Great North Eastern Brewing Company - Autumn Rouge - IPA - Red ABV 4.4%
Great North Eastern Brewing Company - Wonderland - Pale Ale - English ABV 4.2%
Beavertown - Neck Oil - IPA - Session / India Session Ale ABV 4.3%
Tyne Bank Brewery - Mocha Milk Stout - Stout - Milk / Sweet ABV 6%
Anarchy Brew Co - Blonde Star - Blonde Ale ABV 4.1%
Beavertown - Gamma Ray - Pale Ale - American ABV 5.4%
Anarchy Brew Co - Silence in the Library - Stout - Imperial / Double ABV 8.5%
Tyne Bank Brewery - Creme Caramel - Stout - Other ABV 5.7%

A good selection of bottled beers, wines and spirits available.

Food served every day from 12pm - 9pm.
The menu includes a range of speciality pies, mash and peas with a choice of steak, chicken, gammon and leek, stout ale mince n onion, spiced mutton and apricot, sausage apple onion n cider and mature cheddar potato n onion.
One pie meal £8.95 (add an extra pie for £4.00).
side of chips £3.50.
Monday all day offer of a pie and a pint of Ale for £9.99.
A choice of drink from Silver Dollar, Five Bridges, Amstel or get House Red/White 125 ml or for the drivers a soft drink.
Puddings £4.50.
Sunday Lunch served.

Special Deals:
Every Monday pie & a pint for £9.99.
Every Wednesday you can purchase 2 meals with all the trimmings for £12.00.
Double up on your pie for an extra £3.00.

Live Sports: none shown here.

Music: Regular music is on play at most times.

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Very old traditional Newcastle pub that has been extended and recently taken over the the Hop & Cleaver bar next door.

The bar now focuses primarily on selling a range of speciality pies and real ale. There is plenty of seating available throughout for diners with the extended bar.

With the newly extended bar, real ales and speciality pies on offer this makes the place very popular at most times of the day and especially at the weekend.

There is a large outside seating area to the front of the bar that is open in fine weather.

The bar has several cavern style areas to the rear of the bar with long table and barrels where groups can get together for functions.

Disabled access to main bar is good. Toilets at the rear are small and clean.

Price: Moderate.