2 Stowell Street, on edge of Chinatown near to St James Park Metro station.
Metro - Haymarket
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Sunday - Thursday 12pm - 11pm, Friday - Saturday 12pm - 1am.
Telephone: 0191 5973114
Bookings: Telephone 0191 5973114 or send message via Facebook
Beers: Amstel, John Smith's, Carling, Estrella Damm, Fosters, Coors Light, Heineken, Hop House 13 Lager, Maltsmiths IPA, Stella Artois and Guinness cold on tap.
Cask conditioned ales also available including:
Laine Brew Co - Rippa! - IPA - Session / India Session Ale ABV 4.9%
Black Sheep - Best Bitter - English Bitter ABV 3.8%
A good selection of bottled beers, cocktails and wines on offer.
Strongbow and Carling cider is also available.
Meals: None available, drinking bar only.
Loyalty Reward card - Buy 9 pints and get your 10th pint free.
All draughts £2 Monday - Friday noon - 5pm.
Double up on spirits for an extra 80p.
Vino o'clock with selected glasses of wine for £3.25.
Live Sports: Live sporting events shown on two plasma screens and a TV above the door, including all live football, racing and six nations rugby.
Music: Regular music on play with two juke boxes.
Small corner pub that is very popular with football supporters and diners frequenting Chinatown.
The pub has a small wooden bar with a part carpeted and wooden floor throughout.
There is huge windows to the front and side which makes the pub bright and airy.
Newcastle United football shirts and old memorabilia including musical instruments, adorn the walls and the ceiling.
Watch out for the moving heads behind the bar and the large clock in one corner.
The bar can be busy most of the time due to its size and is especially busy at weekends.
A small seating area is located at the front with additional seating on high chairs to the side of the pub and by the bar.
Live sporting events shown on two plasma screens and a TV above the door, including all live football and six nations rugby.
Quiz night every Sunday £1.00 entry with a cash pot for the winner.
Regular music on play with two juke boxes. Several games machines are dotted about the bar.
A new upstairs bar and roof terrace - Mr Alexanders at Rosie's is accessed by a flight of stairs to the rear of the bar and can be enjoyed when the weather is fine.
Disabled access to main bar very good. Toilets at the rear are small and reasonable.