Millennium Bridge


The Bridge Tavern  

Akenside Hill, directly under the Tyne Bridge. Close to the centre of the Quayside.

Metro - Monument
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Monday - Thursday 12pm to 12am, Friday and Saturday 12pm to 1am, Sunday - 12pm to 11pm.
Telephone: 0191 2619966.

Beers: Estrella Damm, Peroni, Red Stripe, Pilsner Urquell, Becks, Hoegaarden, Brooklyn, Liefmans and Guinness on tap.

Ales on offer include:
Camden Town Brewery - Camden Hells Lager - Lager - Helles ABV 4.6%
Marble Beers Ltd - Rufus - Red Ale - American Amber / Red ABV 5.1%
Elusive Brewing - Magno-Boots - Pale Ale - American ABV 5.4%
Mikkeller - Beer Geek Breakfast - Stout - Oatmeal ABV 7.5%
Anarchy Brew Co - Xmas Chaos - Porter - Other ABV 4.5%
Six Degrees North - Snowy Winter Beer - Winter Ale ABV 6%
Orchard Pig - Reveller - Cider - Traditional / Apfelwein ABV 4.5%
Goose Island Beer Co - Today's Haze - IPA - Session ABV 4.6%
Wylam Brewery - Jakehead - IPA - American ABV 6.3%
Great North Eastern Brewing Company - Vespa - English Bitter ABV 4.1%
Arbor Ales - The Devil Made Me Brew It - Stout - Oatmeal ABV 5.5%
Elusive Brewing - Mechanism - Brown Ale - American ABV 5.6%
Wylam Brewery - Poundage Porter - Porter - English ABV 5.5%
North Brewing Co - Vanishing Point - Blonde Ale ABV 3.8%
Black Lodge Brewery - Pirate Skulls And Bones - IPA - Imperial / Double ABV 8%
Aspalls English Dry Draft cider also on offer.
A good selection of wines, spirits and bottled drinks available.
A micro brewery is housed on the ground floor in association with Wylam brewery.

Meals:   Menu   Sunday Lunch Menu   Make a Booking
Food is served till 9pm Monday to Thursday and till 7pm Friday to Sunday.
Meals on offer include:
bar bait £3.00 each,
sharing planks £14.00,
lights £6.00 - £8.00,
mains £12.00 - £16.00
sides £3.00.
Puddings £6.00.
Sunday Roast £13.00 (Kids Sunday roast £7.00).

Special Deals: Special Offers: None advertised in bar.

Live Sports: None shown here

Music: Regular music is on play at most times.

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Traditional Newcastle pub previously known as The Newcastle Arms and more recently The Muse Bar and Fever.

This brewpub and eatery is now part of the Vaulkhard group and sister to The Town Wall in the Central Station area.

A long bar is located to the left of the main entrance and the bar with the pubs own real ale brewed in tanks towrds the rear of the bar.

The decor is of a traditional style with a wooden floor and smart fixtures and fittings.

There is low drop down lighting over the bar which gives the place a comfortable and stylish feel.

There is plenty of seating throughout with a mixture of table and chairs and benches and stools running the length of the bar.

Regular music is on play at most times. The Roof Terrace Bar & Alfresco Dining Area is available to book for Drinks Parties, Private Dining, Meetings & Social get togethers.

The space available can be tailored to meet any requirements as well as providing regular dishes and a bespoke buffet menu on request.

Disabled access is very good with the pub all on the one level. Toilets are small and clean.

Price: Moderate.