Tyne BarThe Cumberland Arms


The Tyne Bar   

Maling Street, near to the Ouseburn at the far end of the Quayside.

Metro - Manors
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Monday - Thursday 12pm - 11pm, Friday & Saturday 12pm - 12am, Sunday 12pm - 10.30pm.
Telephone: 0191 2652550
Email: fred@thetyne.com
Facebook: facebook.com/thetynebar
Instagram: instagram.com/thetynebar
Twitter: twitter.com/thetynebar
Website: www.thetyne.com

Beers:   Drinks menu
Excellent range of draught and bottled beers with 5 keg and 5 cask conditioned ales including:

Ales on Tap

Guest Keg Beers
Wylam Brewery - Jakehead - IPA - American ABV 6.3%
Vault City Brewing - Papa Doble - Sour - Fruited ABV 7.5%
Two By Two - The Tyne Bar House Pale - Pale Ale - American ABV 5%
Tiny Rebel Brewing Co - Electric Boogaloo - IPA - New England / Hazy ABV 4.5%
ShinDigger - Lush - IPA - Session ABV 5%

Cask Ales
Wylam Brewery - Wylam Gold - Golden Ale ABV 4%
Swannay Brewery - Sneaky Wee Orkney Stout - Stout - Other ABV 4.2%
Fell Brewery - Crag Bitter - Bitter - Session / Ordinary ABV 3.8%
Timothy Taylor's Brewery - Landlord - Pale Ale - English ABV 4.3%
Anarchy Brew Co - Blonde Star - Blonde Ale ABV 4.1%

Local Heroes Beers
Jennings Brewery - Cumberland - Golden Ale ABV 4%
Almasty Brewing Co - Green - Pale Ale - American ABV 4.5%
Almasty Brewing Co - Pink - IPA - American ABV 6%
Almasty Brewing Co - Yellow - Pale Ale - American ABV 4%
Wylam Brewery - Hickey the Rake - Pale Ale - English ABV 4.2%
Wylam Brewery - Jakehead - IPA - American ABV 6.3%

Budvar Budweiser, Guinness, Estrella, Red Stripe, Blue Moon, Erdinger Weissbier, Heineken, Grolsch, Amstel, Briska, Sam Smith's Alpine and Pure Brew and Carling also on tap.
Aspalls Suffolk Draught cider also available.
There is also an excellent range of 37 foreign bottled beers and cans on offer.

Meals:   Food menu
Full menu available Monday to Saturday 12pm - 9pm, Sunday 12pm - 4pm.
Menu includes:
mains £7.95 - £8.00,
burgers £7.50 - £9.00,
frankfurters £6.50 - £7.50,
vegan frankfurters £6.50 - £7.00 (add fries £1.50),
shawarma or veggie mezze platter - single £8.00, double £15.20,
nachos £6.50 - £9.50,
wraps £6.95,
burritos £7.95,
loaded fries £3.00 - £5.00,
sides £3.00 - £5.00.
Tea and coffee available from £1.60 - £2.10.
Sunday Roast available.

Special Deals:
Burger night - Thursday with Burger and a pint of Taddy, Pure Brew or Anarchy Blonde Star for £6.99 from 5pm - 9pm.
Free Food offer from 7pm - 9pm on a Tuesday - spend £5.00 on drinks and enjoy some homecooked food free of charge.
House doubles with draught mixers £3.50.
Selected bottles £1.60.

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Music: Live Music guide
Regular music is on play at most times and a DJ is featured usually on a Sunday evening. Live Music is also featured on most nights with a board beside the bar displaying forthcoming bands and events.

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Traditional old Newcastle pub in the Ouseburn area that has an excellent range of real ales and drinks on offer.
BR> There is comfortable leather lounge seating around the interior with plenty of wooden tables and chairs.

The pub has a long wooden bar and is fully carpeted throughout, decorated in a traditional style.

The walls are adorned with local pictures and posters advertising forthcoming and past events.

The pub is bright and airy and there is air conditioning, with ceiling fans used at certain times.

A large TV is situated in one corner and there are several games machines dotted about the bar.

There is a free juke box to the left of the bar that is stocked with over 100 CD's.

Regular music is on play at most times and a DJ is featured usually on a Sunday evening.

Live Music is also featured on a Sunday and Wednesday with a board beside the bar displaying forthcoming bands and events.

A beer garden is a unique feature of the pub as it is located under the Glasshouse bridge and can be used in all weather conditions.

The beer garden has plenty of wooden tables and benches with a large mural on the wall.

The pub is very popular and has a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere at all times.

It is frequented mainly by locals, students and at times Quayside visitors. It is also a popular venue for real ale drinkers and for people attending the live music events.

Disabled access to main bar very good but difficult to the toilets that are upstairs. Toilets are small and clean.

Price: Reasonable.