Central StationBlackgate

 

Tilleys  

Location:
105 Westgate Road, next to the Tyne Theatre (previously known as "The Stoll"). A short distance to Central Station. Close to Chinatown.

Metro - Central Station
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Open:
Monday - Thursday 12pm - 12am, Friday & Saturday 12pm - 1am, Sunday 12pm - 11pm.
Telephone: 0191 2320692
Facebook: facebook.com/tilleys.bar
Twitter: twitter.com/tilleysbar



Beers:
Over 35 different beers and ciders on offer.
Ales on tap include:
Tooth & Claw Brewing - Jellyfish Nebula - Pale Ale - American ABV 4.6%
ABK - Hell Bier - Light Lager ABV 5%
Rekorderlig - Strawberry & Lime Cider ABV 5%
Camerons - Motorhead Road Crew - Pale Ale - American ABV 4.5%
Tooth & Claw Brewing - Wolf Pilsner - Pilsner - Czech ABV 4.3%
Brooklyn Brewery - Defender IPA - IPA - American ABV 5.5%
ABK - Weissbier - German - Wheat Beer ABV 5.3%
Delirium - Huyghe Brewery - Delirium Tremens - Belgian Strong Golden Ale ABV 8.5%
Kona Brewing Company - Big Wave Golden Ale - Golden Ale ABV 4.4%
Camerons - Strongarm - Red Ale - Other (Cask) ABV 4%
Two By Two - Snake Eyes Pale Ale - Pale Ale - English (Cask) ABV 4.7% >Brooklyn Lager, Heineken, Erdinger Unweisse, Guinness, Stella Artois, Samuel Adams Boston Lager, San Miguel, Peroni, Krusovice, Timmermans, Grimbergen Blonde also on tap.
An extensive range of foreign bottled beers, wines and spirits available. Aspalls Cider and Old Rosie cider also on offer.
Previously listed in the Camra Good Beer Guide.


Meals: No food served - drinking bar only.


Special Deals:
Selected pints £3.00 from 12pm - 4pm Sunday - Thursday.
Show valid CAMRA membership at the bar to receive 20p off any pint of real ale.


Live Sports: Live football shown here.


Music: Regular music is on play at most times with a DJ on a Monday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday. Karaoke night on first Thursday of the month.

Click for Review
Medium sized pub which dates back to the 19th century when it was known as Brandy Vaults.

Large outside beer garden area now open to the front of the pub.

The pub has a modern and upmarket look with an L shaped wooden bar, cast iron pillars and a wooden floor.

The bar is bright and airy through the day with large glass windows to the front and side.

In the evening the low drop down lighting gives the bar a more subdued and cosy atmosphere. The decor is a mixture of beige and red colours.

The main bar has booths by the window and several wooden tables and chairs, there are some high stools next to the bar.

There is a small raised area to the left hand side of the bar with additional comfortable lounge seating.

The small corner area to the right of the bar has further seating.

Regular music is on play at most times with a DJ on a Monday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday. Karaoke night on first Thursday of the month.

The raised area near to the left of the bar can be used, free of charge, for meetings or small parties.

It hold's about 25 people - catering can be provided on request.

There is a good atmosphere most of the time as the pub is busy with a mixed clientele, and is also a popular haunt for real ale drinkers.

Disabled access is very good as there is a special entrance in the middle of the pub. Toilets are small and clean. The pub is air conditioned.

Price: Moderate.