St James's ParkCivic Centre

 

The Trent House  

Location:
1-2 Leazes Lane, near to Newcastle United Football stadium, a short distance from the Haymarket.

Metro - Haymarket
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Open:
every day 12pm - 11pm.
Telephone: 0191 2612154
Facebook: facebook.com/TheTrent1861
Twitter: twitter.com/thetrent1861

Beers: Guinness, Amstel, Camden Hells, Camden Pale Ale, Vedett and Moretti on tap.
Ales available which are rotated regularly include:
Hexhamshire Brewery - Northumberland County IPA - IPA - Enlish ABV 4.5%
Anarchy Brew Co - Citra Star - IPA - Session / India Session Ale ABV 4.1%
Two By Two - Idaho 7 - Pale Ale - English ABV 5.2%
Two By Two - Session IPA - IPA - Session / India Session Ale ABV 4%
Out There Brewing Co - Sun Song - Pale Ale - International ABV 4.4%
Two By Two - Simcoe Loral Ekuanot - IPA - American ABV 5.2%

Symonds Cider and Thistly Cross Whisky Cask Cider also on offer.
A good selection of spirits and bottled beers available.


Meals:
Snacks available until close include toasties for £2.95.
Fresh hot drinks also on offer.




Special Deals: Every day from 8pm - 9pm draughts, house spirits and bottles £2.00.
Sunday from 7.30pm drinks £2.50.



Live Sports: There is a TV in the corner of the bar with live football and cricket shown.


Music: Regular music on play at most times. In the centre of the bar is one of the finest juke boxes in the UK which also is free to use.

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Small corner pub with heavily based Soul theme that is one of the in student places in town.

The pub is has 2 floors and is described as the World Famous Tent House. It has the logo "Drink here be Sincere" on display.

On the first floor there is a small bar with a wooden floor with wooden tables and chairs to the front and rear.

There is also high backed leather seating around the walls and some high stools next to the bar.

The decor is basic with an array of flyers advertising forthcoming events and a selection of foreign currency notes on the walls.

There are also several African fitments strewn about the pub. An unusual feature is the assortment of condoms on display behind the bar and in a picture frame on the wall.

Upstairs there is a small room with a pool table and some further seating. This consists of aluminium tables and chairs and high backed leather seating.

Regular music is on play at most times. In the centre of the bar is one of the finest juke boxes in the UK which also is free to use.

There is also a TV in the corner of the bar with live football and cricket shown.

The bar is frequented mainly by a young student crowd and locals. Is very busy on Newcastle United home match days as close to the football ground.

Trent House T Shirts can be purchased on request. Functions can be arranged.

Quiz night every Sunday from 7.30pm - winning team gets a free £50 bar tab.

Disabled access is difficult as there are steps to the main bar and to the room upstairs. Toilets are small and clean.

Price: Moderate.