Newcastle Pub walk, part 2.

This walk starts near Newcastle Central Station and heads in the Quayside direction.
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Forth Hotel NewcastleStart at the Forth Hotel. Pink Lane NE1 5DW
12-11 Mon-Wed; 12-Midnight Thu; 12-1am Fri; 11-1am Sat; 12-11 Sun
Food12-10 Mon-Sun

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http://www.theforthnewcastle.co.uk/

Head east on Pink Ln toward Neville St., Turn left onto Neville St
Turn
right at Grainger St. Turn left onto Neville St/A186. Turn right onto St Nicholas' St
Turn left onto Castle Garth.


The Bridge Hotel

Bridge Hotel Newcastle

Castle Square, Castle Garth, NE1 1RQ
11.30-11 Mon-Thu; 11.30-Midnight Fri & Sat; 12-10.30 Sun
Food 12-4 Mon; 9.30-12, 12-4 Tue-Sat; 9.30-12, 12-3 Sun
This large Fitzgerald pub is situated next to Stephenson's spectacular High Level Bridge, the rear windows and the patio have views of the city walls, River Tyne and Gateshead Quays.Caledonian Deuchars IPA, Black Sheep Best Bitter, 7 changing beers.

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http://www.bridgehotelnewcastle.co.uk/

Take the stairs next to the pub, at the bottom follow the road round to the left into Sandhill


Hop and Cleaver NewcastleNext is The Hop and Cleaver
40 Sandhill, NE1 3RG  12-1am

Stripped back to brickwork throughout with microbrewery, 6 changing beers.
Smoked american style food and burgers served12-9 Mon-Sat; 12-9 Sun

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http://www.hopandcleaver.com/
Turn left along Sandhill,   Slight left onto Side.



The Crown Posada

Crown Posada Newcastle

33 Side  NE1 3JE  12-11 Mon-Wed; 11-11 Thu; 11-Midnight Fri; 12-Midnight Sat; 12-10.30 Sun. Hadrian Border Tyneside Blonde  Wylam Gold Tankard  3 changing beers.One of the most famous pubs in Newcastle – and the second oldest in the city. The pub is a grade two listed building with a Victorian exterior, an elaborately panelled entrance, original stained glass windows.

http://www.crownposadanewcastle.co.uk/
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Head east on Side toward Queen St. Turn left onto Queen St. Turn left onto Akenside Hill. Pub is on left, marked Newcastle Arms! Confusing.



Bridge Tavern Newcastle


The Bridge Tavern (marked confusingly, Newcastle Arms)

7 Akenside Hill 12-Midnight Mon-Thu; 12-1am Fri & Sat; 12-11 SunNE1 3UF
Food 12-9 Mon-Thu; 12-7 Fri-Sat; 12-7 Sun.   7 changing beers.

The old Newcastle Arms, nestled between the protective arms of the Tyne Bridge is now the Bridge Tavern. Boasting it's own micro brewery and staff who tend it, the Bridge Tavern also has all to itself a chef who used to work not so long ago at the Broad Chare
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http://www.thebridgetavern.com/

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