A very large pub that has a comfortable and fairly decent atmosphere.
There is a long narrow bar with plenty of comfortable leather lounge seating in most areas of the pub and smart lighting fixtures. The walls have wooden panelling with old Newcastle pictures and the décor is staright forward.
There are stained glass windows in the interior and to the front of the pub. At the far end of the bar is a small raised area with tables and chairs and a good view over the Tyne.
There is two separate seating areas at the front and side and high tables and stools at either end of the bar. At the rear of the pub there are stairs that lead to a small outside terrace area that has wooden tables and chairs. From this point there is an excellent view of the Tyne Bridge and the Quayside area. There is also good views of passing high speed trains.
The pub is frequented by a mixed clientele of locals, business crowd, real ale drinkers, people on nights out and even some tourists. Is very busy at most times of the day. Function room available upstairs for parties or live entertainment.
Regular music on play at most times. Live music with regular live bands most nights of the week in the upstairs function room. A modern jazz night is held every Tuesday from 8.30pm. There are TV's on show in all several areas of the bar with some games machines also dotted about.
The bogs are downstairs here. No disabled bogs here, which must be disappointing for a lot of users of the pub.
The Gents toilets were fairly decent when we entered. Everything seemed clean and working well.
We only needed a pee on our visit. The stone p*ss trough was brilliant, a real 'gem'.
We did not have much time to have a proper look around the bog, but like we said everything was clean and efficient.
Great pub and a nice pub toilet.
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