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About us

Newcastle Civic Centre (opposite this pub) is a grade II listed building, officially opened by King Olav V of Norway in 1968. The central lawn in the Quadrangle is open to the public and contains a fine bronze sculpture by David Wynne of Swans in Flight. The Five Swans rising from the pool of water ‘reflect the city’s long-established links with Scandanavia’. The five countries (Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway and Iceland) are each represented by a wild swan.


Disabled facilitiesFamily friendlyFoodReal aleWiFi freeFootballTerrestrial TVCask Marque

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Gillian Brown

4 months ago

Really nice pub. It's usually rammed, but there are tables on many floors. Ordering on the app makes life easier these days as they haven't perfect their queueing system at the bar.

Emily Martin-Taylor

6 months ago

Fab service! Staff are always extremely polite and friendly despite how busy the pub usually is. They are amazing and a credit to the company.

Dan Stryker

8 months ago

Lovely and peaceful environment. Not crowded. I got the Breakfast Muffin deal. Filling! And there's free refill too

derek hart

10 months ago

The service was good but the staff was slow. (OK was busy due to Newcastle Pride the day I was there that day) But, apart from that, it was reasonably OK

Jen-Hua Liao (Jen)

1 year ago

Great place to catch up with friends and family. The prices for drinks and food are very affordable. I won’t be too fussy on the quality of food, as you get what you pay for. Handy location and wide selections of beers on taps. Good bargain breakfast and nice for morning coffee with thinking time (yes, free refills 👍🏻). Free WiFi of course.

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