The good pub guide review
Bar-café-music venue in interesting 19th-c mill/warehouse; low-priced home-made USA-style food including various burgers and wraps, up to seven well kept ales, interesting selection of guest cans and bottles from the likes of Beavertown and Magic Rock, efficient friendly service, sofas in comfortable raised area with daily papers and art magazines, back gallery featuring local artists; background music and regular live bands (also in Cluny 2 next door); children (till 7pm) and dogs allowed, picnic-sets out on green, striking setting below Metro bridge, parking nearby can be difficult, open (and food) all day.
Cluny, 36 Lime Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE1 2PQ
(0191) 230 4474
Pub Group: Head of Steam
Weekdays: 11.30-11(midnight Sat)