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The Bodega, Newcastle - pub details

Bodega

Address: 125 Westgate Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE1 4AG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11074) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.sjf.co.uk/pubsandbars/about.php?id=21

Nearest train stations Newcastle (0.3 miles), Manors (0.7 miles), Dunston (1.7 miles)

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General information: If there was ever a reminder of what drinking in Victorian days was like, youíll find it at The Bodega. One of the most popular venues in Newcastle, and the pub where staff from other pubs go for a drink, it boasts a traditional long bar, Victorian stained glass domes, elaborately tiled floors, and lots and lots (and lots) of history. As CAMRA Newcastle & Northumberland 2005 Real Ale Pub of the Year, you can also expect a true commitment to offering the very best real ale. And when you combine that with simple lunchtime snacks, a great mix of people, large screen plasma TVs, and friendly staff, itís the perfect place to relax before or after visiting nearby St Jamesí Park, the Journal & Chronicle Theatre, or virtually anywhere else.

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 80 users)
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The Bodega was supposed to be our last pub of the day before the train home yesterday. But, with the train cancelled, we also managed to fit the Newcastle Tap in (not listed on here). The Bodega is always popular immediately after a football match and yesterday was no exception. Ales were Fyne Ales Jarl & Blunder, Big Lamp Prince Bishop, Almasty Creation & Citra IPA, Brass Castle Bad Kitty & Cliffhanger & Bristol Beer Factory Beam Me Up. Although it was almost impossible to select a beer on first arrival, due to the crowds around the bar. Luckily, it started to thin out a little and my choice (the Bad Kitty) was confirmed to be correct, as I'm always a fan of darker beers. Six Nations ruby was on the TVs. Still a decent boozer. But, I couldn't see any real cider on this visit.
blue_scrumpy - 10 Mar 2019 15:23
Lovely pub to look at, and a nice pint of Almasty(? 3.20), a beer not seen before or since. The ambience was dented somewhat by a group of braying dolts talking over each other as loud as possible, making conversation for the rest of us impossible. Still, that would be a temporary fault & the pub is otherwise marvellous.
Queenslander - 4 Sep 2016 22:09
Relaxed, welcoming and comfortable pub, with wide range of real ale from independent brewers. Friendly and efficient service. A 'must visit' when in Newcastle. 10/10.
wobblybob - 7 Feb 2014 20:32
Great staff, good beer, interesting location. More local beers needed but good. Well worth a visit.
ahsund72 - 9 Oct 2013 22:44
Superb interior. Beer range is wide and quality is good. Often shows football on TV's around the walls. Cash machine. Close to Tyne theatre
PoorBeerHater - 28 Jan 2013 20:56

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