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Fitzgeralds Newcastle, Newcastle - pub details

Fitzgeralds Newcastle

Address: 60 Grey Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE1 6AF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1233) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Website: http://www.sjf.co.uk/pubsandbars/about.php?id=10

Nearest train stations Manors (0.2 miles), Newcastle (0.4 miles), Dunston (2 miles)

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General information: In terms of pub locations, Fitzyís in Newcastle is hard to beat. Itís situated on the elegant Grey Street, which is by far the cityís most stunning street in terms of striking architecture. Itís also within walking distance of the prestigious Theatre Royal, itís close to the Quayside, and itís in the perfect spot for anyone wanting a smart venue for a business lunch, or a chance to wind down after leaving the office on a Friday afternoon. The pub itself continues to grow in popularity, and buzzes with activity all day, every day. Why? Because itís recently been mentioned in the Real Ale Guide, it offers an ever-changing list of guest beers handpicked by its customers, and it boasts a wide selection of good food. So not only is it a place where people love to be seen during the day Ė itís most definitely a great night out, too.

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user reviews of Fitzgeralds Newcastle, Newcastle

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Completely refurbished a while back. Has six ales on from local, regional and national breweries. Much improved.
zipdiskdude - 10 May 2015 17:46
Not a bad little pub on one of Newcastle's main streets. The interior is quite ornate, but also a little worn in places especially the carpet. 4 ales were on - Fyne Avalanche, Black Sheep Best Bitter, Mordue IPA & Jarrow Rivet Catcher. Westons Country Perry was also available. The pub was strangely quiet, given it was a Newcastle match day. Bacchus is just around the corner and was far busier.
blue_scrumpy - 6 Nov 2011 12:43
It's easy to walk past this place and not notice it. For those who spot it and venture in then you're in for a treat. Wonderful old-style decor leading all the way to the back where the bar is situated. Dotted around are wonderful seating booths which protect you from the hussle and bustle of the bar area. The front the pub is quieter and seating is easier to come by. Staff are quick and the pints are fine. If it's 5pm on a Friday and you're on Grey Street and fancy a wee tipple, it's the best by far.
milesoneill - 22 Jul 2009 14:16
Managed to miss this place for a few months due to its narrowish entrance. Well pleased when I did discover it though. Real ales, good atmosphere, no screeching and nicely laid out. Friendly staff too - well worth a visit!
keith253 - 2 Jul 2009 00:59
Very nice interior, a rarity with new bars but the Fitzgeralds chain usually know what they're doing. Decent selection of local and national ales, usually 3 0r 4 to choose from, and the location on impressive Grey Street is hard to beat. One of the better city centre boozers.
Carlurmston - 26 Jan 2009 12:33

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