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Wooden Doll Inn
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Address: Hudson Street, North Shields, Tyne and Wear, NE30 1JS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8725) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brockley Whins (3.8 miles), Heworth (3.9 miles), East Boldon (4.7 miles)

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Low Lights Tavern, North Shields (0.1 miles), Staith House, North Shields (0.2 miles), Quay Tap House, North Shields (0.2 miles), Tynemouth Lodge Hotel, North Shields (0.3 miles), Prince Of Wales, North Shields (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of Wooden Doll Inn, North Shields

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Now renamed as How Do You Do, the interior layout has been completely re-arranged. There were three ales from Wylam brewery on last night (24/12/15) and the one I had (Crisp And Even) was well kept.
zipdiskdude - 25 Dec 2015 22:09
Well, its open again. It's a free house nw and owned by the people who own the Pub & Kitchen. No food yet, but real ale is back on and is decently kept. The interior refurbishment is interesting and plans for more changes are on the way - apparently. The best news is that they have spent money on it and will apparently be spending more; and, of course that bands are back on Friday night's and Sunday tea times. And yes you should really take the photos down they are really old.
gamberoni - 14 Sep 2014 19:30
The brewery drove out the last manager, so it's back to being a pub-with-no-beer again. Symptomatic of lots of pubs in North Shields at the moment, the party is over for the big breweries. The only hope is that someone who cares about pubs buys it - and doesn't turn it into flats! Rating is a 2 - as at least its open (some of the time) and it has the best views of the river in North Shields.
gamberoni - 29 Jan 2014 13:45
Sunday lunches back on. Generous portions, good quality home cooked grub at a good price. Went in on Sunday 29th August. The place was almost empty. This pub (and the couple running it) deserve better levels of custom.
zipdiskdude - 30 Aug 2010 23:41
Opened again this week (24/06/09). The brewery now has a manager in. Went in on Wednesday. Two beers on (Cumberland Ale & Pedigree) both well kept. This used to be a cracking place, hopefully the custom is going to grow and improve.
zipdiskdude - 26 Jun 2009 14:04

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