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Fitzgeralds Sunderland, Sunderland - pub details

Fitzgeralds Sunderland

Address: 2 Green Terrace, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, SR1 3PZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5302) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras


Nearest train stations Sunderland (0.3 miles), Seaburn (1.9 miles), East Boldon (3.5 miles)

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General information: Living up to the label of ‘most popular pub in Sunderland’ is a challenge – but it’s one that Fitzgeralds has no problem meeting. Close to the university, a regular winner of CAMRA Real Ale awards, and boasting a bar full of guest beers, Fitzgeralds is the traditional pub of choice for students, locals, regulars, tourists, visitors to the city, and many more. Once there, you can choose to sit in the large, open-plan area, the cosy Chart Room, or the outdoor terrace and seating area. And when it comes to entertainment, you can catch the matches and scores on big screen TVs, take part in the popular quiz nights, or just sit back and spend a whole evening observing this genuine hive of activity. There’s truly nothing else like it in Sunderland.

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With time running out, we made a swift return visit to Fitzgeralds. This is definitely one of Sunderland's better pubs. Whilst I quite enjoyed the Dun Cow, this pub was a little more relaxed and did have a better choice of ales - Mallard Drake, Timothy Taylor Boltmaker, Woodfordes Wherry, Jarrow Rivet Catcher, Cullercoats Polly Donkin, Durham White Velvet, Fyne Jarl & Dark Star Original. The Polly Donkin was an oatmeal stout and very nice. Unlike the Lambton Worm, just down the road, staff here were replenishing the ales and new ones appeared during our short visit. This is a nice environment to drink in too and not too far from the railway station for our journey home. Still no real cider though.
blue_scrumpy - 10 Nov 2014 21:19
What can I say, brilliant! Constant good beer, staff and food. A winner everytime.
ahsund72 - 30 Sep 2013 16:50
Nice pub with a good ale range. But slightly too busy for my liking. We sat inside, where I believe there were 2 reasonably sized rooms. There is also an outdoor patio at the rear, that does not excatly have great views (a dual carriageway), but does catch the sun. Beers on were Sonnet 43 India Pale Ale, Cheddar Totty Pot Porter, Timothy Taylor Ram Tam & Boltmaker, Durham White Velvet, Moncada Notting Hill Ruby Rye, Big Lamp Prince Bishop Ale, Fyne Jarl, Roosters Buckeye & Lond Man Blonde. No sign of any real cider. A good pub. But we felt that we found 2 in Sunderland that were better yesterday - The Ivy House and the Isis.
blue_scrumpy - 21 Apr 2013 10:44
Busy, friendly pub with 6 ales on at our visit from Durham, Ossett, T Taylors and Hambleton breweries. Excellent quality. Spacious, double fronted period building about 5 minutes walk of the University stop on the metro
Steamer1 - 1 Apr 2013 17:40
This is a must visit pub if in the area

8 real ales on when visited with the likes of jarl and rivet catcher as regulars.A variety of different seating areas assures something for everyone.
AqualungCumbria - 29 Oct 2012 18:09

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