Those with a penchant for gastro goodies and locally produced pints needn't step out further than Broad Chare. A hearty boozer with little to no frills, this classic drinking and dining space keeps Newcastle on it toes with high end fare and serious ale supping.
One of the cities most beloved 'proper pubs', The Broad Chare pride themselves on being 'big on warmth, low on fussiness'. A classic space split between dining room upstairs and pub booths downstairs, The Broad Chare's grey and neutral palate is doused in polished oak, leather banquettes, retro lighting and lush seating areas.
Looking to wet that whistle? With a heralded wine collection, a beer list toting the likes of The Writer's Block golden bitter, Scotland's St Mungo, and a whisky menu brimming with Bruichladdich 12 Year Old and more, The Broad Chare are the ultimate liquid lair. But it's not just their drinks list that they're marked for. With gastro grub in their dining room boasting the likes of hand-raised pork pies, rare-breed pork belly with winter brassica at £15 and local crab on toast, those looking for a markedly up-scale pubbing experience won't be disappointed.
|Pint of Lager||£3.30|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£5.90|
|Bottle of House Wine||£17.70|
|Bottle of Champagne||£25.00|
|The Broad Chare Sample Dining Menu||Download|
A word from the chef:
Gastro grub is an understatement for the fare that The Broad Chare are churning out. Tuck into plates the likes of rare-breed pork belly with winter brassica & scrumpy at £15, or rib eye steak with onion rings and watercress at £19.50.
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