A bare-brick boozer with hipster hankerings on its side, The Town Wall is a parched friendly palace of cool craft beers, top notch pub grub tidings and a Secret Cinema Room for those chasing down a unique event location; all less than 100 yards from Newcastle Central station.
Housed in the darling Grade II confines of the infamous Bewick House (that of Northumberland artist and engraver Thomas Bewick), The Town Hall is a cool confine of broody spaces and laid-back lounging. Converted cool with a dash of the industrial, guests can settle in amongst indie art, chesterfields and vintage mahogany furniture around their striking island bar. Looking for somewhere unique to host a party of event? Why not try their Secret Cinema Room with its heavy curtains, chesterfields and added industrial charm.
Drinks come in as cool craft at The Town Wall as the pub not only has its own brewed bottle of ale, but a top selection from some of the best in the business including Rebel Craft Intergalactic Pale Ale, Wylam Rocket and Timmermans Peche. Looking to dine? Boasting pub grub with a gastro edge, there's plenty to choose from at The Town Wall, whether that's a 28 day ages Northumbrian Skirt Steak at £11.95, or a beetroot and barley burger with blue cheese at £7.95.
A word from the chef:
Laid-back meals and hearty pub inspired dining is something that The Town Hall knows all too well. From buttermilk fried chicken in a basket for £8.95 with chips or the beetroot and barley burger with blue cheese for £7.95, there's a gastro edge to dishes here.
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