Contact us to find out what we can do for you by filling out the enquiry form to the right, or calling Dee on 07809 063 532 or emailing Dee at The Tyne
Use our beer garden for FREE! Call Dee on 07809 063 532 or email: Dee at The Tyne
Lots of pubs have beer gardens but how many have beer gardens underneath road bridges?
And how many can you sit out in even when it’s pouring down – a monotonously regular occurrence in Newcastle?
And how many have customer-controlled heat lamps, music piped from a free juke box and atmospheric lighting?
Well, at The Tyne we have all that in our unique beer garden nestling under Glasshouse Bridge. As unlikely as it may seem, it’s a peaceful haven on a warm summer’s evening, where the music mixes with bright conversation and well chilled drinks.
On most Sundays, and other occasional weekdays, through the summer, the beer garden is the venue for Live Music at The Tyne. Our purpose built stage is the perfect place to showcase the impressive local (and international) talent that The Tyne Bar attracts. And the acoustics are simply amazing!
Our unique Beer Garden makes an ideal place to host your event. From simple group meetings to exotic parties:Group Meetings
If you want EXCLUSIVE use of our beer garden for a party, there needs to be 50 of you. You also need to take some form of our catering, which starts at only £8 per person.
If your event does not fit into these requirements but is still interesting or 'different', then we would be glad to hear from you
The famous ‘Sam from Kitsch’n Catering’, formerly known as ‘Sam, owner of Kitsch’n in Jesmond’ is now head of The Tyne Kitchen and producing top quality nosh. Check it out…
We also offer private catering and tailor to individual tastes, needs, whims and pockets. Most popular is the use of our delightful beer garden for Saturday parties – mostly because everyone loves a BBQ and we have an almighty beast of a grill that can cater for literally hundreds! Grrrrrrr. Dates fill up fast so be sure to book early.
We’re always looking for bands and musicians with a buzz around them to gig at the Tyne.