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Bar Oz (Haymarket, Newcastle)
It’s a very open based place with wooden floors and needs a refurb. Quite tradtitional Australian in looks.
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Haymarket
Newcastle
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Strawberry (St James', Newcastle)
This is a shrine to Newcastle United - go in if you are wearing black & White. The wallls are completely covered in the stufff. However, it does accept both home and away fans (except for derby days) and colours are normally fine.
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St James'
Newcastle
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Huxter's (Haymarket, Newcastle)
Having started out as a Victorian tea house, this place has been well known Newcastle for years either as Huxters, Steps or prior to that a biker bar. It is located over two floors, with a new feel inside one of the oldest buildings in the city. It is quite light with a friendl atmosphere for any age groups, including single girls. They can show split coverage as long as both games are not on Sky. One of the main issues is that they have DJ's on Thu-Sat and so the commentary is turned down on these nights.
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Haymarket
Newcastle
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New Inn (University, Durham)
This is a Scream pub and so has a strong student focus. As with all Screams, you get the Yellow card if you are a student and so drinks are a lot cheaper. One big point to note is that the manager is extremely football and rugby friendly. As for the place itself, like most Scream places it is old on the outside and colourful on the inside. The bar itself is long with a giant screen at either end. Therefore, you can get two games being played simultaneously with the sound up on both. The blue pool table, modern [more...]
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University
Durham
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The Fav (Headingley, Leeds)
It is a huge place with an incredibly long silver bar that has recently become more modern and lush with black trimmings and marble tops. One giant screen in each room.The punters are mostly students.
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Headingley
Leeds
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Leazes Inn (City Centre, Newcastle)
It's a long rectangular bar, traditional style that has 3,000 students within 300 yards of the front door. It also has a large carpark and they accept away fans for Newcastle home games.
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City Centre
Newcastle
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Shoulder of Mutton (Chapel Allerton, Leeds)
Landlord review - There is a long bar in front of which there is a massive garden and two play areas for kids (or those with too much drink inside them). There is also a balcony at the top for sun worshipers. It is an old pub but newly decorated. One of the most mixed pubs in Leeds in terms of everything including aliens. The big screeen is to the left hand side of the bar.
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Chapel Allerton
Leeds
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Three Horse Shoes (Headingley, Leeds)
Landlord's review - the pub is an old pub with modern décor. The giat screen is located at the front. This is a locals / students pub.
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Headingley
Leeds
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Woodies Ale House (Headingley, Leeds)
This is an old pub that is open plan with two big screens and a tv in the beer garden. They can show split coverage well . There is a wide variety of punters from 18-80 with lots of football and rugby league followers.
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Headingley
Leeds
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Original Oak (Headingley, Leeds)
Landlord review - This is a tardis - looks like nothing from the outside but massive on the inside. Built in 1838 it is split into 3 areas - a traditiional lounge, a function room and a modern upstairs bar. They claim to have the biggest beer garden in the country - it was voted 3rd Best Beer Garden by GQ magazine for the last two years partly due to the massive barbequeue. Split coverage is not a problem.
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Headingley
Leeds
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