Geordies Welcome Celtic Fans To St James' Park

Last updated : 23 July 2007 By Footy Mad - Editor

Newcastle is without doubt the Party Capital of the country, and we have included a list of EVERY Newcastle pub ... just click on the pub name for all details on every one!

It includes information of how to get to each one; how to organise a pub-crawl picking out all the pubs in the same area; and the nearest hotels and B&Bs.

Newcastle's drinking culture is second to none.

It is the ideal city for hen parties and stag parties and punters travel from every corner of the country. Voted the 7th Best Party City in the entire world.

Just click on the pub name for all details on every one! How to get there; how to organise a pub-crawl with all the pubs in the same area; and the nearest hotels and B&Bs.

Adelphi Hotel (63 Fern Avenue)
Aleworx (16 Newgate Street)
Avenue Hotel (2 Manor House Road)
Balloon (Silver Lonnen)
Balmbras (5 Cloth Market)
Baltic Tavern (11 Broad Chare)
Bar 42 (18 Hood Street)
Bar Oz (Percy Street)
Barking Dog (Marlborough Crescent)
Barley Mow (City Road)
Bay Horse (South Side)
Bay Horse (Front Street)
Benton Ale House (Front Street)
Benwell Hotel (Elswick Road)
Bewicks (Cloth Market)
Bierrex (2A Hancock Street)
Blackett Arms (11 Nelson Street)
Blackie Boy (11 Groat Market)
Blacksmiths Arms (200 High Street)
Blue Bell Hotel (Jesmond Vale)
Bobby Shafto (Ranmere Road)
Border Minstrel (High Gosforth Park)
Bourgognes (Hexham Road)
Bourgognes (Newgate Street)
Brandling Villa (Station Road)
Butlers Bar & Bistro (18 Nun Street)

Cafe Royale (Nelson Street)
Cairn Hotel Group (Kenton Lane)
Cairn Hotel Ltd (97 Osborne Road)
Carlton Hotel (86 Osborne Road)
Chasley Hotel (Newgate Street)
Chirton House Hotel (Clifton Road)
Circus Circus (33 Mosley Street)
Concert Bar (Northumberland Road)
Coopers Forge (Ponteland Road)
Copthorne Hotel (newcastle) Ltd (The Copthorne Hotel Close)
Corks & Crazy Horse (11 Eldon Square)
Corner House Hotel (Heaton Road)
Coxlodge Hotel (317 Kenton Road)
Cradlewell (175 Jesmond Road)
Crown Posada (31 Side)
Cushy Billet (Barrack Road)
Cushys Bar (Central Station Neville Street)

Da Vincis (73 Osborne Road)
Dene Hotel (Grosvenor Road)
Diva (New Bridge Street)
Duke Of Northumberland (18 Clayton Street)
Duke Of Wellington (Kenton Lane)
Duke Of Wellington (High Bridge)

Edgefield (Edgefield Avenue)
Egypt Cottage (117 City Road)

Fairways (Newcastle Upon Tyn)
Fern Court Hotel (34 Osborne Road)
Fletchers (Shield Street)
Flynns (63 Quayside)
Forte Posthouse (New Bridge Street)
Forth Hotel (Pink Lane)
Fosse Hotel (Fossway)
Fox & Hounds (West Road)
Free Trade Inn (St. Lawrence Road)
Frog & Nightgown (3 Waterloo Street)

George Stephenson Inn (Great Lime Road)
Gibside Arms Hotel (Gibside Arms Hotel Front Street)
Gilpin John (The Burnside)
Gosforth Hotel (Salters Road)
Gotham Town (Neville Street)
Gresham Hotel (92 Osborne Road)
Grosvenor Hotel (28 Grosvenor Road)
Grove Hotel (140 Brighton Grove)

Half Moon Inn (Bigg Market)
Halfway House (Station Road)
Hare & Hounds (83 Raby Street)
Harrogate House Inn (Gosforth Street)
Head Of Steam Ltd (2 Neville Street)
Heavens Above (2 Scotswood Road)
Highlander Hotel (5 Front Street)
Hillheads (Counden Road)
Hobson Hotel (Front Street)
Holiday Inn (Great North Road)
Hospitality Inn (68 Osborne Road)
Howlett Hall (Whickham View)

Idols (Newgate Shopping Centre)
Imperial Swallow Hotel (Jesmond Road)

Jacksons (236 Shields Road)
Jesmond Park Hotel (74 Queens Road)

Kenilworth Hotel (44 Osborne Road)
Kenton Quarry Inn (Sheringham Avenue)
Kings Court (Kingston Park Centre)
Kiss (18 Cloth Market)

Legendary Yorkshire Heroes (Archbold Terrace)
Lennons Disco Bar (63 Newgate Street)
Lochside (Red Hall Drive)
Lord Rokerby (Stamfordham Road)

Malmaison Hotel (1 Queen Street)
Marquis Of Granby (Streetgate)
Mason Arms (Front Street)
Mill Inn (Westgate Road)
Musketeer (Great Lime Road)

Newbiggin Hall Hotel (Newbiggin Lane)
Newburn Hotel (Station Road)
Newcastle Arms (St. Andrews Street)
North Terrace Hotel (Claremont Road)
Northumberland Hussar (Sackville Road)
Northumbria Hotel (68 Osborne Road)
Northumbrian Piper (1 Fawdon House Fawdon Close)

Ord Arms (Ponteland Road)

Percy Arms (Queens Road)
Peregrine (Hillhead Road)
Pitcher & Piano Ltd (108 Quayside)
Pomphreys Bar (44 Cloth Market)

Queens Arms (1 Simpson Terrace)
Queens Hotel (18 Grosvenor Road)

Raby Hotel (194 Shields Road)
Raffles (33 Pink Lane)
Rat & Parrot (51 High Bridge)
Red House (Sandhill)
Robin Hood Inn (East Wallhouses)
Robinsons (Cloth Market)
Rocket Hotel (West Farm Avenue)
Rockies (78 Scotswood Road)
Rosebery Hotel (4 Rosebery Crescent)
Rosies Bar (2 Stowell Street)
Royal George Hotel (Fisher Street)
Royal Station Hotel (Neville Street)
Runnymede (Stamfordham Road)

Scottish & Newcastle Tenancies (St Marys Business Centre Oystershell Lane)
Senior Leisure Ltd (13 Grey Street)
Sgt Peppers Disco Bar (Vine Lane)
Ship Inn (Front Street)
Ship Inn (Stepney Bank)
Sir John Fitzgerald (60 Grey Street)
Station Pub (Newcastle Upon Tyn)
Steppes (Northumberland Road)
Strawberry Inn (8 Strawberry Place)
Sun At Swalwell (Market Lane)
Sun Inn (Front Street)
Swallow Gosforth Park Hotel (High Gosforth Park)
Swinburne Arms (North Side)

Tanners Arms (New Bridge Street)
The Adelphi (Shakespeare Street)
The Albion Inn (Lintz)
The Bacchus (High Bridge)
The Badger (Street House Farm Street Houses)
The Bar At The Brandling (The Brandling Brandling Village)
The Beaumont (Park Lane)
The Beehive (2 High Bridge)
The Big Waters Hotel (Beaumont Terrace)
The Birds Nest (Walker Road)
The Black Garter (Clayton Street)
The Black Swan (69 Black Swan Court Westgate Road)
The Blackbird Inn (North Road)
The Blue Bell (Earsdon Road)
The Bodega (125 Westgate Road)
The Bridle Path (Front Street)
The Burton House (Busty Bank)
The Butchers Arms (70 Shields Road)
The Camperdown Hotel (Front Street)
The Carriage (Old Jesmond Station Archbold Terrace)
The Causey Arch Inn (Marley Hill)
The Chapel Park (Hartburn Drive)
The Chillingham (Chillingham Road)
The Coach Inn (Killingworth Road)
The Coachman (Burnthouse Lane)
The Colliery Engine Inn (517 Shields Road)
The Collingwood (Wansbeck Road South)
The Collingwood Arms (The Brandling Brandling Village)
The Cooperage (32 Close)
The County (High Street)
The County (1529 Walker Road)
The Courtyard (2 Scotswood Road)
The Cronniewell Inn (Victoria Terrace)
The Crows Nest (Benwell Lane)
The Cumberland Arms (Byker Buildings)
The Denton (West Road)
The Duke Of Wellington (High Bridge)
The Earl Grey (High Street)
The Eldon Hotel (26 Akenside Terrace)
The Fellsider (Oakfield Road)
The Fighting Cocks (127 Albion Row)
The Flying Scotsman (Briar Edge)
The Fog On The Tyne (St. Peters Wharf)
The Fusilier (Clydedale Avenue)
The George & Dragon (Eldon Square)
The George Hotel (88 Osborne Road)
The Glendale (Potts Street)
The Globe (Railway Street)
The Globe Inn (Barker Street)
The Gold Cup (Westmorland Road)
The Grainger (Westmorland Road)
The Grey Horse (Front Street)
The Groat House (9 Groat Market)
The Heroes (Clayton Street West)
The Highlander (Higham Dykes)
The Holystone Inn (Holystone First School House Whitley Road)
The Hotspur (Percy Street)
The Independent (Elswick Road)
The Jubilee (Jubilee Road)
The Keelman (Grange Road)
The Lonsdale (Lonsdale Terrace)
The Lord Clyde Hotel (Shields Road)
The Lord Collingwood (Clayton Street)
The Market Lane (74 Pilgrim Street)
The Milburn (76 Pitt Street)
The Mill (River View)
The Minerva Hotel (105 Osborne Road)
The Moor House (Front Street)
The New Bridge (13 Argyle Street)
The New Kent Hotel (127 Osborne Road)
The Newton Park (Benton Road)
The North Star (Charnwood Avenue)
The Northumberland Arms (Benton Road)
The Old George Inn (Cloth Market)
The Osborne Hotel (15 Osborne Road)
The Ouse Burn Tavern (33 Shields Road)
The Pack Horse (Crookgate Burnopfield)
The Peacock Inn (Arlington Avenue)
The Percy Arms (Percy Street)
The Phoenix (South Road)
The Pig & Whistle (Cloth Market)
The Plough Inn (Mountsett)
The Plough Inn (98 Byker Bank)
The Poacher Pocket (Market Lane)
The Poachers Pocket (Burns Close Callerton)
The Prince Of Wales (Westgate Road)
The Pump House (Akenside Hill)
The Punchbowl (125 Jesmond Road)
The Queen Victioria (High Street)
The Quilted Camel (34 Sandhill)
The Railway (Benfield Road)
The Rising Sun (Sun Street)
The Robin Hood (Murton Lane)
The Rock (68 Cambridge Street)
The Rose & Crown (50 Front Street)
The Rose & Crown (16 Newgate Street)
The Rose Inn (Streetgate)
The Spital Public House (64 Hunters Road)
The Sporting Arms (Denton Road)
The Stack (Walker Road)
The Stags Head (Headlam Street)
The Star Inn (79 Westgate Road)
The Stout Fiddler (140 New Bridge Street)
The Sun Inn (Gibson Street)
The Tap & Spile (Nun Street)
The Telegraph Plc (Orchard Street)
The Three Tuns (Market Lane)
The Trent House (2 Leazes Lane)
The Turbinia (Fossway)
The Turnpike (Hillhead Parkway)
The Tut & Shive (52 Clayton Street West)
The Tyne Hotel (Bentinck Crescent)
The Vallum (Moorcroft Road)
The Vaults (15 Bigg Market)
The Victory (Killingworth Road)
The Vilage Bar (Waterloo Street)
The Waggon Inn (Higham Dykes)
The Westhouse (Moor Edge School House Garth Six)
The Wheatsheaf (Benton Square)
The Whin Dyke (West Denton Way)
The White Swan Inn (Prestwick Road)
The Windsor (Windsor Way)
Three Bulls Heads (Percy Street)
Three Mile Inn (180 Great North Road)
Three Tuns Inn (1 Military Road)
Tillys (Westgate Road)
Travellers Rest (The Leazes)
Travellers Rest (Front Street)
Travellers Rest (Reno House North Road)
Trillians Rock Bar (Princess Square)
Tyne Annex (73 Bentinck Road)
Tyne Public House (Maling Street)

Vermont Hotel (Castle Garth)
Viking Hotel (West Farm Avenue)
Villa Victoria (144 Westmorland Road)

Waterline (95 Quayside)
Waterside Hotel (Sandhill)
West Parade Hotel (32 West Parade)
Western House Hotel (1 West Avenue)
Westland Hotel (27 Osborne Avenue)
Whites Hotel (42 Osborne Road)
Wincomblee Hotel (Mitchell Street)
Wolsington Hotel (515 Shields Road)

Yel Ltd (3 Cloth Market)

Thursday 11th May 2006

The Geordie public gathered at St James' Park to say goodbye to the man who will always remain a legend on Tyneside. How often have we heard this week "he won nothing", but when he says "I lived the dream and I couldn't care less about medals" you know it comes from the heart.

Others, like Gazza and Peter Beardsley, told of their pride of wearing the Toon shirt. I'm sure they did. But they didn't know how quick to get away from the club in search of stardom - Shearer turned down the biggest clubs in the world to come to Newcastle. THAT'S the difference - and THAT is what we should always remember.

The 35-year-old striker, whose playing days were ended three weeks prematurely by a knee injury, started and finished his testimonial game against Celtic - scoring the winner from the penalty spot after returning to the pitch as a substitute in injury time.

For the record, £9.5million signing Albert Luque volleyed the Magpies in front on 70 minutes - but a Shaun Maloney penalty and a John Hartson header put Celtic ahead before Paul Lawson's own goal and Shearer's spot-kick won it.

Newcastle old boys Steve Watson and Gary Speed each played part of a first half in which the home side - with all the players wearing number nine on their shorts - enjoyed the better of the chances.

Caretaker boss Glenn Roeder made six changes at the break, one of them handing Steven Taylor his first football since Boxing Day. The noise was not quelled by the arrival of Rob Lee as a 67th-minute substitute, and it grew further when Luque volleyed home Peter Ramage's 70th-minute cross to open the scoring.

Les Ferdinand - the man Shearer regards as his best partner at the club - entered the fray seconds later. But Celtic were level on 79 minutes when Maloney was tripped by Ramage, and the midfielder converted the resulting penalty.

Hartson looked to have won the game for the visitors with a trademark header eight minutes from time. But after Lawson had deflected Ferdinand's cross into his own net, the ending the script demanded duly arrived. Referee Mark Clattenburg awarded a 'diplomatic' penalty after Ferdinand went down in the box in injury-time, and Shearer returned to the pitch to score from the spot - just as he had done in his final competitive game at Sunderland.