This bar has has taken no time in living up to its name. Aimed firmly at the cheap drinks and shots market. With £.70 charged for a half pint of Fosters lager (£1.80 for Guinness). I am not sure who they are trying to attract. At those prices even with the usual offer of cheap trebles they will find it hard to attract a steady clientele once the freshers are spent up and have sussed out the cheaper alternatives in The Gate/Wetherspoons.
Two floors and an outdoor/smoking area. We’ll give this one a miss until the management come to their senses and try a bit harder to make the place more appealing. The bar has a large standing area with limited seating with the DJ booth located in the centre. The bar is to the right of the main entrance with The Chamber upper bar/terrace open later in the evening accessed by a flight of stairs to the left. The lighting is dark and subdued with chandeliers over the bar and the frankly bizarre but popular dance cage.
Although the bar has a more modern feel than before it was a bit lacking in atmosphere which was not helped by a member of staff who was particularly rude when I tried to have a look upstairs (Even though there was nothing to suggest the upstairs was closed).
Regular Music is on play at most times with a DJ a regular feature.
Disabled access not easy to upper level. Toilets small and clean.
5 minute walk from Haymarket Bus Station/Metro Station
10 minute walk from Newcastle Central Rail Station
Taxi rank directly outside.
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