VISITORS at a leading North East bar will be embracing the luck of the Irish with a special deal this St Patrick’s Day (17 March).
The award-winning City Tavern at Northumberland Road, Newcastle, has created a special meal deal for visitors embracing the cultural celebration on Friday.
The offer, which comes in at less than £10, includes an authentic home-made Irish stew served with crusty bread, a premium pint of Murphy’s Irish Stout as well as a Jameson’s Irish Whiskey chaser.
And City Tavern’s owner, David King is looking forward to serving up the Irish dishes to the people of Newcastle.
“We’re looking forward to bringing a little taste of Ireland to the heart of Newcastle and with an Irish pint, shot and homemade dish for £9.95 – you really can’t go wrong.”
The items can also be bought separately, with the Irish stew and crusty bread priced at £5 and Murphy’s pint with the whiskey chaser for £4.95.
City Tavern, widely recognised for its Tudor style façade, was taken over by Mr King in 2014 and has had a £450,000 refurbishment to create a modern bar while still retaining the venue’s historic features.