We are delighted to announce the new Head of Steam venue will open on the vibrant Quayside Newcastle on Saturday 6th August.
The venue, which is located on the former site of The Eye on the Tyne on Broad Chare Newcastle, will be the 10th Head of Steam venue in our growing pub estate.
The Head of Steam, which is renowned for its array of great beers, will have 16 keg lines with a selection of rotating craft beers from UK and world brewers, 8 cask ale lines including beers and real cider from around the region and beyond, plus a selection of premium cocktails, spirits and soft drinks.
A comfortable snug area will be included at the pub along with a new beer dedicated tasting room that can also be used for meetings, events and parties.
Camerons food development Chef Kieran Burke has created a new food concept which will include a brunch menu as well as a great range of British pub classics with a focus on fresh, local ingredients. A key part of the menu is the great range of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options which will constantly be updated to offer a varied selection to customers.
Chris Soley, Chief Executive at Camerons Brewery, said: “When we took over the Eye on the Tyne it was always our intention to turn this into a Head of Steam pub. The location is perfect and we are really excited to have a venue in an area that is now associated with craft and cask beers.”
“We are delighted to be opening a new Head of Steam back in the city where Tony Brookes first started the group. The design and style of the venue will be in line with our recently opened Head of Steam pub in Sheffield which opened in April this year and has been a huge success” Chris continued.
The new Head of Steam will also be part of the NE1 Restaurant Week from 8th-14th August, with 2 courses for £10 or 3 courses for £15.
The news of the Newcastle development follows our recent addition of Head of Steam Hull which opened on the 14th July as well as the acquisition of the 7 Leeds Brewery venues to our growing estate.
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