The Rugby Groud Guide

Eating,Drinking & Shopping

Club Shop:

 0191 214 5588

Opening Times: Monday-Friday: 1.00-17.00; Saturday: 10.00-18.00; Sunday:   11.00-17.00

Or online at www.shop.newcastle-falcons.co.uk

Drinking at the ground:

Kingston Park is well served by bars and food outlets, although the queues can still get long at times. There are three public bars (as opposed to corporate bars at the top of the West Stand):

-East Stand Clubhouse (The Hiding Place)

-South Stand Bar: Covered Terracing

-West Stand Bar: Covered Seating Area

However, it should be noted that when you have entered the ground through the turnstiles you can only go into the bar in the stand you have purchased a ticket for, except if your ticket is for the North Stand, where you can use the facilities in the West Stand concourse.

After the game, you can meet in any bar around the stadium.

There are two food outlets in the West Stand.

The large bar under the main West Stand is where you’ll find entertainment, presentations, and players after the match, while the Hiding Place bar in the East Stand is usually open after the match.

Bars near the Ground:

Whilst Newcastle is well served by good hostelries, there is only one reasonably close to Kingston Park:

Close to Bank Foot station, the Twin Farms is a good stopping off point for those travelling by metro

On match days you can park in the car park for a fee, which is deducted from your food bill.

Eating and Drinking in the Area:

Newcastle has every type of bar you could imagine.

For a good list try:

www.ViewNewcastle.co.uk

Dean & Daniela's Deli

178-180 Newton Road

NE7 7HP

0191 281 8820

Dean is a Falcons fan and this is a regular players' haunt

Barluga

35 Grey Street

NE1 6EE

0191 230 2306

A city-centre gastro pub perfect for pre-match food

New Bengal

232 High Street

Gosforth

NE3 1HH

0191 285 6706

Twin Farms

22 Main Road

Bank Foot

NE13 8AB

Close to the ground so its perfect for a pre-match pint

The Brandling Farms

176 High Street

Gosforth

NE3 1HD

0191 285 4023

This pub has a wide range of real ales to suit any palate.

The Forth

Pink Lane

NE1 5DW

0191 232 6478

 

 

Last Updated July  2016

 

 

Copyright Miles & Miles Publishing 2016

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