The Fellsider Pub

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The Clavering Centre,
Oakfield Road,
NE16 5BY

(0191) 4888001

The Fellsider Pub Information

For an entertaining night out with friends try stopping by the Fellsider. The great live bands and sociable atmosphere makes it a popular destination with locals and visitors alike.

Opening Hours
Sun-Thu 11:00-23:00
Fri-Sat 11:00-00:00
Live Ents
Live music Saturday nights
Large Screen showing sports events, Pool Tables, Dart Board
Children welcome - until 19:30
Cash Only
Disabled Facilities
Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets

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Totally agree with dissapointedcustomer. I've been a patron of the Fellsider for many years and always remained so even through the rough times.
The new 'management' however are hopeless. The good staff have been sacked. What remains is a rude welcome, dirty beer, no atmosphere and terrible service.
I walked out after being 'greeted' by a bloke behind the bar who simply stared at my with a face like thunder, didn't even ask if I wanted a drink, poured a Crap pint when I decided to tell him I wanted a drink, then stuck his hand out for the money without telling me how much it was. Simply turned around and left.
The Felly will always be my second home but I certainly Won't be back until these useless pigs are gone.
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Sadly to say this pub has deteriorated beyond belief. Bar staff let go ???????No longer any real ales. Trying to keep supporting the pub but has now come to the time to give up as the manangement do not seem to respect the customer.In dire need of a refurb...................time to go elsewhere
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Reviewer Anonymous
The Fellsider pub is really nice, I go there quite a bit n the locals are really friendly.
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