Situated on the iconic Grey Street in the heart of Newcastle City Centre Leila Lily’s offers an extensive menu including small plates ideal for grazing, elegant main courses and delicately assembled desserts.
Malhotra Leisure is recognised as a stand-out operator in this highly competitive sector. We have achieved this by creating unique venues and offering the highest standards of customer satisfaction in everything we do – from serving food to pouring drinks and accommodating guests in comfort and style.
A much-loved landmark at the heart of Gosforth, and winner of the North East Pub of the Year 2022. The Three Mile is a comfortable stopping-off point for travellers along the Great North Road, a place where families can relax over a post school-run coffee, or where you can meet friends for a great night out, over dinner and drinks.
Pizza Dough Co. is a contemporary, New York-style pizza restaurant serving traditional and bespoke, handcrafted, pizzas, fresh from our state-of-the-art, wood-fired pizza oven.
The Market Lane or “Monkey Bar” as it is affectionately known as by our local regulars, is ‘The Bar’ to get a quality pint and a delicious Instagram-worthy cocktail when you’re in The Toon.
Osbornes Bar is the centre of Jesmond’s night life. Osbornes is simply the “in place” attracting both young and old, students and professionals.
Stretched over two venues with heated outdoor terraces, including outside TVs and Sheesha Garden, Osbornes Bar attracts those wishing to experience that continental atmosphere and simply enjoy being at the heart of Newcastle’s “cafe society”.
With its daily offers, large screen TVs and amazing atmosphere, Osbornes bar is a great night out for all.
The Runhead offers all that you’ll love in a traditional pub. Situated on Holburn Lane, Ryton, The Runhead prides itself on its tasty menu that uses only the best produce and homemade dishes. Running regular live music nights, sport on the big screens, fantastic food and drink offers and having regular events for all the family, The Runhead has something for everyone.
The Duke of Northumberland or “The Clock” as it is well known by city centre drinkers and its regulars, is situated on Clayton Street in the heart of a busy Newcastle City Centre.
The Duke can be traced as far back as the late 1700’s. It is believed the building was a very grand town house, occupied by a very wealthy individual. In 1832, it got converted into a pub and has been serving the Newcastle community ever since. In its early days, The Duke had a grand clock at the vocal point of the building: “I’ll meet you under the clock hinny”, which is where its nickname originated and is still known to most to this day.