OLD MEETS NEW AT THE DUN COW SUNDERLAND
IN THIS STUNNINGLY RESTORED PUBLIC HOUSE.
ABOUT THE DUN COW SUNDERLAND
Set in the shadow of Sunderland’s historic Empire Theatre, in a Grade II listed building, the Dun Cow offers a contemporary twist on a traditional pub.
The original dark wood and stained glass panelling and hand-carved Edwardian backbar allow you to take a step back in time. But the extensive drinks offer is bang up to date, with handpicked craft and real ale choices, updated regularly to keep things interesting!
Upstairs is a fully-furnished function area, that can be hired exclusively for all kinds of events.
Monday to Thursday: 12pm – 12midnight
Friday to Saturday: 11am – 12midnight (10am on Saturday match days)
Sunday: 11am – 12midnight
Garden Place, High Street West, Sunderland, SR1 3HA
(0191) 567 2262
The Dun Cow Sunderland
OUR OTHER VENUES
Spectacularly brought back to life, The Peacock is a stylish addition to Sunderland’s bar and pub scene. Named in honour of The Peacock Inn, which once graced the site, this family-friendly pub offers comfortable surroundings and a stunning food menu.
THE DUN COW JESMOND
Warm, cosy and stylish, the Dun Cow Jesmond is tucked away in Brandling Village, a stone’s throw from the suburb’s popular Osborne Road. Fresh home-cooked food and a great choice of drinks including an extensive gin selection.
THE ENGINE ROOM AT THE FIRE STATION
Housed in one of Sunderland city centre’s most beautiful buildings, which has been wonderfully restored, The Engine Room is a key part of The Fire Station’s offer.
Nestled on Newcastle’s beautiful Quayside, with views across to the stunning Sage Gateshead, is Charts, a place that will take you on a musical and culinary adventure. Great food, inspired by flavours from around the world, is coupled with jazz and funky soul music – for relaxed grown-up days and nights.