WITH MUTED LIGHTING, VINTAGE VIBES AND PLENTY OF NODS TO THE VENUE’S PAST, THE ENGINE ROOM IS A STUNNING RESTORATION OF THE GROUND FLOOR OF SUNDERLAND’S HISTORIC FIRE STATION
ABOUT THE ENGINE ROOM
Housed in one of Sunderland city centre’s most beautiful buildings, which has been spectacularly brought back to life The Engine Room is a key part of The Fire Station’s offer.
Great food is teamed with a fantastic choice of drinks meaning this is a place that can be enjoyed as much for an afternoon meal as it can for an evening out with friends.
Monday to Thursday: 10am – 11:30pm
Friday and Sunday: 10am – midnight
Saturdays: 9am – midnight
10am – 8.30pm
Breakfast menu served between 10am – 11:45am
Outside BBQ (weather dependant): Friday and Saturday 6pm – 10pm
High Street West, City Centre, Sunderland
(0191) 594 7241
The Engine Room
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