New Updates at The Old Newcastle House:

We are so grateful for all the support of our customers throughout this entire pandemic, and we ask you to be patient with us as we adjust to yet Another new set of restrictions as Durham Region Enters Lockdown. Our fantastic staff are working so hard to adjust too, so please be patient with us as we do our best to keep everybody safe, and happy!

Cheers, see you Soon
Kevin & Staff


Call for Takeout starting at 11:30 am, 905 987 4200, and pickup at our back window, at 119 King Ave. West, Newcastle.
Order ONLINE and SAVE 10% off your order: www.oldnewcastlehouse.com/order




Save 10% off when you place your Takeout Order Online at The Old Newcastle House Taps & Grill! It’s easy to create your order, pay online, and pickup at 119 King Avenue West, in the Village of Newcastle.
And, there’s NO minimum order to get your 10% Off!
Order through the link on our website at: https://www.orderoldnewcastlehouse.com/order#/
Text ‘menu’ or ‘takeout’ to: 647 494 9466 for the full menu!
Scan the QR Code: open the camera on your phone, aim it at the QR code, and see the full menu!



The Old Newcastle House Taps & Grill located in the historic town of Newcastle Ontario offers a great spot to gather for travellers and neighbors alike, since 2009.  Situated at the West end of Newcastle on King Avenue (Highway #2), the friendly atmosphere and great pub fare welcome you.

Enjoy our permanent outdoor patio from May to October. Our Patio is a very popular meeting place for people to gather for a great time out with family and friends. Our new addition, Newcastle Dairy Ice Cream, opens in our back lot from Spring to Fall.

What makes this the best pub to come back to? Our great service, excellent food and great atmosphere!

Our loyal customers return every week, and you don’t have to travel far from home to enjoy a good time out. Join us for Live Music on some Friday or Saturday Nights, and try our Weekly Specials and soak up an authentic pub right-in-your-neighbourhood atmosphere with a bit of Newcastle Heritage flair.

Watch our Social Media pages for updates on daily specials and upcoming events!


Front Door Spring

Some Fun Facts about our first10 years at The Old Newcastle House:



How Many Caesars have we served in 10 years?


  • All told, we have sold roughly 20 Caesars a day, or 7300 a year or 73,000 over a 10-year span!!!!!!!
  • With all the trimmings, that’s 219,000 olives, 219,000 dashes of Worcestershire and Tabasco, 73,000 pickled asparagus spears, and a whopping 34,353 litres of the best Caesar mix around, Clamato!!!
How much Beer was been sold in 10 years…AMAZING!
  • From 2009-2019 we have sold approximately 200,000 litres of beer! That’s the equivalent of approximately 3500 kegs or 5 full-size tanker trucks, and all those kegs stacked end to end is the equivalent of 7000 feet or 4 CN Towers…!!! Unbelievable!!!!! Not bad for a small town pub…Factoid provided by Kevin!

Introducing the Bird’s Nest

As part of our 10th anniversary, We were happy to recognize Lorraine & Phil Bird, from Wilmot Creek in Newcastle, with a special place at The Old Newcastle House Taps & Grill! Lorraine & Phil have been coming in every week, for 10 years, since day 1, way back in 2009. Lorraine & Phil love sitting at our table 14 (at the bottom of the stairs).
We have witnessed a few “Bird Attacks” over the years if anyone is occupying their nest! With that being said, we are honoured to rename table 14, “The Birds Nest”. Their unwavering support and friendship have been greatly appreciated!

The Leaning Area

The Leaning Area, located by the bar, has been created with a beautiful live edge finish and constructed in ash, by Marchant Custom Builds & Contracting Jeff Marchant!
The tree used for this project was harvested from a site on Beaver Street in Newcastle, and pays tribute to Mr. Karl Weyrich, the proprietor of Karl Weyrich Wood Specialties. His factory was located where the No Frills currently stands. An image of the factory is included on the top of this custom design! We were fortunate to find a matchbook from the 40s or 50s that bears his name as well.

This sturdy installation held up a few burly men and was the center of conversation at our recent St. Patrick’s Day Event!
Join us in celebrating #VillageofNewcastle history!