Whoo Hoo! Newcastle Dairy is now open daily from 12-9 to cure all your ice cream cravings! Bring your coworkers, friends, and family out for cool treats as the temperatures rise this week during this heatwave! ☀☀☀☀☀
Newcastle Dairy is open weather permitting, and is cash only, behind The Old Newcastle House Taps & Grill.


We’re looking ahead to a busy summer and we’re on the hunt for some great new team members! Please apply via email to:, or visit our careers page to submit your resume online:


Making a Reservation? Please give us a call to book, at 905 987 4200.
As our space is limited and we can get quite busy at times especially on the weekend, we are asking you to arrive on time as we will not be holding your table more than 15 minutes past your reservation time. If you can’t make it, please give us a call to cancel so we can allow for that space to be available. Cheers everyone for your cooperation!
THE PATIO is not open for reservations, first come, first served.



WOW~We’re big Winners again this year for the 2023 Reader’s Choice Awards! Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote us #1 in the following categories…Best Outdoor Patio, Hamburger, Pasta, and Sports Bar!
We’re also winners in these categories, so come and try us out, if you haven’t been in before, and try something new from our menus!
– Atmosphere, Casual Dining, Cocktails, Family, Ice Cream / Frozen Yogurt, Online Menu, Overall Service – Restaurant, Pick-up and Delivery, Pub, Restaurant with a View, Wings!


Pictured (LtoR): Fred Horvath; Newcastle Community Hall 100th Anniversary Committee; Janeen Rowsell, Newcastle Community Hall 100th Anniversary Committee; Kathleen Atkison, artist logo designer; Mayor Foster; Tracey Yates, Lightcaster Brewery; Kevin Adams, owner The Old Newcastle House; Councillor Zwart; Nelson Lang, Lightcaster Brewery; Jim Gorry, Lightcaster Brewery; Councillor Woo and Barry Carmichael; Newcastle Community Hall 100th Anniversary Committee.

The secret is out, what you’ve been waiting for…a new collectible is out on the town this week!
Just released, and an official Limited Edition, celebrate Newcastle Community Hall’s 100th Anniversary with our new beer in cooperation with The Old Newcastle House and Lightcaster Brewery! The collaboration arises as this new limited edition will only be available in one batch of 1000 cans, and only available at The Old Newcastle House, while quantities last. Come one, come all, and get yours to save or savour before they’re all gone!
Newcastle Town Hall 100th Anniversary Commemorative beer can be best described as a take on a classic German creation that embodies the essence of tradition – Crisp, clean, and refreshing, this golden-hued brew is the epitome of balance and simplicity. This beer greets you with a gentle aroma of fresh grains and a hint of floral hops.
Each and every can will be signed from can 1 to can 1000 by our own Kevin Adams, owner of The Old Newcastle House and Newcastle resident Jake Vanhaverbeke. The first and last cans of production are to be donated to the Newcastle Historical Society for safe keeping as part of the recognition of the anniversary.
This initiative comes about as a way to not only commemorate the 100th anniversary of our beloved Newcastle Community Hall, but all profits beyond the cost of production will go directly to a donation for the Clarington East Food Bank, so we’ll be able to help those in our community as well!
Our thanks go out to Lightcaster Brewery’s Jim Gorry and Nelson Lang, and to all those in the community who helped bring this concept to fruition (also for keeping it a secret for so long, as it took six months to get to the release!) Special thanks to Kathleen Atkinson for the beautifully designed label, and the 100th anniversary committee and Newcastle Village and District Historical Society for their support! Will it be one to have on your shelf or to enjoy now?