Help us find Sunderland's best pub - here's your top 10

We've got our finalists for Sunderland's Pub Of The Year 2017 - and now the competition is all about finding number one.

Monday, 23rd October 2017, 11:08 am
Updated Tuesday, 12th December 2017, 12:27 am
Help us find the Pub of the Year.

You’ve given us 10 mouth-watering candidates and now it’s time to ensure your favourite nets the top spot.

Do you prefer a cosy traditional ale house, with comfy seats, crackling fire, the happy hum of background conversation and a pint?

Perhaps it’s the banter and cheer of a buzzing street-corner boozer, or gleaming city bar, craft beers and rustic snacks?

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Tell us who balances charm and history, service and sympathy, a well-stocked bar and hearty food, all pulled together with effortless professionalism.

So who do you want to win? To vote from the 10-strong list, simply fill in the coupon you'll find in today's paper, stating the full name and address of the pub you wish to nominate.

Closing date for nominations is 10am, Friday, November 24, 2017.

Please be aware photocopied or defaced coupons will not be accepted.

Coupons hand-delivered to the office or any received after the closing date will also not be accepted.


SEC025 The Blue Bell, Peareth Hall Road, Washington.

SEC044 Cheers, High Street East, Sunderland.

SEC070 The Stumble Inn, 88 Chester Road, Sunderland.

SEC080 The Dolphin Pub, Ashdown Road, Sunderland.

SEC093 Hastings Hill, 2 Chester Road, Sunderland.

SEC095 The Victory, 39-40 North Bridge Street, Sunderland.

SEC097 The Grange Hotel, 225-227 Newcastle Road, Sunderland.

SEC108 The Avenue, Zetland Street, Sunderland.

SEC109 The Wolseley, 40 Millum Terrace, Sunderland.

SEC116 The Promenade, 1-2 Queens Parade, Sunderland.