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n.1.A landing place; an elevated staging upon a wharf for discharging coal, etc., as from railway cars, into vessels.
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And the Staith House on the Fish Quay in North Shields won Star Pub of the Year.
staIth I'm told: "Simon wouldn't miss the boys' big day for the world.
The Staith House won the coveted gong at the Great British Pub Awards.
The new strategy, to help cope with the town's growing popularity, involves restricting the flow of traffic at St Anne's Staith, Haggersgate, Pier Road and Khyber Pass.
One of the main changes will be to restrict the flow of traffic on St Anne's Staith, Haggersgate, Pier Road and Khyber Pass.
I'd read lots of positive reviews of The Staith House in North Shields and so with my two guests we decided to give it a whirl.
The longships will be racing then from King's Staith and the riverside will be full of other Vikings and traders.
The BBC Masterchef The Professionals 2010 finalist, who now runs The Staith House on North Shields Fish Quay with wife Kimberley and former work colleague James Laffan, hasn't turned to drink.
New entries come from The House of Tides and The Broad Chare, both on Newcastle's Quayside, Six at the Baltic, in Gateshead, DH-1 in Durham, and The Staith House in North Tyneside.
Among the sites earmarked for investment are The Spread Eagle and The Staith House in North Shields; The Ship Inn in Monkseaton; Fleet Street and The Waterline in Newcastle; The Kittiwake in Whitley Bay; The Fellsider in Whickham; The Golden Lion in Corbridge; The Red Kite in Winlaton Mill and The Sun Inn in Morpeth.
And representing the North East will be Newcastle's Bridge Tavern, North Shields' Staith House, and County Durham's South Causey Inn.
Today's main picture features one of them - the Staith House which stood on the corner of Pearson Place and Curlew Road in Jarrow.