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Newcastle

Newcastle Quayside

Newcastle is best known for its nightlife, and what better way to enjoy the views of the city than with a delicious cocktail or perfectly-pulled pint? Newcastle’s bars and pubs are just as famous for their friendly atmosphere as they are for the tipples on offer; if you choose wisely you may even be able to sample some of the north east’s finest pub grub and bar snacks at some of the city’s most popular taverns and restaurants.

If a pie and a pint seems right up your street, The Bridge Tavern and Redhouse on the Quayside each provide a cosy atmosphere where you can tuck into a filling dinner washed down with a local brew. You can also head to The Broad Chare or Lady Grey’s for bar snacks and an outstanding Sunday Lunch menu, whilst The Town Wall and The Forth provide the juiciest selections of burgers to accompany everything from fruity ciders to dark ales.

If you’re a firm fan of craft beer and special ales, BrewDog on Grey Street is the place for you thanks to its specialist on-tap selection, whilst the German inspired Stein Beer Keller in the Bigg Market is sure to start any night with a bang.

For those looking for a more relaxed night with spirits or a glass of wine, Bonbar is a stunning revamped bar and restaurant hidden in the heart of Newcastle’s former Assembly Rooms, whilst nearby Livello is known for its cool outdoor lounge. Cocktail fans are spoiled for choice of glamorous cocktail bars in Newcastle City Centre including The Botanist, Florita’s, Popolo’s and Tokyo, with each providing unique flavours in exotic settings and you may even have the opportunity to try out their Cocktail Making Classes.

If you seek something a little off-beat, why not head to Bierrex’ secret underground bar The Poison Cabinet which is kitted out like a 1920s speakeasy, Tiger Hornsby with its live music and quirky decor, or The Gin Bar for a good old fashioned helping of the nation’s favourite spirit.

Whether you’re in need of a cold one at any of Newcastle's best pubs after a long working day or are looking to paint the town red, Newcastle’s exciting and almost endless choice of bars and pubs is full of pleasant surprises to make your night special.

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  1. Add The Earl of Pitt Street to your Itinerary

    The Earl of Pitt Street

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Situated within a stones throw of St. James' Park, The Earl Of Pitt Street raises the bar in the style and substance stakes. With an Alfred Hitchcock meets Vivienne Westwood inspired decor you will not come across a similar place anywhere.

  2. Add The Broad Chare to your Itinerary

    The Broad Chare

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    The Broad Chare serve up honest, home-cooked food like pubs used to serve: tasty, satisfying, proudly British.

  3. Add Newcastle Falcons Rugby Club to your Itinerary

    Newcastle Falcons Rugby Club

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Newcastle Falcons have been at Kingston Park Stadium, their current home ground since 1990, when they were still known as Newcastle Gosforth.

  4. Add Quay 7 to your Itinerary

    Quay 7

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Quay 7 Bar in the Copthorne Hotel is the ideal place to relax with colleagues, family and friends.

  5. Add Blackfriars Restaurant and Banquet Hall to your Itinerary

    Blackfriars Restaurant and Banquet Hall

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Blackfriars is an award winning restaurant located in a 13th-century medieval friary in the heart of Newcastle.

    With its Dominican origins dating back to 1239, and a long and turbulent history that included a spell as a hostel for King Henry...

  6. Add 21 to your Itinerary

    21

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    The first, and still the flagship, of Terry Laybourne’s family of restaurants, Café 21’s sleek and modern surroundings reflect its menu of stylish, bistro dishes.

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  7. Add Columbus Bar to your Itinerary

    Columbus Bar

    Woolsington

    Enjoy a simple yet varied bar menu of sandwiches and traditional main courses. Columbus Bar has an extensive cocktail menu to tantalise and excite any taste.

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  8. Add Dobson & Parnell to your Itinerary

    Dobson & Parnell

    Quayside Newcastle

    Enjoy a fantastic cocktail at Dobson & Parnell, the hot new restaurant and bar on Queen Street, Newcastle Quayside. Enjoy 50% off bottles of prosecco on a Friday!  The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner and they also serve a 7-course Tasting...

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  9. Add The Trent to your Itinerary

    The Trent

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    The World Famous Trent House has a history steeped in good quality music and football. This little boozer has been part of the neighborhood since 1861.

  10. Add Spy Bar to your Itinerary

    Spy Bar

    Jesmond

    Ten 40-inch LCD TVs showing all of the biggest sporting events, delicious American style burgers and a huge selection of mouth-watering cocktails are on offer at Spy Bar.

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