Welcome to Pubs Newcastle
This is an independent guide to the pubs of Newcastle Upon Tyne.
If you are a visitor to the city and want to enjoy a good night out this comprehensive guide may interest you.
There has never been a better time to visit Newcastle with all the uncertainty over Brexit, flight delays and increased Euro costs so why not ditch visiting Europe, stay in the UK and visit Newcastle.
Newcastle has plenty to offer with a rich history, cultural, food and entertainment scene and is recognised as being the party capital of the UK and one of the top party cities of the world.
is Pubs Newcastle's pub/bar of the month for December 2018.
This traditional Newcastle pub which dates back to 1923 offers a good range of ales and bottled beers and a daily food menu.
The bar is open every day from from 10:00am - midnight. Food is served Monday - Saturday from 10am to 9pm, Sunday 10am - 7pm with breakfast from 10am.
Click here to view the daily food menu.
The pub serves it own real ale - City Tavern Ale and Bar Hound Golden Ale.
A Christmas menu will be available from 20th November - 31st December - main £13.95, two courses £19.95 or 3 courses £24.95.
Click here to view the Christmas menu.
With the excellent range of ales and food on offer the bar can be busy most times of the day, especially in the evening and on the weekend.
The Union Rooms
located in the Central Station area of Newcastle has reopened after a full refurbishment.
The main bar has been completely transformed with new Staropramen Tanks behind the bar and a menu added from San Lorenzo Restaurant in Gosforth.
In addition to the new food menu, there is an extensive drinks menu with a selection of cask ales, craft beers, ciders, gins and cocktails on offer.
The Union Rooms will also be screening live sports in the Sports Room, with a pool table.
The pub is open Monday - Thursday 10am - 11pm, Friday 10am - 1am, Saturday 9am - 1am, Sunday 9am - 12am.
Click here for the latest food menu. Breakfast, Main menu and a Sunday lunch menu will be available at the Union Rooms.
More info and new pictures of this pub is now online.
Disappointing and sad news in the Evening Chronicle on 24/10 that The Cooperage a Grade 2 listed building on the Quayside could be lost forever.
This historical building dates back to the 15th century and is one of the few remaining buildings left on the Quayside that escaped the great fire of Newcastle Quayside in 1854.
The pub closed it's doors in 2009 and was bought by Manners Ltd a company linked to the Apartment Group who own bars in Newcastle such as As You Like it, Floritas, Holy Hobo, House of Smith, Madame Koo and Nancy's Bordello.
It is disappointing to hear that Manners Ltd/The Apartment Group have let this historical pub get into a state of disrepair and have elected to leave it to rot so it can be demolished.
It is hard to believe that such an important historical Newcastle building could be treat in this way and it must be saved at all costs!!!.
A Change.org petition has been raised by Phil Clarke in an attempt to get enough support to save this impressive at risk medieval timber framed building as a lasting reminder of the history of Newcastle upon Tyne.
Pubs Newcastle would welcome support from it's visitors by signing the petition - Click here to access the Change.org petition.
located in the City Centre area of Newcastle is now open.
This new container park is described as a 'Creative Social Hub for Entertainment, Culture, Work and Play. A destination concept in the heart of Newcastle City Centre'.
There is an extensive choice of different food and drink outlets on offer to suit all tastes with plenty of outside tables/benches, which should be busy when the weather is good.
Hadrian's Tipi has returned for Christmas opening its doors on 12th October, offering Live music, DJ on most nights and festive drinks around an open fire.
A new Ice bar will also be opening in the near future to add to the variety of bars in the Stack.
More info and pictures of this exciting new container park is now online.
Miracle on Grey Street
located on Grey Street in the City Centre area of Newcastle is now open.
This new pop up Christmas bar from the Malhotra group will be open for 6 weeks over the Christmas period.
The bar is open Sunday - Thursday 12pm - 11pm, Friday & Saturday 12pm - 12am.
Then venue replaces the Living Room which closed it's doors recently.
Festive drinks including Mulled wine and Mulled cider will be served with a selection of Nice & Naughty cocktails.
More info and pictures of this new pop up bar is now online.
located in the Quayside area of Newcastle is now open.
This new late jazz bar replaces the former Flynns bar which closed some time ago.
The bar will be offering live music with a jazz theme and a food menu Click here and will be open from 9am - 1am every day (8am on a Sunday).
More info and pictures on this new jazz bar is now online.
located on the roundabout at the bottom of Pilgrim Street in the City Centre area of Newcastle is now open.
This new Alpine ski themed bar replaces the former Nirvana bar that was previously located on the site.
The bar is open Monday - Friday 12pm - late, Saturday & Sunday 9.30am - late. There is a Bavarian style menu on offer - Click here for menu and special offers on drinks and food.
There is a large outside terrace area to the front of the bar with plenty of Alpine seating and ski gondoliers.
More info and pictures of this ski themed bar is now online.
The Holy Hobo
located in the Jesmond area of Newcastle is now open.
This new bar which was prevoiusly known as Mr Lynch serves up a fine selection of drinks and a varied food menu - Click here for the food on offer.
The bar is open every from 12pm - 2am. There is a hppy hour every day from 5pm - 7pm with 2 for 1 on drinks. Reduced prices for Students with valid Student card.
The bar serves Budvar Budweiser Tankove Pivo Tank Beer and an excellent range of craft beers on draught and in cans. There is a small outside seating area to the front of the bar. Live Music is also a regular feature on a Friday & Saturday. More info and pictures of this new bar is now online.
By The River Brew Co
located in the Quayside area of Newcastle is now open.
This new micro brewery bar is part of a container village which is transforming the Quayside on the Gateshead side of the river underneath the Tyne Bridge.
There is also an exciting new range of independent street food traders including a Hawker Market and Trakol Restaurant (Open Fire Kitchen).
More info and pictures of this exciting new container park from By The River Brew Co is now online.
located on Broad Chare in the Quayside area of Newcastle is now open.
This new wine bar/restaurant/cafe from the 21 Hospitality group is inpired by travels in France and Italy.
The bar is open Tuesday - Friday 8am - 10pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am - 10pm.
Then venue replaces the popular former Caffe Vivo restaurant which has been given an full makeover and a new name.
A tasty food menu is on offer with a good selection of wines, draughts and craft bottled beers.
More info and pictures of this new wine bar/cafe/restaurant will be online shortly.
Evening Chronicle Newcastle Pub Quiz
How well do you know the pubs and bars in Newcastle.
Have a go at the Evening Chronicle's Newcastle pub quiz: Can you identify the 19 city centre bars in the quiz?.
Click here to access the Evening Chronicle quiz and test your knowledge.
For information on arranging a Tyne River Cruise -- check out www.riverescapes.co.uk You can book a party night or cruise on the Tyne as an alternative to a club or a night out
For information about where to eat out in Newcastle
There is a choice of Chinese, English, Italian, Indian, Mexican, Spanish, American, Japanese, Thai and other restaurants featured on the site.
for the best places to watch Premier League, Championship, World Cup and UEFA Euro 2020 matches in Newcastle there is a selection of bars and pubs featured.
Most of the bars/pubs feature live football, rugby Six Nations, cricket and Euro /World Cup football matches some with large screens and special offers during match days.
Stags & Hens
information that would be of interest to anyone arranging a Stag or Hen party/weekend in Newcastle or further afield.
There are links to Stag & Hen sites who can help you arrange a party, weekend, accommodation or an event.
Links to other sites well worth a visit associated with Pubs Newcastle
WW1 Centenary Ales Hadrian Border has produced four WW1 Centenary Ales to commemorate the Tyneside Scottish, Tyneside Irish, Newcastle Commercials and the Durham Light Infantry.
Top Ten Pubs Pubs Newcastle's Top Ten Pubs worth visiting in no particular order.
Pub Crawls Information on some Pub Crawls where you can sample the best of Newcastle.
For the more adventurous try the Upmarket Pub Crawl where you can visit some of the more stylish bars in Newcastle.
Old Bars/Pubs of Newcastle Information on some of the former bars and pubs in Newcastle that have now closed.
The bars/pubs shown on this page are all those that have been featured on the site previously with information on what has happened to each bar/pub.