Welcome to Pubs Newcastle
This is an independent guide to the pubs of Newcastle Upon Tyne. The website has been recently enhanced for use on a mobile. If you are a visitor to the city and want to enjoy a good night out this comprehensive guide may interest you. Newcastle is now recognised as being the party capital of the United Kingdom and one of the top party cities of the world.
The Bridge Tavern
is Pubs Newcastle's pub/bar of the month for December 2016.
Located in the heart of the Quayside this pub offers a fine range of real ales and a reasonably priced menu.
Real ales include the pubs own cask and keg ale with a micro brewery from Wylam brewery on the ground floor.
Food is available every day with a Christmas menu on offer - bookings are now being taken with 2 courses £20.95 or 3 courses £24.95. Click here for menu.
There is a roof terrace bar and alfresco dining area under the Tyne Bridge that makes a perfect place for parties or private dining with a buffet menu available on request. A good place to check out during the festive period.
Tyne Bank Brewery Tap
located on Walker Road in the the City East area of Newcastle is now open. The tap room is open Friday 5pm - midnight, Saturday 12pm - midnight and Sunday 2pm - midnight.
There is an excellent range of all of the Tyne Bank Brewery ales to choose from with the brewery located next to the tap room.
Live music is featured on certain nights with a small stage in one corner of the bar
More info and pictures of this new brewery tap room is now online.
a new pop up tipi bar located next to the Central Station is now open.
The bar is open for 8 weeks from 10/11/16 to 01/01/17 and will be offering a range of real ales from Wylam Brewery as well as German sausages and Gluhwein
The tipi which is open from 8am - 1am every day has been decked out with Christmas lights and has an open fire to warm yourself when enjoying the festive food and drink on offer.
A DJ will be on play most nights with live events at certain times throughout the Christmas period. More info and pictures of this exciting new bar is now online.
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.
The Jolly Fisherman on the Quay
a new bar and restaurant located in the Quayside area of Newcastle is now open.
Previously known as The Waterline this bar has been given a full makeover from the owners of the Jolly Fisherman in Craster.
The restaurant offers a reasonably priced menu with a range of fish dishes Click here and a good selecion of real ales, cask beers and gins, whiskies and wines on offer.
More info and pictures of this new bar is now online.
Head of Steam - Quayside
located on the Quayside is now open. The bar replaces The Eye on the Tyne and is serving a fine range of ales and a reasonably priced menu.
This increases the number of Head of Steam bars in Newcastle to four of which the others are listed below:
The Head of Steam
The Cluny/Cluny 2
Wylam Brewery Tap
Wylam Brewery have relocated from Heddon on the Wall to the Palace of Arts in Exhibition Park.
Alongside the Brewery there is a Brewery Tap, which is open to the public Thursdays to Saturdays inclusive. The tap is serving a full range of Wylam ales.
Open on Thursdays: 5pm to 11pm, Fridays: 5pm to 11pm, Saturday: Midday to 11pm and Sunday: Midday to 8pm.
Click here for futher information on music events that will be held each week.
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 and other restaurants featured on the site.
for the best places to watch Premier League, Championship and World Cup 2018 matches in Newcastle there is a selection of bars and pubs featured.
Most of the bars feature live football, rugby Six Nations, cricket and World Cup 2018 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 or event.
Links to other sites well worth a visit associated with Pubs Newcastle
Scottish After Dinner Speaker - Jimmy Stirling from Fife, Scotland. To contact Jimmy to make a booking visit www.jimmystirlingcomedy.co.uk
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.