Central StationBlackgate


Be At One  

39/47 Westgate Road, opposite to Liberty House. Close to the Central Station.

Metro - Central Station
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Open: Monday - Thursday 4.30pm - 1am, Friday 3pm - 2am, Saturday 12pm - 2am, Sunday 3pm - 1am.
Telephone 0191 2615771
Facebook: facebook.com/beatonenewcastle
Instagram: instagram.com/BeAtOneNewcastle
Website: beatone.co.uk/newcastle
Bookings: Book online

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John Smith's, Amstel, Heineken, Moretti, Hop House 13 Lager, Peroni, Meantime London Helles, Sierra Nevada and Guinness Cold on tap.
Rekorderlig Cider, Strongbow cider and Strongbow Dark Fruit cider also on offer.

An excellent selection of craft bottled beers, gins, cocktails and wines also served.

No food available - drinking bar only.

Special Deals:
Happy hour Monday - Thursday 4.30pm - 7.30pm, Friday - Sunday 3pm - 6pm.
Download the app to spin the wheel each week and be in with a chance to win a £5.00 cocktail, 30-minute 'APPI HOUR' Boost and some Be At One goodies.
2 for 1 cocktails all day and every day.
£6.00 cocktails all day and every day for Students.
Beer and a shot £6.00, Beer, shot and a cocktail £12.00 for Industry workers.

Live Sports: There are widescreen TV's throughout the bar that make this an excellent place to watch sporting events. Live Sky Sports football, Euro 2024 and Six nations rugby matches shown.

Music: Regular music on play at most times.

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Cocktail bar in The Central Station area that was previously known as The Long Bar and more recently The Waiting Rooms.

The bar which is part of the Stonegate Pubs chain has been given a full revamp and offers a fine range of real ales, craft beers, wines and gins.

There is a long bar to the left of the main entrance with a part tile and wooden floor and smart drop down lighting fixtures over the bar.

The glass exterior gives a bright feel to the bar by day and in the evening there is more subdued and cosy atmosphere.

There is plenty of seating throughout the bar with a mixture of booths and seating by the window as well as high tables and chairs.

The bar is split into two tiers with a separate area at the rear which has a further bar and looks out towards the Station Hotel.

There are 3 widescreen TV's in the main bar area that make for an excellent place to watch sporting events.

Live football matches are shown with premiership matches featured.

The bar attracts a mixed clientele of business people, young crowd, students and those watching the football.

It is a good starting out place on a night out and is a popular attraction to this area with the fine range of drinks available.

The bar is extremely busy on a weekend and also through the week. Regular music on play at most times.

There is a small outside patio and smoking area. Dogs allowed. Free WiFi throughout the bar.

Disabled access is very good with a designated disabled toilet next to the main entrance. Toilets are very smart and clean.

Price: Moderate.