Five Amazing Bars in Newcastle Upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne is considered to be one of the best cities for clubbing and pubbing in the United Kingdom. With such a vibrant nightlife, it’s no wonder internationally renowned DJs make frequent appearances in the city.

Here are some of the best bars in Newcastle upon Tyne that you definitely must check out!

1.The Tyne Bar

The Tyne Bar builds on the legacy of pubs such as The Egypt Cottage and The Barley Mow. It has been recognised as a pillar of the Newcastle pub scene since November 1994, when it contributed to the kickstarting of the cultural renaissance of the city’s Ouseburn Valley

The pub boasts free live music events, food promotions, artisan coffee, craft beers, as well as the renowned beer garden beneath the bridge.


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2. Alvinos Bar

This bar is certainly one of its kind with premises decorated with old vinyl records, beer coasters, and trendy industrial-style lamps. Despite its petite outward appearance, Alvinos hosts three floors, two bars along with an outdoor terrace. 

The beautiful terrace on the first floor is certainly a complimentary feature that provides a rather relaxing sun trap on those hazy summer nights. The bar ensures quality beverages that satisfy your tastebuds.

3. Crown Posada

In the heart of Quayside, the Crown Posada is definitely a must-visit. It the second oldest pub in the city of Newcastle and really has a reputation to uphold. The pub gives alludes a warm, lively and laughter-filled atmosphere that is as atypical as the pub itself. 

The pub has received several CAMRA awards and has been named one of the two pubs in Newcastle City Centre to be listed in the National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors.


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4. The Bridge Tavern 

Located directly under the Tyne bridge, the Bridge Tavern is a Brewpub and eatery that offers seasonal British comfort food with a local twist. 

It offers a wealth of suitable beers to choose from ranging from local to non-local breweries. This location hosts two beer gardens, cozy corners to unwind in peace as well as a well-equipped and well-organised bar.

The on-site brewed artisan ales along with locally sourced seasonal food definitely have people hooked.

5. Pleased To Meet You

Hidden in the heart of Newcastle, Pleased to meet you definitely has a simple yet sophisticated exterior to the building. It offers a varying range of cocktails, craft beers, international gins, and world-renowned wines. It’s the perfect spot to layback and enjoy some of the finest drinks after a day at work. 

The relaxed atmosphere will never have you feeling out of place!

Did we miss out on some of your favourite bars? Be sure to let us know in the comments!

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  1. The Crown Posada is a beautiful piece of history, such a shame the ugly gaming machine looks so out of place…..Get Rid!!


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