Pubs & bars in Tyne And Wear

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  • Stylish decor, soulful sounds and stunning international cuisine makes Charts the hottest new addition to Newcastle's picturesque Quayside.

  • SPECIALIST CITY STEAK RESTAURANT & BAR Serving the finest Himalayan salt dry-aged steaks, Spanish Wagyu and other great local meat, fish & vegetarian dishes.

  • Microbrewery with a firm emphasis on freshness. Our Tap room has 20 keg lines and serves the latest craft beer releases and tap takeovers from independent breweries from around the globe

  • Live Theatre in Newcastle upon Tyne has aircon. The pub has disabled facilities, it has a function room that can be booked. Live Theatre shows live comedy.

  • Quite simply the best ale house in Gateshead, serving up to 13 handpulls and 2 kegged ales. Bottled beers from around the world, quality wines and spirits.

  • The smart Chez Mal Brasserie is the heart of Malmaison Newcastle, with British and French inspired dishes with our gifted Chefs adding their own creative slant to the menu. In our bar we serve hand-chosen craft beers, buckets of fizz and an exciting list

  • AVEIKA is a contemporary Japanese Restaurant & Late Bar nestled in the heart of Newcastle’s iconic Quayside.

  • Our award winning Quayside bar is located on the banks of the River Tyne. Overlooking the 'tilting' Millennium Bridge, The Baltic, Sage (Contemporary Music Venue) & The Tyne bridge, this really has one of the best views in the city.

  • The foundations were laid on 9th June 1994 when we took over the Border Brewery Company in Berwick upon Tweed (pictured). This was an 8 barrel brew plant with 15 barrels of fermenting capacity, selling 2 barrels per week at that time.

  • Pie, mash and ale house on the Quayside, that serves the finest Ale in the land with Ten hand pulls and you can MIX N MATCH your PIE N MASH.

  • Reputed to be the second oldest pub in Newcastle it's great for really good beer - with a wide selection - and a cosy, traditional interior.

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