Pubs in Newcastle upon Tyne 

Renowned for being the friendliest city in the UK, you will experience the warmest of welcomes from Newcastle’s locals. The city’s engaging social scene offers a range of homely, comforting pubs where you will be instantly made to feel at home with the best company.

Enjoy some hearty traditional pub grub accompanied by unique ales and beers in watering holes steeped in history throughout the city centre. You will discover great new places as well as new friends as the lively local spirit will lead you to fall in love with the city and have you returning time and time again.



31 Side, Newcastle, NE1 3JE

As the second oldest pub in Newcastle, the Crown Posada is steeped in local history. Complete with an intriguing back story, the grade II listed building still retains its Victorian exterior and original stained glass windows. You'll find the Crown Posada in the city centre, just two minutes’ walk from Grey’s Monument, so ensure that you pop by for a drink with a friendly welcome from a traditional Geordie pub.



36 Lime Street, Ouseburn, NE1 2PQ

Successfully combining a pub, music and art into one, The Cluny is worth a visit day or night. Showcasing a mix of familiar and unknown bands, it has a reputation as one of the most important venues for fresh new talented musicians in the North East. With a range of ciders, real ales, lagers, comforting pub food and live music, what more could you need for an entertaining night out.



25 Broad Chare, Newcastle, NE1 3DQ

Everything that you love about a good pub can be found in The Broad Chare. Priding itself on making guests feel at home, a genuine warm welcome is guaranteed. Choose from a vast range of spirits, guest ales and quality beers including their very own label ‘The Writer’s Block’, brewed locally by Wylam Brewery in Newcastle. The comforting home cooked food is also a must, with satisfying British pub grub at its best.



7 Akenside Hill, Newcastle, NE1 3UF

Situated directly under the iconic Tyne Bridge, tucked between the stanchions, you will find The Bridge Tavern. A popular choice in Newcastle you can expect a friendly welcome and a relaxed pub environment. An on-site Micro Brewery creates unique Real Ales that you won’t be able to taste anywhere else. Opt for a light lunch with a sharing plater, or indulge in a hearty meal for seasonal British comfort food at its best.