Welcome to the night!
From a quiet pint in a traditional Tyneside pub to the latest sounds from top DJs, there’s no shortage of things to do here after dark.
Whether you’re a gaming beginner or a professional, you can be sure of a warm and friendly welcome 24/7 at Aspers Casino. With more variety, more choice, more slots, more tables and more fun, you’ll be well looked after.
Playfully innovative, Aveika chooses to tear up the rulebook of traditional Japanese dining, reworking Japanese classics with a modern, innovative twist. Live DJs play a mixture of lounge, house and popular music.
With ten elegant booths Bonbar offers a spacious yet welcoming environment for daytime and evening restaurant dining, drinks or a late night out complete with DJs on weekends and occasional live music.
The Crown Posada pub is a Grade 2-listed building with a Victorian exterior, an elaborately panelled entrance, original stained glass windows and a warm, lively, and laughter-filled atmosphere that’s as rare as the pub itself.
Drawing on stripped back urban influences and mixing them with simple design features and details, Dat Bar promises to be the most unique place to eat, drink, and be merry in Newcastle. It’s located on Market Street.
Digital is one of the city’s biggest and best loved nightclubs with four rooms, a capacity of 1,400 and one of the best sound system you’ll ever encounter, the Funktion-One dance stack. Find this much-loved venue in Times Square.
In terms of pub locations, Fitzgeralds is hard to beat. It’s situated on Grey Street, which is by far the city’s most stunning street in terms of striking architecture. It’s also within walking distance of the prestigious Theatre Royal.
Indulge yourself in the world of decadent drinks and compelling conversations here. With a vast array of whiskeys, wines and champagnes, Glass House will tempt you into trying something new or to indulge you with your favourite selections.
Harry’s offer their very own exclusive brand of white and red wine, ‘Harry’s House’, an eclectic cocktail menu with weekly cocktail specials, an ambient and warm atmosphere in the bar and restaurant, suitable for children during the day.
Hop & Cleaver
Expect BBQ ribs, bathtub bourbon, micro brewery, cocktails and hard shakes, daiquiri and margarita slushes, superb salads, smokey brisket, pulled pork, beer-can chicken, an outside courtyard and make your own Manhattans!
Livello offers inventive and modern cocktail mixology. Members are taken care of and entertained nightly with an effervescent array of live musicians, diverse weekly events, high grade DJs and imaginative nights.
Lola Jeans Newcastle
Lola Jeans Newcastle situates themselves perfectly for city centre shoppers, businesses, and Newcastle’s cocktail savvy circuit. The venue covers all the bases from lunch to snacks, group dining, private functions, coffees and cocktails.
Lola Jeans Tynemouth
Top bar tenders with more than 16 years experience between them have compiled a list of tried and tested mixed drinks using only the best spirits and finest liqueurs from the timeless mojito to fun modern classics like the NY cosmo.
Madame Koo is serious about not taking life too seriously… she likes nothing better than pulling on her favourite kimono, grabbing a cosmo, and shaking her sandals to the small hours and she’s hit Newcastle with a fire cracking bang!
Nancy’s has ripped it up, re-wrapped, remixed and re-imagined night life with a melting pot of sounds, scenes and sugar coated your senses with something a little left of centre for people who simply don’t conform to the norm.
Newcastle City Hall
Newcastle City Hall prides itself on showcasing the finest acts from around the world – the biggest names in the business play the City Hall. You can find this venue in a central location with plenty of transport links close by.
Multi-award winning late night bar, No28, is well-known as the city centre’s finest hidden gem. Winner of Best Late Night Venue two years in a row this is the place to meet, eat, drink and dance the night away.
The O2 Academy’s a dramatic and atmospheric place to experience some of the biggest names in music. The venue also hosts two of the country’s biggest and most renowned club nights each and every week.
Osbornes bar is at the centre of Jesmond’s night life. With three bars stretched over its two venues, offering a diverse drinks range from premium spirits, draught lager, real ales, world beers, cocktails and a wide selection of wines.
Pleased to Meet You
Pleased To Meet You has styled itself as a gin palace, with a dizzying array of the stuff behind the bar, but also has an impressive range of craft beers, ales, wines and cocktails. This venue is hidden away on High Bridge Street.
A retro chic 70s style bar with a party atmosphere, this has been a hot spot since 1995, an unforgettable venue set in a Grade 2-listed building. It’s open every Friday and Saturday or your unforgettable weekend in Newcastle.
Revolution is a luxurious bank conversion with original 30ft ceilings, marble pillars and classic wood features. It has cemented itself into the Newcastle scene with a reputation for fantastic music and a great atmosphere.
An international home for music and musical discovery, bringing about a widespread and long-term enrichment of the musical life. It has an inclusive approach to all its performances, classes and participation programmes.
Signor Prosecco is a brand new, modern bar serving over nine different types of prosecco all from the Bortolomiol Winery. There is a Cicchetti menu also available at the bar incase you’re feeling pecking after a few drinks.
One of the most popular venues in Newcastle, and the pub where staff from other pubs go for a drink, it boasts a traditional long bar, Victorian stained glass domes, elaborately tiled floors, and lots and lots of history.
Visit The Botanist in central Newcastle to experience a world-famous selection of botanical cocktails, craft beers and ales, champagne and wine. Food at The Botanist is inspired by the deli, rotisserie and BBQ.
Dubbed ‘The Coffin’ by locals because of its unusual shape, The Central has been fully restored to its Victorian Splendour complete with rooftop terrace. The bar serves up a great selection of beers, ales, wines and spirits.
The Cluny/Cluny 2
In the words of The Guardian, The Cluny boasts a ‘characterful mix of old and new, slick and rough and ready’ whilst offering a different experience to other city-centre venues. Find it in the trendy Ouseburn area.
The Gate is Newcastle’s premier leisure and entertainment centre. There’s a wide range of restaurants and cafes, pubs, bars and clubs as well as the north east’s most exciting casino, Aspers, where entry is membership free!
The Gin Bar Crowne Plaza
The Gin Bar at the Crowne Plaza Hotel specialises in martinis and other authentically-produced gin based cocktails. You can create, or ‘re-engineer’ your own cocktail the way you want it using the unique menu.
Set in the heart of the city centre, The Stand has established itself as the most popular comedy venue in the north east. Its achieved this through both promoting local talent and attracting some of the finest touring acts in the business.
Tiger Hornsby is situated on Newcastle’s iconic Quayside. From Tiger Hornsby’s award winning cocktails to its unique interior setting, you are assured to have an amazing experience at this fantastic venue.
Unleash your inner tiger in seven spectacular party rooms at Tiger Tiger Newcastle. The bar has been created to be your very own playground of fun and frivolity – all with killer cocktails and banging tunes.
Established over a decade ago, Tokyo has blazed a trail for cutting edge cocktails. The indoor outdoor roof terrace provides the perfect spot to hook up with friends and kick back whether it be for midweek drinks or weekend jaunts.
The Town Wall is a public house and eatery in Newcastle serving excellent food and an extensive drinks selection. Food is served both in the lively bar and in the basement dining and cinema room which is available for private hire.
Trillians Rock Bar is Newcastle’s best kept secret, a place where you can hang out with your friends, listen to your favourite bands, sample a wide range of premium drinks and dance the night away.
Tup Tup Palace
Located in the heart of Newcastle’s nightlife on the now infamous ‘Diamond Strip’, clubbers enter a bohemian world of escapism, luxury and eastern finery at Tup Tup Palace. It’s the place to be seen in Newcastle.
With four auditoria, an art exhibition space, workshop/meeting rooms and three onsite bar-cafes, Tyneside Cinema is an inclusive, well-used and much-loved cultural venue and social destination for everyone.
World Headquarters is the only independent nightclub in Newcastle. It’s Newcastle’s only truly underground, word of mouth, musically driven club and is laid out over the lower two floors of Curtis Mayfield House.