Great pubs and restaurants in Newcastle
Whether you're planning a big night out or simply looking for a brilliant place to eat in Newcastle, we've got the answer.
You'll have the Tyne of your life visiting the vibrant pubs and restaurants in Newcastle. Although the Geordie nightlife is legendary, there's no shortage of things to see and do during the day too. Go on a pilgrimage to Anthony Gormley's Angel of the North statue, walk across the iconic Tyne Bridge stretching over the river or soak up the city's creative hub in the Ouseburn area.
Eat out in Newcastle with our Dining Out Card
There are plenty of places to spend our Dining Out Card in Newcastle.
If you enjoy afternoon tea – with a glass of champagne, or a cocktail or two and a spot of people-watching – look no further than Browns on Grey Street. Housed in a beautiful 1830s building in the centre of the city's historical heartland, it's one of the best places to see and be seen in Newcastle.
Shopping with the family? Treat them to a roast dinner at The Goose Crown Carvery in the Eldon Garden complex. Out with friends? Give the popular Forth Hotel on Pink Lane a whirl – this laidback local used to hold Victorian boxing matches. Or hop over the bridge to Gosforth and check out the Brandling Arms, just the place for great pub-food, a pint of craft beer and a unique game of Gosforth Monopoly.