Cool and Quirky Bars in Newcastle
It's no secret that our city is one hot ticket when it comes to a decent night out, from roaring clubs to sexy cocktail joints. And while a cracking bar is the norm, there's also a whole host of unusual and unique places to drink. So whether it's a birthday party with extra pizzazz or a second date you're searching for, we've rounded up the quirkiest cocktail bars in Newcastle right here.
Offering craft brews and sourdough pizza in as trendy urban setting, BrewDog is a staple in Newcastle's drinking scene. Browse their selection of other 33 stunning craft creations on tap and fully-stocked fridges next time you're looking for after-work drinks or laid-back date.
97 & Social is one of the top quirky restaurants in Newcastle, nodding to an English heritage theme with baroque fireplaces, floral wallpaper and intricate light fixtures. As well as offering one of the best happy hours in Jesmond, this spot serves a hearty menu of comfort food classics.
One of Newcastle's coolest haunts, Madame Koo is a place for late night libations and all sorts of fun. The quirky bar and nightclub is well-known for good reason, with a 1920s Asian theme that includes Chinese lanterns, intimate booths and twinkling fairy lights.
From live bands through to enjoying the sun on the outdoor terrace, As You Like It has to be one of the best cocktail bars in Newcastle. Stop by this fun venue to discover four different bars all with a unique theme, including incredible chandeliers, lots of plants and exposed brickwork.
Eden is a botanical bliss offering everything from brunch to karaoke booths, catering to any occasion. Step inside the florally-adorned hideaway which features a gorgeous dining space, three unique club rooms, three dance floors and six bars for all of your hedonistic desires.
Surely one of the coolest cocktail bars in Newcastle, Florita's is a go-to for late night partying, live entertainment and massive tunes. From hand-painted murals to the vintage touches, this place isn't just a pretty face as it also knocks up a neat list of signature drinks.
If there's one place you're going to want to get to know a little better, it's Pleased To Meet You. One of the top bars in Newcastle city centre, this place offers something a little different with its old-school decor, incredible gin list and scrumptious small plates.
From the notorious cocktails through to the hearty American plates, Jam Jar in Jesmond is all sorts of cute and quirky. With daytime drinking written all over it, the spot is perfect for a casual night that starts with juicy burgers and milkshakes before happy hour kicks off.
If you're looking for traditional and full of interesting trinkets, then Lady Greys is the space for you. The topsy-turvy little pub is filled with bits and bobs such as type writers, globes and historical prints, all found alongside an excellent selection of cask ales and tasty bites to eat.
Searching for cool bars in Newcastle? Alvinos oozes laid-back vibes with foosball tables, pinball machines and DJs taking over when the weekend rolls around. That's not all though, as this quirky boozer will keep you coming back for its alfresco drinking opportunities and happy hour deals.