Beer Gardens In Newcastle

On the hunt for places to drink outside? When it comes to beer gardens in Newcastle, these venues have spades of great ones - all in different shapes and sizes. From cocktails by the River Tyne to craft beers on hidden rooftop havens, there's sure to be something for everyone. See for yourself with our pick of boozy alfresco spots, which will have you topping up your tan as you sink a few tipples.

Last updated on 7th July 2022

Brandling Arms

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A chic and modern pub with a beer garden, the Brandling Arms is a popular spot in the summer months. Inside, you'll find retro-inspired interiors and comfy booths, while the outside space boasts spacious picnic tables and big umbrellas - ideal for escaping any midday heat.

Located in the heart of its charming namesake neighbourhood, The Gosforth Hotel is the perfect spot for an alfresco pint when the sun decides to shine. In the summer months, punters will find streetside seating to the front of the popular pub; the perfect space to eat, drink and chat with friends.

97 & Social - Jesmond

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Pairing beautiful cocktails and stunning interiors, this classy Newcastle watering hole is also a top place for alfresco drinks. What's more, 97 & Social offers up everything from bottomless frozen margaritas with brunch to potent house concoctions and an indulgent tipsy afternoon tea.

The Tyne Bar

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Live music sets, locally-sourced brews and a heated outdoor seating area all come together at The Tyne Bar. Its riverside location also provides you with a lovely backdrop and makes it one of the coolest spots to drink outside.

Is this the biggest beer garden in Newcastle? Not only home to craft beer served from a vibrant shipping container, By The River Brew Co also has a sprawling outdoor space. Their weekend street food market is not to be missed either, with vendors serving up a range of wood-fired pizza, Mexican fare, vegan bites and more.

Out of all the rooftop bars in Newcastle, Alvinos has got some seriously cool vibes to boot. Think murals outside, affordable cocktails whipped up from every spirit under the sun, and old vinyl records decorating the interior.

When it comes to craft pints, The Bridge Tavern is pouring up some of the freshest around from their own on-site microbrewery. And it's not just their cask ales that'll impress. Their intimate roof terrace is up there with the best in the city.