Bars And Restaurants Near Grey Street Newcastle
Ideally located for Theatre Royal, carrying on your night at Quayside, or heading back up into the city centre, this area is one hot spot to kick off an evening out. Whether you fancy a meal or a couple of drinks, read on to uncover our picks of Grey Street Newcastle bars and restaurants, including rooftop watering holes and boozers tucked away in cute courtyards.
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Hidden away in a quaint courtyard strung with bunting is The Old George Inn, a boozer fronting bottomless brunch, burgers and Sunday roasts. Better yet, the weekly pub quizzes and open mic nights here are sure to keep you entertained once you've had your fill of live sport screenings.
Located on Grey Street, The Muddler Newcastle is a top choice for mouthwatering Asian plates. Step inside this popular hub, where you'll be able to quaff a cocktail (or two), all before sharing sushi platters, vegetable tempura and bao buns in a gorgeous setting.
Restaurants on Grey Street, Newcastle are topped off by all-rounder Leila Lily's. A hotel housing an eatery, cocktail bar and late-night lounge, all decked out in foliage or floral accents, this swanky spot is perfect for everything from grilled mains to afternoon tea with seasonal drinks.
Found down a cobbled road just off Grey Street, YOLO Townhouse is a quaint and characterful destination that has your occasion covered. Whether you fancy bottomless bubbles with small plates, drinks on the rooftop terrace or a full meal, this place has your back.
Looking for bars on Grey Street, Newcastle? Barluga is one of the top watering holes in the area, thanks to its roof terrace and lineup of British dishes. Head here to tuck into Sunday lunches, yellow Thai curry mussels and sticky toffee pud, all washed down with a menu of classic or signature cocktails.
Restaurants near Newcastle Theatre Royal don't get much closer than Lola Jeans, which is sandwiched between the performance space and Grey Street. From its stunning pink and floral-splatted space to the menu of killer cocktails, award-winning burgers or Korean chicken tacos, this place is nothing short of spectacular.
This vintage pub and restaurant is a favourite among after-work drinkers and the weekend crowd alike. A treasure trove of trinkets, seasonal gastro fare and local drinks, Lady Greys is the perfect place if a relaxed evening is just what you're after.
One of the best restaurants in Newcastle city centre, Miller & Carter is perched just off the south end of Grey Street. Perfectly located for continuing your night into Quayside or back towards central, this swish venue is serving up prime cuts of 30-day aged steaks, which is ideal for special occasions.
You'll come for the beaut interiors of exposed brick walls, rustic furniture and bejewelled chandeliers, but stay for the food or cocktails here. Pleased To Meet You is a beyond gorgeous den of drinking and dining, where everything tastes just as good as it looks.