Bars And Restaurants In Newcastle Quayside

So, you're heading to the city's hottest waterfront area for a drink and a bite to eat? From party bars to eateries approved by the Michelin guide, this place really has it all. If you're struggling to decide, read on to uncover our guide to Newcastle Quayside bars and restaurants. 

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Last updated on 12th June 2024

Gusto Italian - Newcastle

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At the heart of Newcastle Quayside, Gusto Italian Newcastle serves up stunning vistas of the Millennium Bridge and a mix of traditional and contemporary dishes. Their menu is a hit, featuring everything from pasta, pizza, and primo meat and fish dishes. For dessert, they've got classic treats like tiramisu and sticky toffee pudding that are executed to perfection. Plus, their European wine list is as impressive as their views, with a stellar selection available by the glass.

The Bridge Tavern

With a focus on seasonal fare and its very own craft beers or ales, The Bridge Tavern is a great brewpub to settle down in at the Quayside. Fronting the likes of smoked cauliflower steaks with za'atar and short rib burgers, it really knows how to satisfy all crowds.

Crown Posada

This historic boozer might be best known for its real ales and historic Grade II listed building with stain glass windows, but it's also fronting superb vintage interiors. From listening to the 1940s house gramophone to sipping on its range of pints, you can't go wrong when you mosey over here.

The Broad Chare

If you're looking for the best restaurants on Newcastle Quayside, then The Broad Chare's Bib Gourmand from the Michelin Guide means it fits the bill. Serving up a range of grub and Sunday lunch, including a choice of monkfish cheeks or haggis on toast with a fried duck egg, the gastropub is bound to hit the spot.