Pubs in Tyne & Wear in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... said, some of the bar staff don't know how to make the stuff! They have seats outside during the summer. During the day they offer a table service and allow you to run up a tab. This stops at 6PM, after which you have to be over 18 to get served at the bar, and the place turns into a normal pub in atmosphere. The service in the place can be good depending on who you get, but some of the staff are a little 'robotic'. I've gotten to know one of them quite well though and he offers me 'special' pitchers with interesting mixes. I'm convinced that at certain times of the week The Lounge turns into a gay club, I... more
Customer Pubs in Tyne & Wear in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/08/02, updated on 30/12/04 (Very useful, 640 readings)
There isn't a top 10 category for pubs and clubs in Newcastle, but I can't actually name Ten GREAT pubs and clubs anyway, so I thought I'd cheat and use the 'in general' section for my favourite seven. I'm going to stress that my preference is Rock clubs, so there's not really and 'normal' night clubs in here. Newcastle is great for night life - places like Rockshots, Luckies, Baha, Julies 2 and The Boat cater for all tastes. The Empress offers cheap drinks, and there's lots of other places around the Quayside and Bigg Market too. I'm just going to cover the places I like to go to though. THE GOOSE ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/01, updated on 25/07/01 (Very useful, 2512 readings)
It's true. Newcastle is without a doubt a very happening city and is widely regarded as the best partying city in Britain. Since there was no category for Newcastle night life specifically I'll make do with this one, which is relevant enough. This is an overview of what Newcastle has to offer in the way of nightlife. There are bars and clubs to satisfy all tastes in Newcastle. The infamous Bigg Market is the place to go if you enjoy lads (and lasses) fighting, couples shagging and bodies collapsing and basically just want a mad hectic time. This has loads and loads of clubs and is nearby many clubs. The Quayside is also renowned for its pubs, ... Read the complete review
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