Newcastle is a fine city, and it should be no surprise the place that produced one of the UK's most popular ales is home to a fine drinking and party culture. There is lots of fantastic nightlife to be had in Newcastle, making it perfect for large groups. Read More
The diamond strip is one of Newcastle's newer centres of nightlife and party spots, but it has already become one of the best-known and most popular. Bars started springing up in the area in the late 2000s. First there was a swanky VIP bar, and when that disappeared three more accessible joints took its place. Then another opened nearby, followed by another and another. Now, the area is home to loads of fantastic bars, pubs and clubs of every shape and size, making it one of the premier places to hold a stag or hen do.
The famous Bigg Market is probably the most famous nightlife hotspot in Newcastle. A few hundred years ago the Bigg Market was a thriving marketplace that formed part of the Great North Road. Today, it is one of Newcastle's historic sites with many listed buildings and, more importantly, an area well-known for its drinking culture. The area contains 20 different bars and pubs, and though it is already one of the finest party spots in the city, it is undergoing further improvements thanks to lottery funding secured last year.
The Gate is a major indoor complex in the very heart of Newcastle. It is a major leisure space, home to everything from a kids club and a cinema to a casino and some of the best nightlife around. When it comes to sheer variety of venues on offer, The Gate is very hard to beat! There are quality bars and lively nightclubs serving everything from a good, honest pint to fantastic cocktails. Many of the venues at The Gate also serve food, and some of them also offer regular entertainment for patrons.
Quayside is a place to party. Its selection of fantastic, lively venues are very much geared towards those who want their stag or hen do to be fuelled by a decent quantity of alcohol. This does not mean the area is lacking in class, though. Despite the energetic partying Quayside plays host to of an evening, the area is a distinctly charming one. It boasts beautiful views of the Tyne, the engineering wonder of the Millennium Bridge, and historic timber-fronted buildings. It just also happens to have a huge selection of bars and clubs, perfect for a pub crawl.
Haymarket is one of Newcastle's key commercial districts, though it is also home to some university campuses. A lot of businesses of many different flavours can be found in the Haymarket and – no doubt to the delight of local students – this includes plenty of pubs, clubs and bars. Much like quayside, Haymarket is hard to beat if you want to party hard and have a straight-up booze-up for your stag or hen.
- Beyond (Free Guestlist Entry and Free Shots)
- Bijoux (Free Guestlist Entry)
- Flares (Free Guestlist Entry)
- Floritas (Free Guestlist Entry)
- House of Smith (Free Guestlist Entry)
- Label (Free Guestlist Entry)
- Madame Koos (Free Guestlist Entry)
- Players (Free Guestlist Entry and Free Shots)
- Popworld (Free Guestlist Entry)
- Sam Jacks (Free Guestlist Entry)
- Sinners (Free Entry and Free Shots)
- Tiger Tiger (Free Guestlist Entry)
All this for only
per person per night