The best hidden bars in Newcastle revealed

Are you a drinker? Or a socialite? If so, or if you just want to get out of the house – try some of Newcastle’s bars. But not just their ordinary bars. We all know about Wetherspoons, and it’s so last year! What you need to try, are Newcastle’s hidden bars. We’ve even made it easy for you, with a list of the best hidden bars in Newcastle.

Mr Lynch

mr lynch bar newcastle

Credit: Mr Lynch
Archbold Terrace, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1DB

Mr Lynch is one of your classic speakeasy-style bars, featuring some seriously cool decor and warm, low lighting to give the impression that you really are a member of a very exclusive club. With the amazing and varied events it’s constantly putting on, Mr Lynch is a great place for all occasions.

No. 28

no28 bar newcastleCredit: No. 28
27-29 Nelson Street, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5AN

No. 28 has won numerous awards for its refined selection of amazing cocktails and its wonderful decor and atmosphere, meaning it’s a hidden gem you’ll have been unbelievably glad to have discovered.

Tiger Hornsby

tiger-hornsbyCredit: Tiger Hornsby
Quayside, 8-10 Close, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 3RE

Well this is definitely one to take the parents to. Tiger Hornsby is impeccably elegant when you’re inside, with some incredible decor making it the perfect venue for dancing the night away or trying out its extensive list of delicious cocktails.

Ernest

ernest bar newcastleCredit: Ernest
1 Boyd Street, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1AP

Hidden under a bridge on Boyd Street, Ernest boasts a supremely cool exterior with an enormous mural of Darth Vader posing as a waiter emblazoned on its walls. What better way to herald your arrival at Ernest, with its massive selection of high-quality food and drinks to enjoy?

Tokyo Bar

tokyo-barCredit: Tokyo Bar
17 Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1SE

You and your family won’t even have to stray far from the train station to get to Tokyo Bar, but you might have to squint a bit to find it. Hidden on Westgate Road, upon entering Tokyo Bar you’ll be greeted with a small, elegant bar which belies the enormous, three-storey heaven which awaits you inside the bar proper.

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