Looking to find some great pubs in Newcastle and the surrounding area? Then you are at the right place. Going to the pub is a favourite pastime for many people in Britain and public houses are an important part of British culture. In every city and town throughout the country you will find plenty of great places to enjoy a drink, and this is certainly true for us here in the North East.
Take a look at the featured venues below and also browse a selection of pubs located in different areas of Newcastle and the rest of the North East.
Click the 'Pub Explorer' button or scroll to the very bottom of the page to view all the pubs featured on Newcastle Uncovered. We will regularly be adding new venues so be sure to keep checking back to see if anything new takes your fancy.
In the heart of Newcastle you will find dozens upon dozens of fantastic places for a drink and it is here where many visitors to the city will first get to experience the pubs of Newcastle.
From dog friendly venues and pubs specialising in real ales to those known for their delicious food menus and beer gardens, the city centre really does have it all.
Down by Newcastle's famous Quayside you are spoilt for choice when it comes to quality pubs.
Just up from the riverside heading towards Dean Street, you will also find some excellent watering holes, including one of the oldest pubs in the whole of Newcastle.
Take a trip just outside of Newcastle City centre to Jesmond and you will find various spots to enjoy some drinks.
Osborne Road is a popular choice for many who are looking to have a drink in Jesmond but there also some great pubs elsewhere close to Jesmond and West Jesmond Metro Stations.
Gosforth is becoming an increasingly popular place to enjoy some drinks not far from the centre of Newcastle.
The Gosforth High Street and South Gosforth in particular have an excellent selection of pubs and bars worth considering.
The areas of Heaton and up Chillingham Road towards Byker also provide a lot of decent pubs to consider visiting, with easy access to the city centre.
Here you will find some examples of tasty pub food, places to watch live sport and enjoy a few games of pool.
Ouseburn has established itself as one of the best areas for quality pubs in the North East and is a particularly popular choice during bank holiday weekends.
Here you will find places with extensive selections of beer, dog friendly venues and also pubs offering regular live music events.
The Gateshead side of the Tyne has many areas with decent pubs, including Whickham, Low Fell and around the Gateshead city centre.
Gateshead is a vast area, so it's hard to fit all of the different locations worth visiting within one small section of our website. Scroll down to the 'Pub Explorer' below to see all of the pubs in and around Gateshead that are featured on Newcastle Uncovered.
Above are some of the most popular areas to visit for decent pubs in and around Newcastle, but the surrounding area within the North East also has a lot to offer.
Tynemouth, Wylam, Whitley Bay, Corbridge, and Hexham are just a few places outside of Newcastle that are home to some fantastic public houses.
If you are interested in viewing all of the pubs that are featured on the Newcastle Uncovered website, feel free to use the 'Pub Explorer' tool below.
This handy feature of our website allows you to see the pubs listed on an interactive map and our search filter enables you to find exactly what it is you are looking for.
We hope that this page has helped you discover some excellent pubs in the North East that are worth visiting.
Check out our Newcastle bars page to find even more great places to have a drink in the region.
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For the owners and managers of pubs in the North East, if you are interested in featuring your venue for free on Newcastle Uncovered, please get in touch via email or our contact page and we will explain how to do it (it's really easy).