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The Purple Bear
Barbecues and beers sum up summer for many, and for those who run The Purple Bear summer last all year long! This pub off the city's main high street, offers year round burgers (or beargers, as they like to call them) and a huge selection of guest beer from around the world. Top bearger? The unlimited pulled pork burger, £12 and you can keep coming back for more. 

Address: Prudhoe Chare | Telephone: 0191 261 1895 |

The Centurion
Voted Newcastle's most impressive watering hole by The Observer, the Centurion is the old first-class passenger lounge at the city's central train station, restored to its former glory. The latest addition is The Secret bar, a cocktail lounge located underneath venue which can be hired for private parties.

Address: Grand Central Station, Neville Street, NE1 5DG | Telephone: 0191 261 6611 |

Science Bar
Physics and drink are not normally good mixers, but the Science Bar has the formula for success. Promising a joke with every drink, the friendly bar staff and witty banter and decor complement the sci-fi themed cocktails (try the Beam Me Up) and the array of craft beers on draught. If you like your fun with a pun, the Science Bar hits the spot. 

Address: Neville Street | Telephone: 07886 126409 |

Clubbing

Tokyo
Tokyo is the playground of the well-heeled trendy set. The bar is unflinchingly cool and boasts a roof terrace ideal for sipping the bar's popular Tokyo Ice Tea in the sun.

Address: 17 Westgate Road | Telephone: 0191 232 1122 |

House of Smith
 Decadent and ostentatious, House of Smith is home of the in-crowd. Plush leather seats, exposed brickwork and swaying floor to ceiling curtains, it certainly looks the part while delivering on great music and equally over-the-top cocktails and down-to-earth beers.

Address: 26 Collingwood Street, NE1 1JF | Telephone: 0191 261 8271 |

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