LNOF Guide to Newcastle
We have a motto: for the suit, you need a tailor, for the bouquet, you need a florist and for the party - you need a Geordie.
Newcastle has always had more to offer than its stereotype of wild nights drinking by the River Tyne, where lasses gan oot with nee coats on - but the city has re-invented itself in recent years with a major facelift and now holds its own as a buzzing cosmopolitan city, and we're still as football-mad as we've ever been.
But don't fret, pet - despite art galleries, music venues and award-winning bars and restaurants adorning the stunning River Tyne, our precious homeland has retained its broad smile, straight talking, shameless sense of mischief and unrivalled nightlife.
Osborne Road is one of the most popular places to start the night (though it usually gets going from around 2pm) - a picturesque tree-lined street in the suburbs, full of upmarket bars and gorgeous girl with happy punters spilling onto the streets.
I had my stag do in Newcastle and it was one of the best weekends of my life. We played bubble football, went to an NUFC match and end the night somewhere in the Bigg Market. I think...
In the city centre you have the notorious Diamond Strip (of Geordie Shore fame), known for its trendy bars and clubs with sultry vibes and painfully beautiful lasses and, of course, there is the iconic Quayside - where swanky bars are met by magnificent riverside views.
We're proud of our Geordie homeland and know it like the back of our hand. So, check out our Insider's Guide to Newcastle Nightlife to feast upon our expert knowledge and ensure you have a proper night oot on the tiles of The Toon. Whey aye.
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