STYLISH DECOR, SOULFUL SOUNDS AND STUNNING INTERNATIONAL CUISINE MAKES CHARTS THE HOTTEST NEW ADDITION TO NEWCASTLE’S PICTURESQUE QUAYSIDE.
ABOUT CHARTS NEWCASTLE
This three-storey building stands proudly on the banks of the Tyne, in the heart of the city’s business district and with beautiful riverside views.
Bringing together traditional and modern, this is a truly stunning new bar, offering something for discerning music, food and drink lovers.
With internationally-inspired food – best enjoyed with great company – a great choice of real ales, wines and spirits, and an eclectic range of live music, Charts will take your senses on an adventure!
Monday to Thursday: 9am – 11pm
Friday to Saturday: 9am – 12midnight
Sunday: 9am – 11pm
9am – 9pm every day
63 Quayside, Newcastle, NE1 3DE
(0191) 338 7989
OUR OTHER VENUES
DUN COW SUNDERLAND
Old meets new in this stunningly restored public house. Set in the shadow of Sunderland’s historic Empire Theatre, in a Grade II listed building, the Dun Cow Sunderland offers a contemporary twist on a traditional pub.
Spectacularly brought back to life, The Peacock is a stylish addition to Sunderland’s bar and pub scene. Named in honour of The Peacock Inn, which once graced the site, this family-friendly pub offers comfortable surroundings and a stunning food menu.
THE DUN COW AND GRILLROOM JESMOND
Warm, cosy and stylish, the Dun Cow and Grillroom Jesmond is tucked away in Brandling Village, a stone’s throw from the suburb’s popular Osborne Road. Fresh home-cooked food, including sumptuous steaks, and a great choice of drinks including an extensive gin selection.
THE ENGINE ROOM AT THE FIRE STATION
Housed in one of Sunderland city centre’s most beautiful buildings, which has been wonderfully restored, The Engine Room is a key part of The Fire Station’s offer.