Newcastle

Relocation:

Inn Collection Group relocates HQ

By Amelie Maurice-Jones

Northern pubco the Inn Collection Group has relocated its head office to larger premises in Newcastle to accommodate ongoing growth across its operations.

Immersive arcade bar experiences: NQ64 opens ninth site in Newcastle (Pictured: NQ64 Edinburgh)

NQ64 launches ninth site in Newcastle

By Rebecca Weller

NQ64 has launched its immersive arcade bar experiences with nightlife vibes and retro games in Newcastle, the operators first site in the Northeast.

Bringing the Big Apple to Newcastle: Arc Inspirations to open Manahatta bar in Newcastle

Arc to open Manahatta site in Newcastle

By Rebecca Weller

Bar operator Arc Inspirations is set to expand its portfolio with its biggest ever development, having secured approval to launch a £2.5m Manahatta bar in Newcastle.

Inside the Botanist, Newcastle

My Pub: The Botanist, Newcastle

By Georgina Townshend

New World Trading Company’s Newcastle Botanist site is a prime example of a bar that encourages innovation, creativity and well-trained staff. General manager Andrew Shiel-Redfern explains what it takes to run a site that ticks all the boxes.

MA300: what we learnt

MA300: what we learnt

By Emily Sutherland

Opportunities in the north-eastKicking things off, Punch development director David Wigham outlined the trends driving the north-east and the potential it offers for multiple site operators.

Newcastle has a population of 280,000 people and 42,000 students

Newcastle’s pub scene has ‘transformed’ – MA300 to discover

By Nicholas Robinson

Newcastle’s pub and bar sector has switched from venues offering cheap and plentiful drink, to one filled with “quirky” and “stylish” pubs serving great food and upmarket drinks, commentators have said ahead of the latest MA300 event.

Talk of the Toon in Quayside

Newcastle

Talk of the Toon in Quayside

By Roger Protz

Roger Protz is delighted to discover Newcastle’s thriving food and drink hub in the formerly derelict docklands area.

A late-night levy will be charged on pubs in Newcastle from 1 November

Why a late-night levy is wrong for Newcastle

By Tony Brookes

Tony Brookes, managing director of multiple operator The Head of Steam, takes aim at Newcastle council's decision to introduce a late-night levy on pubs and bars in the city.

A late-night levy will be introduced in Newcastle on 1 November 2013

Trade condemns Newcastle's late-night levy approval

By Ellie Bothwell

Newcastle City Council’s decision to introduce a late-night levy has provoked fears that it will give other councils the green light and force small operators out of business.

Laybourne: new pub in Newcastle

21 Hospitality opens Newcastle site

By Mark Wingett, M&C Report

Chef and restaurateur Terry Laybourne's company, 21 Hospitality Group, has opened a pub in Newcastle following a £400,000 investment. The pub...

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Scottish listings

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New look for Bar 38

New look for Bar 38

A new bar 38 has just opened in Newcastle - but this latest addition to the group spells a step in a different direction for the chain.It is hoped...