Centre for LifeBlonde Barrel

 

Eazy Street  

Location:
8-10 Westmorland Road, Opposite to Centre for Life, close to Metro Radio arena. 10 mins walk to the Central Station.

Metro - Central Station
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Open:
Every day from noon - 3am. Free entry.
Email: newcastle@eazy-street.co.uk
Telephone: 0191 2220606
Facebook: facebook.com/pages/Easy-Street
Twitter: twitter.com/EazyNewcastle

Beers: Boddingtons, Staropramen, Hoegaarden, Leffe, Stella Artois, Carling and Guinness Cold on tap. Magners cider is also on offer. A good selection of foreign bottled beers, champagnes, wines, spirits, cocktails, martinis and shooters is also available.

Meals: BBQ's held on certain nights.




Special Deals:
20% off drinks for VIP card holders. Cheap drinks advertised from 9pm - 3am.
Pints of Carling or Magners £2.20, Carling or VHF bottles £1.50, treble house whisky, gin, rum or vodka £2.80, Sharing jugs £7.00.



Live Sports: none shown here.


Music: Regular music is on play at most times. Entertainment 7 nights a week with live Cabaret, karaoke and a DJ a regular feature on most nights. The DJ booth is located to the rear of the bar. Live drag DJ's every single night and top international cabaret every Thursday.

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Cabaret, Trebles bar and night club that was formerly known as Camp David.

The bar has a glass frontage and is directly opposite to the Centre for Life. The decor is mainly exposed brickwork with modern designs throughout.

There is plenty of seating throughout. Live Cabaret and a DJ is a regular feature on most nights. The DJ booth is located to the rear of the bar.

The bar attracts a mixed clientele of straights and gays. It is busy on most nights and can be busy on the weekend. It can be a little quieter early on in the evening.

Disabled access is very good with a designated disabled toilet at the rear. Toilets are small and clean

Price: Moderate.