A historical part of the city,
the Quayside has virtually everything, from spectacular views of the Tyne and
its bridges to the historic timber fronted houses opposite the Guild Hall.
It is fast
becoming the place to be seen in Newcastle. At weekends the area becomes packed
with young revellers who trawl from bar to bar all along the Quayside area. The
choice of hostelries is excellent ranging from the 14th century Cooperage at one
end to the newer up market Pitcher and Piano at the other.