Central StationBlackgate

 

Tokyo  

Location:
17 Westgate Road, a short distance from the Central Station.

Metro - Central Station
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Open:
Sunday - Thursday 5pm - 1am, Friday & Saturday 5pm - 2am.
Telephone: 0191 2303318.
Email: info@tokyonewcastle.co.uk
Instagram: instagram.com/tokyobarnewcastle
Twitter: twitter.com/TokyoNewcastle
Website: www.tokyonewcastle.com

Beers:   Cocktail & Drinks Menu
Amstel, Birra Moretti, Asahi, Beavertown Neck Oil and Camden Pale on tap. Symonds Cider also on offer. Bottled, canned beers and ciders include Sol, Peroni, Lagunitas IPA, Beavertown Gamma Ray, Beavertown Neck Oil, Savanah Dry Cider and Rekorderlig Flavoured Cider. There is an excellent range of craft beers, martinis, cocktails, wines, champagnes and spirits also on offer.

Meals: None advertised in bar.




Special Deals: Sunday - Thursday
Cocktails £5.00.
2 bottles of Sol £5.00.
House spirit & mixer £3.00.
Glass of wine (175ml) £3.50.
Bottle of wine £14.00.


Live Sports: none shown here.


Music: Regular music is on play at most times with a DJ on play from 8pm on a Wednesday - Saturday. Karaoke night on first Thursday of the month.

Click for Review
Stylish Central Station venue that was formerly Po Na Na. There is a small bar downstairs and an roof terrace beer garden with bar upstairs.

The main bar downstairs has plenty of seating with cushions on the seats and there is an intimate area to the rear with subdued lighting and candles on the tables.

The decor is of a modern style with a wooden floor and candelabras on the bar. The emphasis is on providing a relaxing and comfortable place to while away the evening.

The bar upstairs can be accessed by stairs to the right of the main entrance. This area is unusual as it has a rooftop beer garden area that is enclosed within the walls of the surrounding buildings.

The bar extends on to the decked garden area and there is heated lamps used when the weather is less favourable. There is plenty of seating with a mixture of low tables and chairs and high stools by the bar.

Regular music is on play at most times. It is hard to tell what beers are on offer as there are no names on the pumps however the Tokyo drinks menu is available to help you make your choice.

The bar attracts an upmarket clientele and is busy on the weekend but quieter through the week. Functions can be arranged for parties in the candle lit snug area or rooftop garden.

Disabled access to main bar is very good however the rooftop garden is up a steep flight of stairs and would prove difficult.

Price: Expensive outside happy hour.