NewcastleGateshead dining & social
Palace of Arts
Built in 1928, this Grade II-listed building found in Exhibition Park is home to the Tap Room Bar & Kitchen, serving Wylam beers, brewed onsite at a 30-barrel micro-brewery.
Groups of up to 200 can participate in beer tasting before enjoying an exquisite sit-down gala dinner in The Grand Hall - a unique setting with a magnificent dome ceiling.
Hidden away beneath the Tyne Bridge on the Gateshead side of the river, this unique concept consists of a Brewery and Tap Room, Trakol (open-fire kitchen), the Backyard Bike shop, plus Coffee House and Covert Cocktail Bar. It offers a fine selection of street food and independent traders.
During the winter months, HWKR Market is available to hire for up to 2,000 guests, or 3,000 during the summer months with the opening of an additional outside space.
Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art
Located on the south bank of the River Tyne, this striking former flour mill is one of the region’s most recognisable landmarks.
Treat guests to a culinary experience in one of the Baltic Centre’s beautifully designed rooms including Six - a private dining room for 24 guests with stunning views down the River Tyne and its famous bridges.
Alternatively, hire the River Terrace, which has capacity to host 160 for dinner and 400 for a reception.