Below is a list of the top and leading Pubs in Newcastle. To help you find the best Pubs located near you in Newcastle, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Newcastle’s Best Pubs:
The top rated Pubs in Newcastle are:
- Finnegan’s Hotel
- Grand Junction Hotel
- The Lucky Hotel
Finnegan’s Hotel offers both great food and drink. As one of Newcastle’s premier entertainment destinations, they host DJ’s on Friday and Saturday nights to keep the party going. During the week, there are fantastic menu options.
Restaurant, Functions (Halo Lounge, Attic Bar), Gallery
“Had a fun time dancing the DJ and his music selection was on FLEEK!!! The club doesn’t start popping till till like 9:30. The atmosphere was set with gobo. The sound system was Awesome! We danced till our feet hurt. lol. If you’re looking for a place to go dancing on a Friday night I recommend you give Fin egan’s a go. You won’t be disappointed. 😊💋” – Darlene Romeo
Grand Junction Hotel
Grand Junction Hotel is an iconic live music venue in the heart of Maitland. With cold beer, good food and friendly staff, this is the gathering spot for the local community, warmly welcoming all visitors.
Dining Room, Sax Lounge, Backyard, Main Bar
“Great pub. Well above average pub feed! Friendly staff and great service. Good gluten free, vegan and veggie options too. Ask for the side of mash with creamy garlic sauce – you won’t regret it.” – Lexie Busby
The Lucky Hotel
The Lucky Hotel harks back to an original façade style with the famous hotel style. With trendy fittings and an elegant style, this hotel blends a mix between the new and old. This family owned and operated hotel offers a great menu of Buffalo Chicken Wings, Dry Rubbed Beef Brisket, Sticky Barbecue Pork Ribs and more.
Pub, Hotel Accommodation, Boutique’s Room, Parking
“Enjoyed a pleasant stay at the Lucky Hotel. Visited Newcastle for work – chose the Lucky due to it’s proximity to the office, but also price. Room was clean and bathroom facilities were well appointed. Quite fast wifi and bonus was that the pub downstairs served wonderful food.” – Joel Powell