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Alexandra Gibson3 years ago

Enjoy a sunday session at these bars in Newcastle

Sunday is traditionally a day of rest, however if you enjoy a good drink with friends, who's to say that today you can't. It may be difficult finding a pub or bar that is open today but you want to desperately celebrate the four day long weekend in Easter. We have located the top three places to pull up a chair and order an alcoholic beverage for when beer o'clock comes around. We refuse to let you lie on your couch all day and waste the day trapped indoors without friends or drinks. So, if you aren't a big fan of chocolate then don't be disheartened this Easter, make a beeline for these hospitable bars in Newcastle that are sure to impress.

Beach Hotel

Look out to the beach, Beach Hotel - Newcastle
Look out to the beach, Beach Hotel – Newcastle

For those of you looking for a more relaxed and chilled atmosphere, you can find it at the Beach Hotel. Take a cruisy drive up to Merewether and watch the waves roll in. The Beach Hotel has two different bars to choose from so you will be spoilt for choice if you decide to stay here until sunset. The Beach Bar has live entertainment and acts to keep you content throughout the day. Whereas The Reef Bar is for those lovely ladies that just want to sip and gossip privately throughout the night. Their drinks menu is rather impressive with just about anything you may think of ordering on the menu. So what are you waiting for? Grab your friends and enjoy everything that the Beach Hotel has to offer.
Where: 99 Frederick Street, Merewether NSW 2291

The Oriental Hotel

Grab your friends and go, Oriental Hotel - Newcastle
Grab your friends and go, Oriental Hotel – Newcastle

Don’t remain stuck in your house just because it is a public holiday, head to the Oriental Hotel. If you haven’t already discovered this place then you most certainly are missing out. This triple threat operates as a hotel, pub and pizza place so you can camp out for the day. You can always rely on this amazing place to lift your spirits as you share a drink or two with mates. You have to try their bar snacks which include the Brad Haddin Work Burger which is simply delicious. Affectionately known as the Ori Hotel, it is a local hangout spot, so pop over for a visit and make friends with patrons at the bar. The weekend isn’t over yet so enjoy some great pub-grub that is unlike anything else you have ever tasted.
Where: 53 Bull Street, Cooks Hill NSW 2300

The Albion Hotel

Prepare for the drinks!, Albion Hotel - Newcastle
Prepare for the drinks!, Albion Hotel – Newcastle

 Located in Wickham, you don’t have to worry about not being able to enjoy quality time with friends. This upscale hotel has fantastic facilities and will be a pleasant change from the usual. Although there is no bar to go up to and order, you can enjoy a selection of beers and wines from their extensive drinks menu without having to yell for a beverage at a rowdy venue. Enjoy a quiet wine and some conversation if you are looking for a little rest and relaxation today. The Albion Hotel is the perfect place to recharge your batteries before heading back to work. We suggest making this bar your go-to after a long week of work when you’re looking to head out near Newcastle.
Where: 72 Hannell Street, Wickham NSW 2293

What bar will you be heading to in Newcastle over the Easter holiday? Let us know in the comments below.

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