Grey Street

Grey Street, Newcastle upon Tyne: Address, Phone Number, Grey Street Reviews: 4.5/5

Grey Street
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therichastill
Stevenage, UK1,569 contributions
Road to the river
Nov 2021 • Solo
Grey Street is one of the main roads leading from the Grey Monument

It takes you down the hill towards the River Tyne. There are a number of art galleries and restaurants on the road.

The architecture on this street is stunning. The Theatre Royal is on the road and lots of other beautiful buildings.
Written 22 November 2021
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Hamish P
2 contributions
Greys club
Nov 2021 • Friends
Greys club, went into the toilets and have a bouncer jump to look over the door of the toilet when I had locked it. When I confronted him he left and Ignored me, the spray guy also ignored me after this. Unacceptable really, privacy invaded and he also saw my privates.
Written 10 November 2021
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sheepygold
london4,809 contributions
Beautiful stone buildings
Oct 2021 • Couples
The architecture is amazing on this street especially the beautiful colours of the stone work. If you come to Newcastle you need to visit this part of town.
Written 5 October 2021
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Neil K
Liverpool, UK609,044 contributions
Beautiful street
Oct 2021 • Friends
Grey Street in Newcastle is without a shadow of a doubt one of the most beautiful streets in this city.
Constructed in the early Victorian era,around about the late 1830's ,the architecture along this street is so beautiful and diverse, running from the impressive Greys Monument down to Dean Street, some notable buildings along Grey Street include Theatre Royal ( 1837 ) Central Arcade ( 1906 ) and many more beautiful buildings.
The street was constructed by Richard Grainger and designed by John Dobson and when completed in 1837 was described by Prime Minister Gladstone as the finest modern street in the United Kingdom.
The street is a joy to walk down if you enjoy grand architecture but is also home to many pubs, bars and restaurants, its just a fabulous street, a street both myself and my twin brother Stephen really enjoyed visiting, its most definitely well worth checking out if you're in the area or planning to visit Newcastle.
Written 2 October 2021
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Lillian M
Newcastle, England, United Kingdom74 contributions
Cafe and Pub culture at its best
Sep 2021
Beautiful historic street with endless pubs, cafes, restaurants and sitting out options, a great party vibe..
Written 1 October 2021
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SimonsReviews1967
Winchester, UK193 contributions
Fabulous!
Sep 2021
Dined here on a Monday evening. Thoroughly recommended!

Very large establishment with great mood lighting and polite friendly staff. Despite being a large restaurant, each table is situated discreetly from the next offering a sense of private dining.

We enjoyed Prawn Cocktail, Thai Fish Cakes followed by a Chicken Pizza and wonderfully fresh Battered Cod with Chils. We had a bit of room for Sticky Toffee Pudding and Lemon Cheesecake with fresh Fruits. All were wonderful!

Really highly rate this eatery. Well done to all involved.
Written 20 September 2021
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Neil S
Bishop Middleham, UK292 contributions
Beautifully graceful street
Sep 2021
Without a doubt one of the most splendid streets in the country. The way it sweeps down to the river is stunningly graceful. Particularly appreciate the improved priority for pedestrians. Stand at the top, just below the Monument for the best view.
Written 19 September 2021
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gourmetflaneur
York, UK1,031 contributions
A long elegant link between quay and city
Aug 2021
This street is one that shows the prosperity of Newcastle that flowed form the docks and quays into he city above. Now very much lined with eateries and bars the facade above street level is lovely. Look closely and you see that there is a lot of empty property above. what a dreadful shame.
Written 6 August 2021
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Turtle5954
Warrington, UK1,531 contributions
Lovely
Apr 2021
Classic old Newcastle, grand imposing building showcasing the wealth of the day. Contrast against some of the modern concrete monstrosities... :-(
Written 3 May 2021
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Serene-View
Doncaster, UK1,058 contributions
Busy Area
Sep 2020 • Family
An area of Newcastle, that has fantastic buildings with also a mixture of shops bars and restaurants. A place to come to if in Newcastle
Written 6 September 2020
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