It's a shame 9bar has gone. The food and drink was pretty good. I especially liked the arancini balls. The outdoor seating was a great place to watch the buzz along Grey Street. I haven't found a similar café yet.
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This was a great coffee shop with great food but sadly the owners got greedy and closed the coffee bar to replace it with a normal bar.Its a great miss in the city centre but tripadvisor still shows it as open when it's not.For a...More
Coffee ok. Staff struggled to understand concept of a really really weak latte macchiato. Then milk was cold. The snacks were not great.
Fab cosy decor surrounded by Windows with a view onto a beautiful busy Newcastle. Locals popped in constantly to air kiss the Italian staff who were all lovely and friendly. We enjoyed the diversity of the menu and the prices which were very different to...More
I should say lack of a toilet. The coffee was great, the toasty wonderful, the service acceptable but could have been a warmer welcome. However when I asked where the toilet was I was told next door at the theatre, so that is where I...More
We were looking for a spot of brunch to finish off a lovely weekend in Newcastle and had no idea where to go until we saw a sign claiming "The Best Toasties". With a claim like that we couldn't pass by. And it turns out...More
9Bar Coffee is an interesting and quirky small coffee shop in the centre of this exceptional city. The building is attached to the theatre and I am informed that it used to be the booking office in an earlier life. The coffee is very good,...More
Having walked past this place a million times, I was craving a cheese toastie this lunchtime. Google searched 'best toastie in Newcastle' 9Bar came up, and all I can say it certailing was. I've been to their sister places, Dat Bar and the newly opened...More