Venues in the North East that you must visit on your next weekend away!

Partying in a different region is always fun, but planning can sometimes be difficult when you’re not too sure on the best venues in town. Whether it’s for a group of friends or for the office party, you’ve been given the duty of finding the best venue to keep everyone happy. It’s a big ask, but if you get it right, you’ll definitely be the top best friend/co-worker/sibling for a good few weeks.

A trip to York’s Chocolate Story

If you’re looking for a memorable trip, then this is your destination. For a quirky venue that still boasts quality service and fantastic party resources, take a look at York’s Chocolate Story. The three-story venue allows guests to hire out the Factory Zone, and this comes with a private drinks service as standard.

There’s nothing you can’t do here. This party can be educational too, as the tour lets guests dip into the history of York’s premium chocolatiers as well as picking up some techniques from the chocolatiers themselves.

Try your hand at making some chocolate too. Pick the filling, the colours, the design, and then…scoff the lot, of course! The venue is enjoying a 4.5/5 rating on TripAdvisor, with many people enjoying the chance to make their own chocolates as a truly unique experience.

Address: King’s Square, York YO1 7LD

Website: https://www.yorkschocolatestory.com

 

A trip to Newcastle’s Revolution

Everyone who visits this vibrant city must head to Revolution. They offer an array of party packages, from birthdays, hen parties, stag dos, office parties, to just good old-fashioned parties with friends.

Bottle service? Check. They even offer bar tab options and team building events, so you now know where you next office party has to be!

From a classic Long Island Iced Tea to beautiful creations such as the Butterfly Effect, you’ll be spoilt for choice. For the designated drivers, Revolution has you covered with a range of 0% alcohol cocktails that are just as delicious as their boozy counterparts: try out the Smooth Talker, or the aptly named Designated Driver.

Scroll through the reviews and you’ll be hard pressed to find a review that doesn’t mention a staff member by name to praise. Always a good sign! Newcastle is known for being chilly on an evening, so make sure you sport a long sleeve t-shirt.

Address: Collingwood Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 1JF

Website: Find out more at https://www.revolution-bars.co.uk/bar/newcastle-upon-tyne/

 

A trip to Sunderland’s Quayside Exchange

If you’re on the hunt for an exquisite venue, then this place should be on your list. They cater to all kinds of events, including private parties and proms — just make sure you pull out one of your finest going out dresses.

For your party, there are multiple rooms to choose from.  The Grand Room is their larger space, with huge Georgian windows offering amazing views of the River Wear. With two private bars in the suite, this one would be great for office parties or larger celebrations. The second room is called The Vaulted Suite and gives a trio of alcoves and a private bar for a more intimate event. Plus, you can head out to the heated terrace for some peace and riverside views.

The Tempest Bar is a favourite among guests too. It was refurbished in 2017, so it has a fantastic, modern feel and so many contemporary features. From hog roasts to DJ hire, you’re sure to get your party off on the right foot here!

Hungry? Well you can grab a bite to eat too. TripAdvisor is full of compliments for this venue’s food offerings, with the buffet of particular note.  Customer testimonials outline some incredible days at the Quayside Exchange. Weddings, parties, and everything in between, customers have highlighted the professional standard of the stand and venue alike.

Address: The Quayside Exchange, 197 High Street East, Sunderland, SR1 2AX

Website: http://www.quaysideexchange.co.uk

 

Sources:

https://www.yelp.co.uk/

https://www.revolution-bars.co.uk/bar/newcastle-upon-tyne/christmas-party-venue/

https://www.yorkschocolatestory.com

http://www.quaysideexchange.co.uk

 

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