This lovely French Restaurant is right outside the Printworks. It was one of the first places where I went. I sat for a while and it was lovely. It's a bit expensive, but you'll find yourself in a very pleasant place, enjoying a sandwich or a salad, or (just like me) a cafe latte. The decoration is adorable, and it's so well located. It's a "must go".
If Leeds is known for anything, it's probably its atmosphere. This is a university city with lots of young people. And that means that Leeds is one of the most lively cities in the country and in Europe. Walk about as the sun sets and you'll find hundreds of young people huddled in dens in queues of all kinds. In addition, there are a lot of exclusive clubs. You'll have to dress well and put up with queues, but then if you like nightlife you'll not be let down. Live music, good atmosphere ... The Quayside area is one of the most common but there are places sewn through the city. Close to the station or the Corn Exchange building also has a few. To enjoy the evening.
Said to be the most fashionable area in Newcastle now. It makes sense. For starters, it has become very luxurious: The short walk that takes you from Grey Street to the area of the bridges across the Quayside is wonderful. But in addition, the area is filled with popular restaurants of all kinds (Arabs, Indians, Mongols ...). And, of course, there are the pubs and clubs to have a drink. In Newcastle there is also plenty of nightlife and the Quayside has all the ingredients to become a major player in the local nightscene. It is very modern and very trendy, a great place to see and be seen.
South Bank is the London neighborhood that is located on the banks of the River Thames, in the southern part of the city. With the transformation of these neighbourhoods into more pedestrian friendly areas, the South Bank was transformed into a bustling place to go during the weekend, with all of the theaters, concert halls and exhibitions along with the outdoor fairs and street entertainers.
The Royal Festival Hall is a cultural center that offers a bit of everything. Admission is free and it's always crowded, especially in winter because the Londoners appreciate the large sofas and central heating. They gather there as if it were a Starbucks- sharing coffee with alternative music playing in the background. The free concerts with the little-known music groups are on the ground floor. Below there are also exhibitions with photos, paintings, etc. Then there is a real concert hall auditorium, with a variety of music, from classical to rock.