student.union@newcastle.ac.uk

@ Luther's Bar

At the Students' Union, you can enjoy food & drink at Luthers' Bar, has re-opened with tables both indoors or outdoors. Enjoy a cold drink, some delicious food from Meat:Stack, or a much needed caffeine fix from Starbucks.

Grab a Table

12th - 23th July

OPEN for Graduation

We will now be opening from 8am - 7pm from Monday 12th July until Friday 23rd July excluding weekends. Serving hot & cold drinks from the Bars as well as Starbucks Coffee & Meat:Stack Breakfast, Lunch & Dinners. Open to everyone coming for the Graduation Photo events & the general public!


Covid Rules & Guidance

Meat:Stack

12th - 23th July

OPEN for Graduation

We are very excited to announce that the incredible (and delicious) Meat:Stack have become residents of Luther's Bar. Meat:Stack are launching their American Cheeseburger, Vegetarian, Vegan & Halal Meal Deals & Breakfasts through out, stay tuned on our socials for all the latest offers!


Download menu here.

Service Details

If you are planning to come along to Luther's Bar, please make yourself familiar with the following service, & covid guidances.

  • Tables are available for a maximum of 6 customers
  • You are required by Law to do a Track & Trace when visiting the bar
  • Please note we are operating a card / contactless only payment method and no cash is accepted
  • To speed up your table order please download the ‘Round App’ onto your mobile device and locate ‘Luthers Bar & Venue’ in advance of visiting us
  • Face coverings are required to be worn properly (secure to face, covering both mouth and nose) at all times within the building, unless you’re exempt
  • Face coverings may only be removed once seated at the table and must be placed back on before going to use toilets/smoking area
  • Face coverings may be removed in the smoking area
  • Mixing/moving between tables is not permitted for any reason
  • NUSU reserves the right, as the operator and manager of Luthers, to cancel or remove any tables for reasons such as adverse weather conditions, a change in government guidelines on  gatherings, lockdown being re-implemented (locally or nationally) or for any other unforeseen circumstances