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With endless fashionable drinking haunts and divine restaurants, you will be spoilt for choice when looking for the perfect spot to relax on your visit to the North East. Explore the region’s finest eateries and bars, you’re in for a real treat…
Whether your favourite is Thai, Italian, tapas or British cuisine, head to Grey Street where you will discover an abundance of choice within metres of the Monument. For live music, delicious food, horticultural-themed cocktails and a great view of Grey’s Monument, The Botanist is a must.
If exquisite food accompanied by breath-taking views is your kind of thing, venture along the Newcastle and Gateshead Quayside. With so many first-class eateries to choose from, you will be spoilt for choice. Experience locally-brewed beers, sample some of the best street food in the North or even enjoy open-fired dining beneath the Tyne Bridge.
Dine at Riley’s Fish Shack, a cool beach hut restaurant on the cliff-lined King Edward’s Bay and enjoy the stunning view of Tynemouth Priory ruin as you tuck into the very freshest seafood. Or for a more conventional meal, stroll along the buzzing Front Street where you will find a range of classy bars and restaurants to pick from.
Stretching from South Shields metro station to the seafront, this popular location is lined with fabulous restaurants. An absolute must is award-winning Colmans fish and chips where you can be sure of a genuine English seaside experience.
Durham is packed full of whimsical cafés and tearooms. Pop into the Flat White Kitchen or Café, both highly recommended by locals and popular with visitors. With delightful coffee, commended food and quality service, be prepared to queue!
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