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Cafes

Fancy a cuppa? Pull up a seat at one of the fantastic cafés that both Newcastle and Gateshead have to offer. From coffee shops that serve locally roasted, fresh artisan coffee and creamy Italian hot chocolates, to quirky teahouses brewing up unique, flavoured teas from around the globe, there’s a little something for everyone in Gateshead and Newcastle’s café scene.

Newcastle city centre is great for a relaxing afternoon alone with a book, lunch with friends and family, or even a filling breakfast to start your day. Choose between trendy spots like Pink Lane Coffee, or Quay Ingredient on the Quayside, or head to Olive and Bean or the vegan and vegetarian Scrumpy Willow and the Singing Kettle for laid-back, family-friendly atmosphere. Salad, soup, sandwiches or scones; whatever you fancy on your plate, the cafes in Newcastle and Gateshead have you covered.

For something a little more unique, tea fans can enjoy homemade cakes and brownies alongside an array of fruity, fragrant and flavoursome teas at the Quilliam Brothers Tea House. Or why not visit one of Newcastle's famous cat cafes, including Mog on the Tyne, where you can meet some cuddly rescued kitties while sipping a 'catacino'!

You can also find a selection of quaint cafés further afield, such as top brunch spot Ernest in the Ouseburn Valley, Heaton’s Butterfly Cabinet and OCC or Arlo in Jesmond, as well as Acorn Road's newest addition Cake Stories, a vintage inspired cafe with desserts to die for.

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  1. Tyneside Bar Cafe

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    The new Bar Café at Tyneside Cinema is a welcome addition to the city centre not only for cinema goers but for those shopping, working and socialising in town.

  2. Add Land of Oak & Iron Heritage Centre and café shrub to your Itinerary

    Land of Oak & Iron Heritage Centre and café shrub

    Blaydon-on-Tyne

    Offering hearty breakfasts, seasonal lunches and delicious home-bakes, all made with locally sourced ingredients; café shrub's ever-changing menu offers a mouth-watering selection.

  3. Fenwick Food Hall

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Mason + Rye, Porterhouse Butcher and Grill, Fuego and The Naked Deli, to name a few, is just a small taste of what's on offer at Fenwick Food Hall. 

  4. Add Dog Leap Café to your Itinerary

    Dog Leap Café

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Dog Leap Cafe's motto is ‘fresh food made to order’ which is something they pride themselves on and alongside the daily menu, they provide catering for all occasions such as birthdays, Christenings, funerals or society meetings. The cafe also stocks…

  5. Add Quay Ingredient to your Itinerary

    Quay Ingredient

    Quayside Newcastle

    A small independently run coffee house based underneath the Tyne Bridge just off Newcastle’s picturesque Quayside.

  6. Add The Cycle Hub Cafe to your Itinerary

    The Cycle Hub Cafe

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Looking to fuel your way along the C2C or Hadrian’s Cycleway, fancy taking in the views of Newcastle over lunch or in need of a morning caffeine kick on the way to work then The Cycle Hub have it covered.

  7. Add The Nest Cafe & Community Rooms to your Itinerary

    The Nest Cafe & Community Rooms

    Low Fell

    Designed for parents and loved by little ones, The Nest is a family-focused cafe in the heart of Low Fell, Gateshead. As well as tasty homemade goodies, locally roasted coffee and an amazing loose leaf tea selection, there's also a free preschool…

  8. Add Heaton Ingredient to your Itinerary

    Heaton Ingredient

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Heaton Ingredient is owned and run by Simon and Maggie Snowball. After the success of their flagship eatery ’Quay Ingredient’, they have ventured into the suburb of Heaton to bring their culinary delights to a new audience.

  9. Add Quilliam Brothers Tea House to your Itinerary

    Quilliam Brothers Tea House

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    A haven for tea-lovers with over 100 different types brewed to perfection. Also a hub for art, music and cinema.

  10. Add Cook House to your Itinerary

    Cook House

    Ouseburn

    Cook House is an attractive oasis nestled behind the Hotel du Vin in Ouse Street and a short distance from the beautiful Quayside, brought to you by adventurous food blogger, Anna Hedworth.

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