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Tea Shops

If there’s one thing the British love, its tea, and the north east is no exception. Tea shops in Newcastle and Gateshead pride themselves on serving the best brews around - and there’s certainly no shortage of Earl Grey, thanks to its famous regional connections.

There are plenty of opportunities to grab a breakfast brew or something a little fancier at any of the welcoming cafes and tea shops in Newcastle. Quilliam Brothers, the Budapest-style tea house is one of the regions’ favourites with white, black and green loose-leaf teas sourced from all over the world. Served with fresh honey and a selection of delicious sandwiches and cakes, the folks at Quilliam Brothers, which is open until midnight, certainly know their oolongs from their rooiboos.

Tea Sutra is also ever-popular with tea lovers; pouring organic and rare teas in the tranquil setting of their top floor tea room, this laid-back Newcastle tea shop is scattered with comfy sofas and cushions for unwinding with your selection of fruity or herbal teas.

Heading towards the City Centre, you can grab a traditional jam and cream scone with a cuppa, or tuck into something more filling at the family-friendly Olive and Bean. Or if you’re celebrating a special occasion, Newcastle and Gateshead have an ample selection of cafes in which to enjoy Afternoon Tea, including the Great British Cupcakery. This vintage tea room-style 'Bakehouse and Parlour' specialises in delicate tea sandwiches chased down with enormous slabs of cake and sweet treats, all served on delicate and twee hand-painted crockery.

If a classic cup of tea or coffee with breakfast or lunch is more your style, you can opt for vegetarian and vegan treats at Super Natural Cafe or soups and salads at The Baltic Café Bar. The Butterfly Cabinet in Heaton is also a great spot for a builders-style brew, and you may want to stay and try their delicious all day breakfasts which have earned them a rightful place on our list of the Best Breakfast restaurants and cafes in Newcastle.

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  1. Add Kith & Kin to your Itinerary

    Kith & Kin

    Whitley Bay

    Kith & Kin's ‘coffee & kitchen’ style café serves up all day breakfast, brunch, lunch, homemade cakes, artesian coffee, loose leaf teas and carefully selected beers and wines.

  2. Add Browns Bar & Brasserie to your Itinerary

    Browns Bar & Brasserie

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    We have been serving simple, classic and freshly prepared dishes in elegant surroundings since the first Browns opened in 1973.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Add Backyard Bike Shop at By the River Brew Co. to your Itinerary

    Backyard Bike Shop at By the River Brew Co.


    By the River Brew Co. is an independent container community nestled under the iconic Tyne Bridge on the Gateshead side of the river.

    By day, sip on a cup of coffee, pour a mug of tea and nibble on a fresh traybake. Tuck into a hearty brunch or…

  6. Add Dil and the Bear to your Itinerary

    Dil and the Bear


    Dil and the Bear is a small, independent cafe situated in Tynemouth, just a short walk away from Tynemouth Metro station.

  7. Add Cook House to your Itinerary

    Cook House


    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.

  8. The Brownie Bar

    The Brownie Bar launched in 2010 baking brownies at home in small batches.

  9. Add The Butterfly Cabinet to your Itinerary

    The Butterfly Cabinet


    Just outside Newcastle city centre, you‘ll find this great café, which is awash with people discussing the latest arty happenings around town. Tasty soups, door-stopper sandwiches and hearty breakfasts fuel the cultural chatter here.

  10. Add Pink Lane Coffee to your Itinerary

    Pink Lane Coffee

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Pink Lane Coffee is a speciality coffee shop situated just steps away from Central Station in Newcastle city centre. Dedicated to providing Newcastle with the best coffee possible.

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