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On our last night in Newcastle, we stopped in this establishment to grab a glass of wine and see it for ourselves since we read great reviews! This place has three different sections – The Main Bar, The Restaurant and Viceroy. Unfortunately the Viceroy was closed, but we got to enjoy the other two spots. The bar scene was a happening scene, especially during happy hour when they had great deals on cocktails. The exposed brick walls gave the space a hip and fun feel, so we decided to cruise over to the restaurant side and get some bites. The cheese and veggie board was phenomenal along with the wine. We had a great experience and would highly recommend going here if you ever visit Newcastle. The name is the best too!
Quay Ingredient is a cozy restaurant and coffee shop underneath The Tyne Bridge. It’s a day-time café serving breakfast and lunch. We went here during lunch and ordered their soup of the day and canjun sandwich. It was the perfect lunch spot and we wish we discovered this place on day one. The coffee and pastries looked fantastic too!
Pitcher & Piano
Yes, it’s a chain bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. We had stopped in here for lunch during one of the rainstorms to check out the space, food and good views. The chicken salad was tasty and the views were even better. It’s a great spot for a social hour, but no reason to go there just for the food.
The Old Siam
Thai. Yes – it was a cold and rainy night and we wanted some warm food. It’s a 2 story restaurant with very friendly staff serving authentic food. The dishes didn’t disappoint, nor did the price.
Hop and Cleaver
Though, we didn’t go here for lunch or dinner, this spot had a great interior space as well as menu if you like meat. Definitely worth a try if you are looking for some barbeque.
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Mmmmm, so hungry just looking at this.