Newcastle Restaurant Week January 15th – 21st 2018
It’s the best part of January soon – Newcastle Restaurant Week!
Whether you want to try somewhere new or get a bargain at your usual haunt, now is the time to do it as there’s lots of new things to try during Newcastle Restaurant Week.
There’s a heck of a lot of new restaurants, both independent and chain so there’s something to please everyone. Some of the deals have changed since the last time, with courses going down or cost going up but it’s still a bargain!
I have included all of the deals below for the Newcastle Restaurant Week January 2018, so click on and keep reading!
Tucked away in Washington Village is The Green. A cute and curious combination of tearoom, florist, gift shop and wait for it – a wood fired pizza place. Having lived in Washington for 5yr we often neglected the cute little gem that is Washington Village.
Every time I have tried to visit The Green I haven’t been able to get parked anywhere so when we saw an empty space, it was a sign that it was meant to be!
Everyone loves something a bit different, right? Only open a week, Tin of Sardines is Durhams newest and smallest bar. With a dedicated Gin menu, this is going to be the place in Durham to be.
After a truly disappointing girls brunch down the street, my friends and I found ourselves craving cake and when in Jesmond there’s only one place to go – Cake Stories Coffee House.
Sitting unassumingly behind a butchers on the site of a former garage, The Fat Butcher Steak House is a recent addition to the Blyth area. A spin off from the large North East butcher chain, the restaurant ticks all the boxes for industrial, trendy bare bones décor in a former garage workshop. Can the food live up to the hype of being one of the newest steak houses in the region?
Managed by the crew behind the Sambucca restaurant in Durham, the Fat Butcher Steak House offers a relatively simply meat based menu. Steaks, Grills and burgers are the order of the day.