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Must Visit Cafes of Newcastle

The must-visit cafes of Newcastle

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When people are in need of some good food, a decent cup of coffee, and a generally warm setting, a cafe is a good bet. Cafes provide people with a more casual dining experience than frequenting a high-end restaurant and everything that entails. Thankfully, alongside the city’s excellent hotels, Newcastle has an array of quaint and quirky cafes that are well worth visiting. 

Ultimately, we all prefer specific cafes for a variety of different reasons. For some, the decor might provide them with a warm and welcoming feeling, and the service with a smile makes it an even more pleasurable experience. While for others, they’re perhaps searching for an Instagram-friendly setting for some locally sourced produce. Additionally, people might flock to a specific cafe to relax with a fruity concoction and to satisfy their sweet tooth further with a sweet-themed session of the Sweet Bonanza slot game. Likewise, some people prefer to find a corner with a book and enjoy a quiet coffee. Cafe’s are essentially welcoming environments for everyone and provide people with a reliable go-to option that they can visit on a daily basis or frequent occasionally when they’re in need of some delectable grub. 

Given the extensive array of cafes in and around Newcastle, we thought we’d narrow it down to some of the very best. So, without further ado, below is a look at some of Newcastle’s must-visit cafes. 

The Great British Cupcakery – Queen Street, Quayside 

Offering deliciously fresh homemade cakes, bakes and shakes, The Great British Cupcakery is one of the city’s best spots for a bite to eat. Alongside its gorgeous sweet treats, the cafe also offers visitors an afternoon tea in what is a beautiful setting filled with powder pink seating and a blossom tree that dominates the room. An incredibly popular, family-run business, The Great British Cupcakery is well worth visiting. 

Pink Lane Coffee – Pink Lane

In need of some high-quality coffee? If so, then Pink Lane Coffee is the place to go. A small space, the cafe serves up some of the city’s freshest and tastiest coffee. People can be found working in peace, catching up with a friend, or simply enjoying some breakfast. Pink Lane Coffee is a great place, especially for coffee connoisseurs, so make sure you try their very own coffee roast called Colour Coffee. 

Violets Cafe – The Side, Quayside

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Yet another popular cafe in the city, Violets Cafe is another small venue, but it serves up a large selection of top qualitygoods. In fact, Violets Cafe’s offering has been recognised with a prestigious Bib Gourmand award from the Michelin Guide. Championing good food at good prices, there’s something for everyone on the menu. What makes it even more worthwhile, though, is the cafe’s quaint and characterful decor. Whether you want a stunningly beautiful lunch or a casual cup of coffee, Violets Cafe definitely has you covered. 

Pet Lamb Patisserie – Grainger Market 

Offering a mouth-watering selection of cupcakes and brownies, many people have already been tempted by Pet Lamb Patisserie’s array of tasty treats. The Grainger Market is an excellent market to visit anyway, but even more so thanks to Pet Lamb Patisserie’s luscious bakes. The service is excellent, too. 

The Biscuit Factory Kitchen – Stoddart Street 

Located on top of the popular The Biscuit Factory art gallery in Newcastle, The Biscuit Factory Kitchen is a rooftop venue offering visitors with a menu well worth sampling and views that are capable of improving any social media profile. From a light brunch to a hearty evening meal, The Biscuit Factory Kitchen’s gorgeous grub is certainly worth a try.

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