The Laundrette is one of those places in Newcastle City Centre that’s pretty good for any kind of occasion. Hen parties, cocktails, after event carbs and date nights. We’ve been a frequent visitor since they opened in October 2017 and have previously talked about their opening and their Christmas menu.
I love it when something totally different comes to Newcastle. Something quirky, niche and that’s not going to pale into insignificance in 6 months time. Step forward Antler Newcastle. Last week Antler Newcastle opened its doors after a £1million launch. We headed to their opening night to check it out.
Famous (or perhaps infamous) for the Cookie Monster cocktail, it’s packed out bars and regular features of Geordie Shore. Jalou is one of Newcastle’s most favourite hotspots. With the addition of Jalou in York, it’s no wonder that it’s fast becoming a Northern Powerhouse. The Newcastle bar, located just up
Living in the North East, we’re pretty privileged when we think about. From sports events and a thick sports culture to rolling countryside and blue-flag beaches. There’s a wealth of talent hailing from the region; Alan Shearer, Cheryl Fernandez-Whatevershescalledthesedays-Cole, Ant & Dec, Robson Green and Bobby Robson to name a
If you’re looking for award-winning cuisine on the strip and household names you’ll find Gordon Ramsay, Wolfgang Puck and Giada De Laurentiis to name but a few. All with restaurants connected to some of the world’s most well-known hotels. I’ve had a love for The Cromwell since it reopened as
Cast your mind back to last Summer and my visit to SoHe in Jesmond. The Asian fusion restaurant and cocktail lounge situated on the ever bustling and well known Osbourne Road. Newcastle boasts over 450 restaurants within a 5-mile radius of SoHe, so there’s plenty of choices to dine whatever