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Over the last twelve months, Newcastle has exploded with new bars, restaurants, cafés and pop-ups. The Toon now has the largest density of food & drink vendors in The North. I love Newcastle Magazine will guide you as to where are the best places to eat and drink in the city.

First look at Newcastle’s new Ice Bar: what’s it like...

Since its opening last summer, social hub STACK has quickly become one of Newcastle’s coolest hangouts, but with the new Lonewolf Ice...

Don’t worry if you’ve not got a date… Bob Marley will...

Turtle Bay have launched an epic new Valentine’s menu… and it’s not just for lovers. Bringing the laid...

Newcastle set to get even cooler with the opening of its...

The North East's first ice bar will open it's doors in Newcastle on Friday (25 January) at the STACK.

Here’s seven places to get your Veganuary fix…

Greggs caused excitement and controversy with its first foray into the Veganuary supertrend as Quorn sausage rolls landed on shelves across the...

Five pubs with real fires to get cosy around this weekend

There’s only one thing to do when the cold is biting, and that’s get thyself into a suitable establishment and warm thy...

Favourite Newcastle Indian Restaurant turns 35

One of Newcastle’s most renowned Indian Restaurants, Sachins, is celebrating its 35thbirthday, making it one of oldest establishments serving Punjabi cuisine in...

This Jesmond restaurant was the only one in the North East...

Peace and Loaf has been named in the Top 100 Best Restaurants 2018 by global online booking website OpenTable. 

Those who know are heading to Grey Street…

Something curiouser and curiouser is taking place at one of Newcastle's leading hotels... And Newcastle city centre is getting...

Dates announced for Newcastle Restaurant Week and it’s going to be...

The Toon's most mouth-watering event is back with more restaurants signed up than ever before. The date has...

Greggs is launching a vegan sausage roll

Immortalised by Gazza's rap in Fog on the Tyne, the humble sausage roll has always been a much-loved treat on Tyneside.