Ever wondered where the hottest parts of our city are? If you hadn't already heard of this stylish suburb, then we're not sure what rock you've been living under. From escaping into the great outdoors to hitting up chic cocktail joints and tucking into bottomless frozen margarita brunches, here's our area guide to Jesmond Newcastle - think activities, bars and restaurants.
Check Out These Jesmond Restaurants
As You Like It: This Archbold Street eatery is merging 70s Ibiza glam with live entertainment, deer-laden chandeliers and lush greenery. While a top choice of cocktail bars in Jesmond, you can also munch on Japanese green curry or a Northumberland braised venison hotpot.
Geisha Jesmond: For pan-Asian fare, including the likes of sushi, bao and dim sum, look no further than a trip to Geisha, one of the best restaurants in Newcastle's Jesmond. Settle down among the lanterns and sakura to enjoy a meal in the gorgeous space.
The Fat Hippo Jesmond: Gut-busting burgers? Sign us up. This laidback spot definitely fits the bill, dishing out patties slapped between two buns with a variety of toppings, such as candied pineapple, chilli bacon jam and pulled pork rib.
Rio Brazilian Steakhouse: Any meat fiends are going to want Rio on their radar, as it's fronting the finest cuts and juicy morsels for you to chow down on. Topping it off? A list of cocktails to help your meal go down easily.
Peace And Loaf: Restaurants in Jesmond Newcastle don't get much better than the opportunity for some fine dining. Here, MasterChef: The Professionals finalist Dave Coulson offers an experience that's earned two AA Rosettes and a mention in the Michelin Guide.
Branches Jesmond: This contemporary restaurant whips up five-course tasting menus, alongside a la carte options and Sunday lunch, for a relaxed twist on fine dining. You'll find it among the collection of hugely popular restaurants on Osbourne Road in Jesmond, Newcastle.
Sohe Jesmond: The best places to eat in Jesmond? Mosey over to The Cairn Hotel and you'll uncover an elegant eatery tucked away in a Victorian building. Head inside for a fusion menu of pan-Asian dishes, which includes influences from Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Korea and more.
Jesmond Dene House: Fern Dining Room at this premium pick of hotels in Jesmond is your go-to for swanky British meals, afternoon tea and more, particularly on special occasions. With MasterChef: The Professionals finalist Danny Parker at the helm, you can't go wrong.
Dabbawal Jesmond: Sitting pretty at Brentwood Mews, the Indian restaurant in Jesmond is delving out everything from bottomless brunches to vegan masala dosa, tandoor street food and classic curries.
Antico Restaurant Jesmond: Out of all the Italian restaurants in Jesmond, this cosy setting is a firm favourite among locals and visitors alike. Think moreish pasta, pizza and steak swilled down the hatch by wine.
Sip Away At Jesmond Bars And Pubs
The Holy Hobo: From the vintage leather sofas and open fire place to its antique lampshades, this watering hole is one cosy den. The DJ's music will keep you groovin', while the cocktail list features Dib Dab-flavoured martinis and the food menu offers a choice of kebabs or burgers.
97 & Social: A vibrant cocktail and gastro bar, 97 & Social is your go-to for tipsy teas, bottomless brunches featuring tacos and frozen margaritas. Nab a table here to celebrate all occasions, or just because.
Spy Bar Jesmond: Out of all the bars in Newcastle's Jesmond, this spot is the best for sports fans. Home to three big screens and eight TVs, alongside a choice of American-style burgers or pizzas, it's not to be passed up when you want to catch a screening.
Jam Jar: Offering up £5 martinis on Mondays, £3.50 house doubles on Thursdays, and 2 for 1 grub on Tuesdays, Jam Jar is just the place for lovers of a good deal on Osbourne Road, Jesmond. What's more, the drinking and dining destination also serves a dreamy boozy brunch.
Soho Jesmond: Showing big screen live sports, while serving food from Brack Burgers, makes this one of the finest Jesmond pubs. Whether you fancy a bite to eat at the sprawling streetside tables or just want to sink a pint, it's got everything you need.
The Bluebell: When it comes to the best pubs in Jesmond, an idyllic Vale boozer should fit the bill. It offers a warm atmosphere for grub, Sunday lunch and playing pool. Their vast, grassy beer garden strung with fairy lights completes the offering.
Phoenix Bar Jesmond: Thanks to three different spaces - a sports den, dining room and main drinking area - this place accounts for every kind of evening out. Kick back with Sky screenings or an expertly mixed cocktail, but not before filling up on British fare.
Discover Quirky Things To Do In Jesmond
Wylam Brewery Events: When it's hosting everything from pizza festivals to live brass bands and killer DJ sets, you know Wylam Brewery is the place to be for events in Jesmond. And if you fancy a pint of craft beer, their tap room is ready and waiting too.
Jesmond Dene Park: This narrow woodland valley follows the river Ouseburn, with Jesmond Dene Falls and House making up the main attractions. Better yet, theatre fans can enjoy open-air theatre performances throughout the summer.
Exhibition Park: With its skate park, sports areas, boating lake and Victorian bandstand, this gorgeous public park is a great choice for activities in Jesmond. Head down with the family or on a chilled date to enjoy a quaint green space in the urban outdoors.
The Town, Dukes & Little Moors: If you fancy yourself as more of a rambler, but don't want to leave the city, these three moors are a safe bet. Found just west of Jesmond, they're easily accessible and perfect for walking the pooch or enjoying views over Newcastle.
Newcastle Cricket Club: Get up close and personal with some of the city's sporting action right here. Watch the Newcastle team battle it out in the North East Premier League, with a drink in hand, of course.
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