Best For Brunch In Newcastle
Whether you're kicking off your weekend in style or just trying to make it through that hangover, this city has got your covered for delicious brunches and breakfasts every day of the week. From slick free-flowing feasts to a faithful Full English, we've rounded up where's best for brunch in Newcastle.
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A staple when it comes to breakfast in Newcastle with bottomless booze, The Old George Inn treats you to the likes of French toast sticks and smashed avo, or you can upgrade to a burger. Better yet, you'll wash that down with prosecco and martinis.
The Alchemist is a contender for the best brunch in Newcastle city centre, with three of their most popular cocktails and any brekkie dish for just £25. Sip your way through the infamous 'bubble bath' drink, while chowing down on a roast squash hash with halloumi or the salt beef benedict.
Found right next to The Gate, Point Blank Shooting is the place to be if you want to follow a bottomless brunch with fun activities. Your meal and unlimited drinks will cost £35 per person, plus there's the opportunity to take on your mates at the high-tech range boasting over 200 games.
While being the cause of many a hangover, River Bar may also hold the cure for that insatiable morning-after appetite. Their moreish full English breakfast is served all day until 6pm, so you can get your fill of sausage, bacon and hash browns. While you're there, you may as well help yourself to another cocktail or two.
Pairing small plates with bottomless bubbles is YOLO's city centre townhouse and Ponteland locations. Whether you choose to take your brunch across the characterful inside space or an outdoor terrace, this destination is bound to hit the spot.
A homely pub down on Neville Street, the Victoria Comet doesn't mess around when it comes to brunch in Newcastle city centre. From meaty fry-ups and heaving pancake stacks, to a choice of healthy poached eggs or veggie sausage sandwiches, there's definitely a little bit of what you fancy on this menu.
A bar that needs no introduction, The Botanist is known for much more than their botanical concoctions. The venue also slings out some of the best brunches where you can choose 5 items to build your own custom meal. For an extra £15.95, you can make that bad boy bottomless.
Jam Jar is a prime spot for brunch in Jesmond, thanks to its free-flowing fizz every weekend. Pair your booze with their decadent 'eggs boujee' - complete with spinach, halloumi and oodles of Hollandaise - or go sustainable and choose their 'scrummy scraps' breakfast.