While it doesn't run a regular brunch menu, Aveika go one step further come high-days and holidays. Their bank holiday brunches are the stuff of legends, with the Japanese bar and restaurant throwing down the sushi, sashimi and small plates, alongside free-flowing prosecco or cocktail pitchers.
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 that come just a few times a year, to a faithful Full English for under a fiver, we've rounded up the best places for brunch in Newcastle.
The cause of many a hangover, to be sure, but 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, and while you're there, you may as well help yourself to another cocktail or two.
A homely pub down on Neville Street, the Victoria Comet doesn't mess around when it comes to that all-important morning pick-me-up. From meaty fry-ups and heaving pancake stacks, to healthy poached eggs and veggie sausage sandwiches, there's definitely a little bit of what you fancy on this menu.
Anywhere that offers a hot breakfast for less than a fiver is okay by us, and this Jesmond sports bar is doing just that. Their all-day breakfast is the perfect option if you're looking for a relaxed brunch in Newcastle, particularly when washed down with a few pints of craft beer or some very strong coffee.
Offering one of the best bottomless brunches in Newcastle, Jam Jar brings you two hours of free-flowing prosecco, bellinis and mimosas every weekend. Pair with their decadent Eggs Boujee, complete with spinach, halloumi and oodles of hollandaise, or go sustainable with their Scrummy Scraps breakfast.