Romantic Restaurants In Newcastle

Whether it's a first date, a chance for some well-deserved alone time or a special occasion, you're gonna need a place to eat - and a damn good one at that. Just call us your wingman, as we've put together a guide to the most romantic restaurants in Newcastle. From sultry drinking dens dishing out creative menus to Michelin star hotspots serving up tantalising treats, these eateries are sure to win you a few brownie points.

Last updated on 23rd January 2023

97 & Social - Jesmond

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Slick and atmospheric, 97 & Social is a Jesmond spot that's coming in hot for your romantic night out. Whether you're taking someone out on a first date or are treating a long-term partner, this joint's quirky decor, tasty Mexican fare and top-notch cocktails are sure to put you in the good books.

Peace and Loaf is one of the most romantic restaurants in the North East, which is ideal for date nights. Grab yourself a table at the two AA Rosette eatery to tuck into a scrumptious tasting menu, which features dishes such as teriyaki Iberico pork and a salted caramel tart.

The Broad Chare is a top choice of romantic restaurants in Newcastle Quayside, thanks to its Bib Gourmand from the Michelin Guide. A gorgeous gastropub serving up steaks, creamed wild mushrooms and Lindisfarne oysters, it's the ideal venue for true foodies who want a chilled out date.

If you're after romantic but posh restaurants in Newcastle Quayside, House of Tides is the one and only Michelin star spot across the city. Set over two floors of a Grade I-listed 16th century building, while rustling up eats such as venison, Norfolk quail and Gigha halibut, this is total date night dreams.

Lola Jeans

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Boasting sultry dark walls, pink velvet seating and marble-style tables, Lola Jeans is a gorgeous find for your romantic dinner. While settled into these stunning surrounds, indulge in award-winning burgers and wash them down with curious cocktails, one of which is served in a dainty teacup.