Food & Drink Reviews
Cheers to Brinkburn!
There’s some exciting things going on at Brinkburn St. Brewery Bar & Kitchen, but then again, when isn’t there?
Go Green this summer
Top-notch vegan establishment Little Green has been a big hit with punters since it opened and they’re about to hit a whole new level of “Wow!” with the launch of their summer...
Weigh to go!
If you’re looking to reduce your plastic/waste footprint then make a bee-line for the wonderful Buy The Kilo, which you’ll find at Tynemouth Metro station.
Hey! Eat up your greens!
Little Green Social is a café (and bar and health food shop and social space) that has been turning a few heads since it opened in Newcastle a few months back, and with little...
Tyne & Beer
CentrAle is an independent craft beer and local ale bottleshop located in Newcastle Central Station and it’s overflowing with the good stuff.
Hark! A new bar at ARC!
If you thought that ARC in Stockton couldn’t possibly get any better, then be prepared to have those very thoughts shredded because they’ve only went and revitalised and relau...
Pub review> The Chillingham
The Chillingham in Heaton has just had an extensive make-over and they’ve really hit the ground running with a brand new food menu full of “proper” this and “gourmet” that.
The cats that got the cream
Newcastle’s Mog on the Tyne is a veritable HIT! What is it? Nothing less than a gorgeous café filled with, yep, cats.
Review: Post Box
Since opening its doors to the good people of Ponteland in late January, Post Box has cornered the local market in cream teas, flavour packed big bites and enticing evening ev...
Restaurant review> Sydney’s Bistro
Chloe Corkhill jumps on the train to Hexham to sample the town’s latest fabulous foodie offering.
Bar food review> Bierrex
Chloe Corkhill visits the recently opened Bierrex to indulge a penchant for bold stateside flavours, while soothing away the sorry results of the previous evening’s excesses. ...
Afternoon tea review>
The Biscuit Factory, Newcastle: Chloe Corkhill crosses her legs like a lady, secures her hatpins tightly and takes afternoon tea at the Biscuit Factory.
Our favourite sandwich shop is celebrating 25 glorious years in the biz. Hooray!