Eating Out

Eating Out

Review: Jesmond Dene House, Newcastle

There are few roads in the region more likely to send stress levels soaring than the Central Motorway in Newcastle during rush hour.

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The North East Land, Sea and Air Museum

Top chefs to host Experimental Diner pop-up restaurant at aircraft museum

A new dining concept it set to take off at the aircraft museum in Washington.

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Are you partial to a festive tipple?

Aldi launches budget friendly wine advent calendar

If you’re partial to a festive drink or two throughout December you'll be able to raise a toast with every calendar door.


Victorian tearoom with period photographic twist opens in Sunderland

Fancy taking afternoon tea like a Victorian?

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A healthy pumpkin spice latte.

Recipe of the week: Healthy pumpkin spiced latte

I’ve just told you that your favourite pumpkin spiced latte is full of sugar, and may be preventing you from losing weight.

Are you partial to a cider?

‘Perfect’ weather means it will be a vintage cider season

Apple growers say 'perfect' weather conditions in 2017 have made for a bumper crop for making cider.

Hotel Indigo Durham,  the former Old Shire Hall Durham

Sneak peek at construction of Hotel Indigo and Marco Pierre White Steakhouse in Durham

One of Durham City’s most striking buildings is being transformed into a £15m boutique hotel and Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill.

Seaham Hall

 Serenity Spa exterior

Review: Ozone and twilight spa package, Seaham Hall, East Durham

Rewind to the noughties and as a group of school friends we’d mark life events, like 21st birthdays, graduations, and the fact it was Friday, by downing neon shots and going to bars where you could get drunk for a fiver. Great times, from what I can remember....

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In the early 1970s, Britain had around 75,000 pubs.

Future of Britain's pubs 'threatened' by rates increase

Around 28,000 pubs have closed since the 1970s as the sector faces a "ticking time bomb" over its future, a report warns.

Will you be splashing out on the Prosecco?

Aldi to sell 3-litre bottle of Prosecco this Christmas

Stop making your Christmas list - because we've found the ultimate festive buy for the fizz fans out there.

Would you share a pizza slice with Ant and Dec? Picture: PA.

Ant and Dec confirmed as North East's favourite takeaway dinner date

We love watching them on a Saturday night.
Are you a mince pie fan?

It's time to start the Christmas shop because Sainsbury's is stocking mince pies

The summer holidays are done and dusted - so it's officially time to start thinking about Christmas.

Kelvin Linstead, who heads up City Bistro in Sunderland.

Why food and family are everything for Sunderland chef Kelvin

Family and food are the two simple passions of Kelvin Linstead, the man at the helm of one of Sunderland’s most exciting kitchens.

Inside the new tipi at Port of Call

Safari supper provides taster of Sunderland Restaurant Week

Food lovers rejoice, as Sunderland Restaurant Week returns to the city from Saturday until Sunday September 17, giving independent cafes and restaurants around the city the opportunity to showcase some unique dishes and tantalising flavours.

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Sunderland’s second-oldest pub to reopen after years of neglect

An historic pub which has witnessed the changing face of Sunderland is set to reopen its doors.

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What do you eat for lunch on a work day?

Is your workday lunch one of Britain's most popular?

One in three Britons sit down to exactly the same lunch every day, according to a new study.

Watch as thieving seagull steals crisps from Greggs again

Greggs in South Shields has been raided again by a peckish visitor - of the seagull variety.

No-bake peanut butter coconut oatmeal cookies.

Recipe of the week: No-bake peanut butter coconut oatmeal cookies

This week we have a one-bowl recipe for super-easy-to-make peanut butter cookies packed with coconut and oats.

Burgers at Port of Call

11 deals to whet your appetite for Sunderland Restaurant Week

Ready for some bargain bait?

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The Tyneside Gin Festival will cater for all tastes.

Tyneside Gin Festival returns for a second year

Gin lovers will be in good spirits after it was confirmed Tyneside Gin Festival is set to roll into town for a second year.
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