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A buzzing place with a vibrant Breakfast, Brunch and Sunday Lunch scene, beyond the wings of the famous Angel of the North. lies a city with a rich history featuring must see tourist spots Hadrian's Wall, St James' Park and the Castle and Keep that gives Newcastle its name. 

Each area in The Toon has somewhere to cater for a Bruncher’s every need. From the pretty Quayside area where you can enjoy a damn fine cup of coffee at Quay Ingredient or Quilliam Brothers before a walk along the River Tyne, the cool, ‘urban’ district of Ouseburn that provides hip vegan dishes at venues like Ernest; the student populated Jesmond for indulgent breakfast pancakes at Café 1901; or heading to Heaton to Brunch at the much loved Butterfly Cabinet.

So, if you’re in Newcastle and looking for the best Bottomless Brunch, the heartiest traditional Sunday roast, the top party spots for a social Brunch with friends, the most hipster of artisan coffee shops or the places to go if you’re vegan then our guide is the answer to finding the ideal spot for you, so you don’t have to worry about making an ill informed choice. Plenty of venues offer online booking too, so you needn’t worry about that dreaded queue.

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Capello

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Ernest

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Ernest is a quirky, independent café on the outskirts of Ouseburn, famed for its amazing breakfast. View Venue
Newcastle

Gusto - Newcastle

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Gusto is an elegant yet relaxing restaurant and bar in central Newcastle, whose Sunday Roasts put an authentically Italian spin on the British tradition. View Venue
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Heaton Ingredient

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Since the rousing success of their first venture ‘Quay Ingredient’, Simon and Maggie Snowball have expanded to this wonderful eatery along Heaton Road, where they serve unbeatable breakfast dishes in an unassuming, welcoming environment. View Venue
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Jam Jar

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By evening a hip, neon-lit bar, by day a chilled out restaurant, Jam Jar’s Brunch is the stuff of legend. View Venue
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Jesmond Dene House

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An independently-owned boutique hotel serving up refined breakfast, Jesmond Dene House is perfect for a weekend excursion. View Venue
Newcastle

Long Play Café

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This chilled-out coffee shop doubles up as a record store – great breakfast, great coffee and a collection of over 2,000 vinyls. What more could you ask for? View Venue
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Longhorn's

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Proper British meat cooked with American barbecuing techniques, Longhorn’s dabble in pan-Atlantic dining like no other and have extended their principles to a hearty breakfast menu. View Venue
Newcastle

Prima

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Prima in Newcastle is rustic yet suave Italian restaurant whose indulgent Bottomless Brunch and Sunday Lunch feasts draw in huge crowds. View Venue
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