Our Bars and Restaurants in Newcastle
El Paso was born from a love of Mexican and Latin American street food. They looked to the markets of Mexico and Latin America for their culinary inspiration, creating fresh and flavourful dishes with an authentic style.
Using only the highest quality ingredients, their talented chefs produce food that stimulates all the senses, perfectly reflecting the vitality of Mexico and Latin America with delicious aromas, vibrant colours and mouth-watering flavours.
With plenty of vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options on the menu, those with specific allergen requirements have been catered for.
So why not embrace Latin American dining, and experience the colours and flavours of Mexico, Spain and beyond….
Food is served daily from 10am until 10pm.
Click here to view the El Paso menus
Osbornes Bar is the centre of Jesmond’s night life. Osbornes is simply the “in place” attracting both young and old, students and professionals.
Osbornes has two bars stretched over its two venues offering a diverse drinks range from premium spirits, draught lager, real ales, world beers, cocktails and a wide selection of wines – whatever your tipple, Osbornes can provide.
With its heated outdoor terraces, including outside TVs and Sheesha Garden, Osbornes Bar attracts those wishing to experience that continental atmosphere and simply enjoy being at the heart of Newcastle’s “cafe society”.
With its daily offers and happy hour game, large screen TVs and amazing atmosphere, Osbornes bar is a great night out for all.
Click here to view Osbornes’ menu
A large bar situated in Newcastle’s leafy suburb of Gosforth.
The Three Mile Inn, Gosforth is popular with local residents both young and old, professionals and students. The Three Mile Inn has a great reputation for its wonderful atmosphere, amazing offers and weekly events, making it a great night out for all.
Click here to visit the Three Mile Inn website.
A Newcastle pub with a special place in the city’s history – for more than 150 years, The Market Lane, known as the Monkey bar has been a key fixture in the city’s nightlife.
Traced back to around 1850, when it was originally called the Old Market Lane Hotel, the pub was a popular watering venue for the Irish bricklayers who helped build much of Victorian Newcastle. Legend has it that they used to leave their hods, or monkeys, in the passageway as security against their bar bill – giving the venue the nickname it still bears today.
Nowadays, drinkers can enjoy daily drinks offers, real ales, craft ales, premium spirits, a pool table and free Jukebox in a relaxed and comfortable environment.
The indoor and outdoor areas are an oasis for local residents and people travelling into the area. And with a children’s play area, your little ones can enjoy the fresh air while you do too!
The Sandpiper offers an extensive food menu, including a delicious Sunday carvery which is all freshly cooked by an in-house team of chefs. To complement the food menu, they also offer a large selection of real ales, Italian coffees, loose leaf teas, and snacks.
The quirky yet modern interior offers an atmosphere for any age range – whether you want to read a book or celebrate with friends and family.
Click here to view The Sandpiper menu
The Runhead offers all that you’ll love in a traditional pub, wrapped up in the best of contemporary style.
Situated in Holburn Lane, Ryton, The Runhead prides itself on its tasty gastro menu that only uses the best freshest produce. Furnished with comfortable leather sofas, wooden floors and lots of cosy corners creating a real ‘home from home’ feel.
Click here to view The Runhead menu