Where are the best places to eat in Newcastle?
The Del, as it's known to locals serves up classic pubs meals with a modern twist in the heart of Newcastle. With menu specials every night of the week, plus free ice cream for kids, this local is sure to entertain the family.
This lounge and tapas bar offers escape from the outside weather and provides an intimate setting to enjoy a casual cocktail inside a French-boutique styled lounge. The share plate menu is a crowd hit and mellows nicely with live tunes Friday to Sunday.
Another small yet festive spot that has removed the formalities of entree, main, dessert and devised a menu that is best suited to sharing amongst friends and family. This retro harbour-side garden party atmosphere features ocean breezes and cosy/ dimly-lit booths.
The Criterion Hotel
Hidden on the back streets of Carrington, this awesome pub and restaurant is a locals favourite. At "the Cri", you'll find plenty of local craft beer and modern pub food. The burgers and schnitzels are well regarded however if inclined, the menu allows for a little experimenting.
The Maryville Tavern
Whether it’s a casual catch up or long lunches in the outdoor beer garden, The Maryville is quickly forging a reputation as one of Newcastle’s most popular destinations with a focus on locally grown, fresh ingredients changing according to the season.
Over 36 flavours of ice cream await, including 'Peanut Butter Chocolate' and 'Movie Theatre Popcorn'. This Baskin-Robbins does it all, located on 111 Turton Rd, Waratah head down to get your sweet fix.