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NEWCASTLE Flints Pizza Heaton Flints, Heaton

There is more to Newcastle than the things you might find in the city centre... 

... or the recommended must-see attractions and landmarks. Impressive as they are, if you are visiting us for a longer break - explore further afield and discover how easy it is to get a metro to the outlying suburbs which are full of personality, great restaurants and things to do.

Hop off the metro at Chillingham Road and live like a local in Heaton where relaxed café culture and bohemian independence underpins the bustling suburb. Tiny tap rooms, stonebaked pizza restaurants and cafes mingle with greengrocers and second-hand stores.

Vegetarian restaurant, Sky Apple Café and go-to brunch hotspot, Butterfly Cabinet are must-visits for the  foodies whilst Heaton Park is perfect for a stroll all year round and becomes a thriving community during the long summer evenings when locals spill out to enjoy picnics and BBQs in the sunshine.

NEWCASTLE Gosforth Civic Image by: Gosforth Civic Theatre

Gosforth boasts an upmarket high street with a number of boutique cafes along its High Street. Visitors will find arguably the region’s most dog-friendly pub in Gosforth too. The Brandling Villa even has its own section for dogs on their menu! Visitors looking for entertainment should head to Gosforth Civic Theatre which is an inclusive space for performance, music and cinema with a packed event programme especially suited for families.

Sandyford, a small residential area found between Heaton and Jesmond, is home to popular vegan café and refill store – Little Green Social as well as top-notch, independent pizzeria, Scream For Pizza and only a short walk from the stunning Armstrong Park – home of the rather creative Shoe Tree!

Visitors wishing to explore a little wider than Newcastle city centre will find the famous Geordie welcome across the region from the cultural quarter of Ouseburn to stylish suburb, Jesmond and of course along the iconic NewcastleGateshead Quayside.

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