Cosiest, autumnal places for food in Newcastle

Nothing shouts autumn other than good comfort food and a warm cup of deliciousness!

Francesca Crosby
12th October 2021
Image: Flickr @Marco Verch
As it starts getting colder, we look to comfort food to warm us up. Newcastle boasts some amazing independent restaurants, cafes and food on the go that is certain to get you feeling cosy, warm and autumnal. So, dig out your fluffy jumper and explore everything the city has to offer!

Coffee Yolo: Located at the entrance to STACK (which actually has loads to offer) you will find this little café. Serving all your favourite hot drinks, including pumpkin spiced lattes. They also do a range of hot sandwiches and sweet treats. This place is popular with students and it is dog friendly! So relax with all your nearest and dearest, overlooking the city centre.

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Grainger Market: There are loads of vendors to explore here and plenty of independent eateries to try this autumn, including Pet Lamb Patisserie, French Oven bakery and Redhead’s Mac and Cheese. It is a pretty historic building with some one-of-a-kind finds and a casual feel, so be sure to check it out.

Image: Instagram(@redheadsmacncheese)

The Botanist: While it is well known for its creative cocktails, The Botanist also offers some amazing food and Sunday lunch with optional bottomless drinks! Their autumn menu includes baked camembert, plant-based burgers and hot and cold sharing boards- perfect if you want a nice meal with friends. This place has a warm atmosphere with endless fairy lights and an actual tree in the middle…what could be cosier?

Image: Instagram(@thebotanistuk)
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