Food and wine
Eating out in Newcastle
Newcastle has an emerging food scene that makes it an appealing spot to indulge in quality food and wine. The city has some serious food credentials four one-hatted restaurants in Newcastle - Bacchus, Subo, Restaurant Deux and Restaurant Mason.
A thriving cultural scene and bustling eat streets have helped Newcastle become an exciting regional food destination. The city has four distinctive dining neighbourhoods offering plenty of opportunities for eating out in style.
Right on the harbour at Honeysuckle wharf, The Boardwalk is the place to head for sophisticated dining and opulent bars with water views. Along Beaumont Street, Hamilton,you'll find a lively pub scene and sidewalk cafes that have a strong mediterranean focus. Darby Street in Cooks Hill has a relaxed bohemian style with cafes and galleries to browse while The Junction has a smattering of restaurants.
Provedores that are well worth visiting include Fishermen's Wharf Seafoods at the Co-op, Wicked Chocolates and PeaBerry Ground Coffee. At Sunday's Newcastle City Farmers Markets you can stock up on fresh, local produce. And don't forget... the Hunter Valley vineyards are just over an hour away.
For the best future, take from the past and celebrate your special occasion at Fort Scratchley Historical Site. With seating capacity of up to 150 guests and specilised catering services, all of your ...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Hunter-Valley-And-Newcastle-Area-fortscratchleyhistoricalsite.aspx
Located on Newcastle’s Honeysuckle Drive, opposite the Hunter River, the Lobster House has made its mark as one of the city’s best casual fine dining restaurants, offering live seafood. Wi...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Hunter-Valley-And-Newcastle-Area-lobsterhouse.aspx
Italy meets Newcastle's beautiful harbour foreshore at Ristorante Il Grifone. Like all good Italian restaurants, Ristorante Il Grifone is a family run business under the guidance of Italian-born Rober...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Hunter-Valley-And-Newcastle-Area-ristoranteilgrifone.aspx
A wine-lovers haven, Reserve Wine Bar is Newcastle’s first grape emporium, located in the historic ANZ bank building. The Reserve Wine Bar prides itself on supporting local producers with 70 New...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Hunter-Valley-And-Newcastle-Area-reservewinebar.aspx
Mucho’s Mexican, established in 1983, is located in Newcastle's lovely shopping area, The Junction. Combining Mexican and Aztec flavours, the restaurant will cater for all spice tolerances. Mond...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Hunter-Valley-And-Newcastle-Area-muchosmex.aspx
Centrally located in Newcastle's Queens Wharf, Blue Water Pizza is a lively eatery, serving up wood-fire pizzas with a smile. This spacious venue features a great alfresco dining area right on the wha...www.bestrestaurants.com.au/restaurants/NSW-Hunter-Valley-And-Newcastle-Area-bluewaterpizza.aspx
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For breezy, comfortable fine-dining in Newcastle, look no further than Subo. The restaurant is the brainchild of husband and wife team Bea...