Newcastle Food

Rediscover Newcastle’s CBD, by Zoe Drew by Newcastle Discovered

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Newcastle has been reborn. The clouds of concrete dust have cleared, infrastructure torn down and we are free to roam the streets of the CBD. It’s been a tough ride for local businesses who had access cut off by roadworks, but the launch of The Station signifies a refreshed city. Call up your squad and support small businesses by rediscovering the hidden gems of the Newcastle.

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New kids on the block, By Zoe Drew by Newcastle Discovered

Finally, the dreary days and icy nights of Winter are behind us. It’s time to put on pants and crawl out from hibernation. We get it, the thought of re-joining the summer social scene is daunting but, the unique restaurants and bars bursting onto Newcastle’s food scene mean there’s something to get excited about.  

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Eat, Learn, Share: Urban Mess Pop-Up Tomorrow by Brooke Tunbridge

Urban Mess began in 2015 as a communal dining event based around a chosen international cuisine by chef Tony Harrison and partner Melisah May at Lowlands Bowling Club. It's now expanded to pop-ups and event catering, so you can enjoy a carefully curated menu at Newcastle's finest locations.

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The Olive Tree Market Returns Tomorrow by Brooke Tunbridge

Markets are a perfect way to support local businesses, indulge in great food, company, live music and find creative folk making cool things.

The Olive Tree Market is back for 2018 with the first market of the new year being held tomorrow (February 3rd) at Civic Park 9-3pm. A strong theme for this month's market is the importance of reusing. Many stallholders have their own creative way of helping the planet, as you'll learn below.

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