Newcastle Food

5 things to look out for in one of Newcastle's amazing cocktail venues by Kian West

Even in spite of Newcastle's ridiculous alcohol restrictions (a debate for another time) we have still managed to begin to see a wave of brilliant cocktail culture and small bars willing to serve a well-made beverage along with the spaces that also manage to offer some of the most delicious food offerings (5Sawyers we are looking at your pattie melt). 

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6 Reasons Why It’s Hard to be a Man, by Andy Holmes by Newcastle Discovered

Any person who thinks the world needs meninism is wrong. However…I have compiled a list of six difficulties us poor blokes have to face in our perhaps not-so-privileged life, which I think have been unfairly overlooked in society for too long. So please, before your use this page to wipe up your spilt flat white, read on, and for once in your life take a walk in our crocs.

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RARA REVIEWS: Espresso Martini by Kian West

At this time of year there is not much motivation to party, unless you’re in Europe – and if you are, I don’t want to hear about it, there’s too much FOMO. For most of us it’s dark and dreary by the time we step out of work and any inclination to head back out is gone when Netflix asks, ‘Are you still watching?’ Fuck that, there’s still fun to be had, and my solution has been a post-work espresso martini. Newcastle loves coffee, Newcastle loves a drink – is it even worth asking what our favourite cocktail is? Thankfully, essentially every bar caters to our needs. Here’s where you can find the best.

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At Five Senses Twilight Markets by Kian West

Newcastle loves a good market, we have them for the hipsters, for the makers, gosh we even have a farmers markets, but what if you wanted something that had a little bit of a mix of all of them and also did something for a good cause? We finally have the answer! Five Senses Twilight Markets in Lambton Park and their next event is September 2nd so you can mark it in your diary from 4 - 8 pm.

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