We hope that everyone reading this is ready to take a deep dive into the best places to eat breakfast in Newcastle upon Tyne. Our only real goal is to help you find the right meal to kick start your day.
The best all-around brunch and breakfast restaurants in Newcastle upon Tyne will be where we begin. We know that many of you will be trying to find delicious eggs, omelets, waffles, pancakes, cinnamon rolls, sandwiches, wraps, bacon, sausage, or more and the spots on that list will have what you are after.
Up next we will get into healthy vegan and vegetarian breakfast options in your area. Our next few subjects are pretty similar with local bakeries, donut, and bagel shops.
Drinks will be our next focus as cafes to get your coffee as well as some more healthy options like smoothies and juice bars get a mention. All day breakfast restaurants near you will wrap this up because we know that the morning hours are not the only time to indulge, and we will try to mention any brunch buffets throughout the post when applicable.
Towards the conclusion you will find a map with every place we mention pinned on it, and anyone that wants to check out our other posts on cities around UK right there.
Best Newcastle upon Tyne Breakfast & Brunch Restaurants
You will have a good chance of finding the best bacon, eggs, waffles, pancakes, omelets, and more if you eat at the best Newcastle breakfast and brunch restaurants:
- Aidan’s Kitchen at 11 Starbeck Ave
- Olive & Bean at 17-19 Clayton St
- Cote at 120-122 Grainger St
- Café 21 at 39 Northumberland St
- Cafe Bar One at 229 Jesmond Rd
- Toby Carvery at Ponteland Rd
Aidan’s Kitchen offers breakfast, brunch, fresh roasted coffee, and a variety of teas while being open most days from 9am to 4pm but they close at 3pm on Sunday. Olive and Bean is a welcoming cafe that serves delectable breakfasts, lunches, afternoon teas, beers, and wine.
In a classically designed restaurant Cote provides authentic French dishes, and traditional classics all day plus a vegetarian and vegan menu while being open daily from 9am to 10pm. Café 21 serves a great local breakfast, light meal, and coffee.
Cafe Bar One offers an extensive breakfast and lunch menu along with a variety of hot and cold drinks. Toby Carvery delivers a variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes, an all-you-can-eat breakfast in your area, a children’s menu, and a refreshing selection of beers, ciders, wines, spirits, and hot drinks.
Vegan & Vegetarian Breakfasts
Super Natural Café at 27 Grainger St With an eclectic décor Super Natural Cafe offers an array of vegetarian fare along with beer, wine, and spirits.
Donut Shops In Newcastle upon Tyne
Or just eat something delicious at one of these donut shops near you:
- Proven Goods Co at Walker Rd #1
- Big Fat Donut Co at Ford St
- Glazed at #132 Grainger Market
Greggs is another place we have talked about in this post that makes some of the best donuts near you.
Local Bagel Shops
Expect to find a wide variety of bagels and probably even some breakfast sandwiches at:
- Kingbabybagels at #5-6 Grainger Market
- Dot Bagels at 19 Acorn Rd
Pink Lane Bakery is also known to make some really good bagels.
There are lots of bakeries around town that have good early morning options:
- Greggs at 44B 44C Blackett St
- Pink Lane Bakery at 40 Pink Ln
- Northern Rye at 4 Riverside Walk
- Batch at 14 Clayton Rd
Greggs is a bakery chain that serves bread, savory snacks, sandwiches, and sweet treats. Pink Lane Bakery specializes in sourdough bread, cinnamon buns, pretzels, bagels, pizzas, cakes, savories, pancetta sausage rolls, beef-Jalapeno pies, and vegan products.
Northern Rye is an artisan bakery that serves sourdough bread, pastries, coffee, and sandwiches. For a bakery and cafe that offers hearty homemade food, handcrafted croissants, sourdough bread, cakes, tarts, and other delectable treats head to Batch.
Cafes In Your Area
Kick your day off with a caffeine blast at one of these cafes:
- Quay Ingredient at 4 Queen St
- Blakes at 53 Grey St
- Laneway & Co at 17-19 High Bridge
Quay Ingredient serves coffee, leaf teas, and homemade food while being open from 9am to 3pm most days but they are closed on Wednesday. Blakes offers caffeinated beverages, wine, beer, and traditional English fare.
Laneway and Co is an independent coffee shop that serves high-quality coffee and affordable lunch specials.
Smoothies & Juice Bars
Wraps, sandwiches, bowls, and other healthy food for your morning should also be available at these smoothie and juice bars:
- Earthlings at 94 Buckingham St
- Boost Juice Bar at 3 Percy St
- Schmööze at 26 Station Rd
There are so many varieties of healthy juices and smoothies in your area that we would fill up this page if we tried to list them all. It is probably best if you follow those links to see if they have the healthy drinks, bowls, salads, and snacks you are after. Cafe Bar One is another restaurant that has good smoothies in Newcastle upon Tyne.
All Day Breakfast Restaurants
When you want your bacon and eggs on your own schedule visit an Newcastle upon Tyne all day breakfast restaurant:
- Butterfly Cabinet at 200 Heaton Rd
- Cafe One2One at 115 Grainger St
- The Factory Kitchen at 16 Stoddart St
- The Dispensary at Heber St
Butterfly Cabinet serves burgers and all-day breakfast near you with live Blues music on a weekly basis while being open from 9am to 5pm and on Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Cafe One2One offers local all-day breakfasts, lunches, home-style dinners, cakes, and other treats.
The Factory Kitchen is an independent café that serves food for brunch, lunch, and coffee breaks throughout the day. The Dispensary is a themed restaurant that includes delectable breakfast and all-day brunch items that are ideal for a light bite or a full meal from 8am to 5pm.
Just in case you were interested we have also written about the:
- Best Breakfasts in Manchester
- Best Breakfasts in Liverpool
- Best Breakfasts in Glasgow
- Best Breakfasts in London
Enjoy Your Breakfast In Newcastle upon Tyne
For now that is all we have to mention but check back often because we plan to update this page throughout the year. Now that you know about all of those local breakfast spots to get your eggs, omelets, bacon, pancakes, or waffles as well as buffets, healthy vegetarian and vegan options, donut and bagel shops near you, cafes, smoothie and juice bars, and all day restaurants you can tackle the morning.
Don’t be afraid to mention if we got anything incorrect in the comments, and feel free to share any early morning meal tips for your area that you may have too. Now go have fun enjoying your breakfast in Newcastle upon Tyne.