If you are a foodie visiting the North East of England, why not book food and drink experiences in Newcastle? After all, if it’s your first time, there are some traditional Geordie dishes and delicacies that you simply must try! Geordie folk love their food –from Singin Hinnies to Pan Haggerty Potatoes.
Food and drink experiences in Newcastle will visit some of the best places to eat in North-East England. As well as being popular for a number of attractions, such as the Millennium Bridge, Theatre Royal and of course, Newcastle United football club, Newcastle is also a hot spot for self-confessed foodies.
The typical foodie will go that extra step to discover new ideas, embracing a wide variety of food cultures and international cuisines. Many people enjoy fine dining, the occasional takeaway and fancy themselves as a bit of a home cook. However, mealtimes for a foodie is much more than breakfast, lunch and dinner.
The international gin market has exploded in recent years. With new gins appearing on both supermarket shelves and sat behind the bar of your local pub. It was once considered a tipple for the older drinker, with the likes of Gordon’s and Bombay Sapphire dominating sales.
When it comes to vegan alcoholic drinks, there’s actually a far greater choice than people may first realise. What’s more, a lot of popular vegan alcoholic drinks are already among the more common brands. Although that’s not to say you shouldn’t still be careful and always check the label first.