North East UK news The Newcastle pubs and restaurants with pavement cafes to visit from Monday PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - An extra 45 pavement cafe licences have been fast-tracked, potentially allowing more venues to reopen for outdoor service when lockdown eases on April 12

North East UK news The Newcastle pubs and restaurants with pavement cafes to visit from Monday PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - An extra 45 pavement cafe licences have been fast-tracked, potentially allowing more venues to reopen for outdoor service when lockdown eases on April 12

North East UK news  The Newcastle pubs and restaurants with pavement cafes to visit from Monday PremierLeague-News.Com
07 April 2021 - 16:45

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! More than 100 Newcastle pubs, restaurants, bars, and cafes will be able to use pavement areas when lockdown restrictions are eased next week. Ahead of hospitality venues being allowed to resume outdoor service on Monday, April 12, for the first time in months, city council bosses have confirmed that they have fast-tracked 45 applications for new pavement cafe spots to help more businesses welcome customers back safely. In total, Newcastle now has 103 businesses that can offer al fresco food and drink via pavement licences. Newly-approved locations since the Government announced new powers to make it easier for venues to expand outside last summer include the Mark Toney ice cream parlours and seven venues on Grey Street, which has seen a 140% rise in pavement cafes. Ed Foster, Newcastle City Council’s head of public safety and regulation, said: “We have cut red tape as best we can, making applying for licence variations easier and cheaper, be that to offer things like a takeaway service, create outside pavement-café style seating areas, or change the layout of premises. “And we’ve encouraged publicans, restaurateurs, and café owners to let us know what their reopening plans are, so we can support them. “We know that, from the last year, parts of the economy can restart successfully and that people are capable of being sensible, social distancing and showing respect for others around them and we can only encourage the public to follow the measures that businesses put in place.

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. “More than anything, our businesses are looking forward to opening their doors once again and welcoming customers back. “It’s been a long year and we are delighted to see the city begin to reopen, business begin trading and people to start enjoying themselves once again.” The vast majority of Newcastle’s pavement licences are in the city centre and the Quayside, with only a handful more in areas like Jesmond and Heaton. People enjoying the Easter sunshine on Newcastle's Quayside (Image: Newcastle Chronicle) The list does include at least one business that it is known will not be reopening after lockdown, Eden in The Gate, and doesn’t feature venues that have beer gardens or outside spaces on their own premises – rather than on the public highway. Each of the 45 newly-approved pavement areas is required to be smoke-free and must not use gas-powered heaters. Here is the full list of Newcastle bars, pubs, restaurants, and cafes with pavement licences: City Centre and Quayside Akenside Traders, Akenside Hill Alchemist, Nelson Street All Bar One, Grey Street Alphabetti Theatre, Blandford Square - NEW Alvinos, Pilgrim Street - NEW Aveika, Sandhill, Quayside - NEW Aveika (Image: Newcastle Chronicle) Babucho, Side Banyan, Blackett Street Barluga, Grey Street Beeronomy, Hood Street Black Garter, Clayton Street Blackfriars Restaurant, Monk Street Caffe 1901 Deli, New Bridge Street Central Oven And Shaker, Neville Street Coffee Beans Cafe, Eldon Square - NEW Coffee Trader, Northumberland Place Colonel Porter's, Dean Street - NEW Continental, Collingwood Street Costa Coffee, Market Street - NEW Costa Coffee, Northumberland Street Cote, Grainger Street County Hotel, Grainger Street Crows Nest, Percy Street Dacantus, Grey Street - NEW Datbar, Market Street - NEW Dobson And Parnell, Queen Street - NEW Downtown Cafe, Princess Square Duke Of Northumberland Public House, Clayton Street Earl Of Pitt Street, Pitt Street The Earl of Pitt Street, in Newcastle Eden, The Gate, Newgate Street - NEW Filthys And Passing Clouds, Bigg Market Fitzgeralds, Grey Street Five Swans, St Mary’s Place Flat Caps Coffee, Carliol Square - NEW Green House Disco Gardens, Groat Market - NEW Gunner Tavern, Neville Street Hard Rock Cafe, Sandhill, Quayside Harveys Café and Deli, Quayside Head Of Steam, Broad Chare Hibou Blanc, Bigg Market - NEW Journey, Higham Place Junction, Haymarket - NEW Kafeneon, Bigg Market Lady Greys, Shakespeare Street - NEW Las Iguanas, Grey Street - NEW Leila Lily’s, Grey Street - NEW Little Dumpling House, Ridley Place- NEW Lola Jeans, Market Street - NEW Mark Toney, Percy Street - NEW Mark Toney, Grainger Street - NEW Market Lane, Pilgrim Street Mayfair, The Gate, Newgate Street - NEW Meat Stack, Groat Market - NEW Mile Castle, Grainger Street Muddler, Grey Street - NEW Naked Deli, Grey Street Nando's, Westgate Road Nando's, Eldon Square Nitehawks, Grey Street - NEW Nudo Sushi Box, Grainger Street Olive And Bean, Clayton Street Olive and Bean, Clayton Street Piccolino, Stockbridge Pitcher And Piano, Quayside Pizza Punks, Grey Street - NEW Prima Ristorante Pizzeria, Side - NEW Queens Cafe, Queen Street Red House & Bob Trollops, Sandhill, Quayside Sabatini, King Street - NEW Simply Greek, Bigg Market Slug And Lettuce, Quayside Social Cafe, Ridley Place - NEW Soho Rooms, Mosley Street - NEW Starbucks Coffee, Neville Street - NEW T J Hughes, Grainger Street - NEW The Hooch, Quayside Tilley's, Westgate Road Town House Cafe, Grainger Street - NEW Turtle Bay, Newgate Street - NEW Tyneside Cinema, Pilgrim Street - NEW Uno's Restaurant, Sandhill, Quayside Vegano, Blandford Square - NEW Victoria Comet, Neville Street Vineyard Wine Bar, Grey Street- NEW Wagamama, Eldon Square Waiting Rooms, Westgate Road - NEW WC Newcastle, Bigg Market Wobbly Duckling, Eldon Square Yard, Scotswood Road - NEW Yo! Sushi, Grainger Street Zapatista, Ridley Place - NEW Zapatista, Grainger Street - NEW Zizzi, Grey Street What do you think of possible plans to introduce vaccine passports for holidays, pubs and events? Please take our short survey below Ouseburn Tanners Arms, Byker Bridge Tyne Bar, Maling Street Jesmond Cafe Bar One, Jesmond Road - NEW Harvest, St George’s Terrace - NEW Shieldfield Ernest, Boyd Street Gosforth Gosforth Hotel, High Street Heaton Monsieur Crepe Cafe, Newton Place - NEW Naked Deli, Chillingham Road Rustico, Heaton Road Byker Seven Stories, Lime Street - NEW The Bake, Byker Bank Read More Related Articles Lifeline for Newcastle's excluded businesses as part of council's £21m Covid relief cash boost Read More Related Articles Plea for more bins in Newcastle parks to stop repeat of 'upsetting' litter scenes this summer

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