Whether you’re looking to start your day in style or want to eat your hangover away, Newcastle is full to the rim of places you can enjoy a delicious breakfast. Which is why I have teamed up with fellow Geordies Last Night Of Freedom to round up six places that will transform you from a disgracefully delicate mess into a positively radiant, stand-up member of society, ready to face the real world once more.
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Butterfly Cabinet
Nestled between Heaton and Jesmond this quirky cafe is a popular hot spot for students and tourists alike. This cafes reputation means that there is generally a queue outside the door, particularly on a Saturday or Sunday morning. The menu itself is pretty intense and dining here may be a bit tricky for indecisive eaters. Most locals will almost always recommend the restaurants famous Buttermilk Pancakes. Although celebrated for their sweet treats, you can also enjoy creating your own full English with their make your own section on the menu.

Ernest
Located in the trendy area of Ouseburn this little gem is tucked behind The Biscuit Factory. Only a stone throws away from the busy centre, Ernest boasts a welcoming vibe. The atmosphere is bright, lively and energetic not only will it feed your soul but also your hangover. Full to the rim with carbs you can soak up all the alcohol from the night before. There is even a chalkboard advertising the ultimate Ernest Hangover Cure: chorizo and cheesy beans on toast with either a Bloody Mary or Cider!
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Garden Kitchen
Hidden in bustling Eldon Garden, this quirky little cafe offers a wide range of wholesome healthy food with an emphasis on local produce. The menu can vary depending on what’s available, however, its surrounding trees and background music transport you to a Parisian cafe. Making it the perfect relaxing spot to ease your hangover pain.

The Baltic
Popular with tourists The Baltic is the ideal setting to soak up some of the city’s finer culture while enjoying a more delicate breakfast. The menu is simple and stylish; big breakfast sandwiches, baked beans on toasted sourdough and toasted Northumbrian teacakes with jam and butter. If you’ve come to the fabulous Toon on your stag or hen weekend, a wholesome breakfast and a walk along the river will sort your hangover right out!

The Herb Garden
If microwaving last night’s pizza isn’t really your thing, head to the The Herb Garden. Here you can get lost in pizza heaven and enjoy their pizzas made with special breakfast toppings. The menu comprises of sweet and savoury breakfast pizzas, including the 'Breakfast in Bed' which is laden with chocolate, hazelnut and banana, then drizzled with honey and finished with vanilla ice cream.

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