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Pubs, Bars & Cocktails

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Afternoon Tea

Food Festivals & Markets

Beer Gardens

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Restaurants

The Tees Valley has an impressive selection of fine dining and Michelin recommended restaurants set in beautiful surroundings as well as many stylish restaurants offering dishes inspired by cultures from around the world.

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Cafés

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Food & Drink

Food

There is a lot more to the Tees Valley’s foodie landscape than parmos. The region is proud of its local cuisine and showcases it with a growing independent food scene and a colourful calendar of food and drink events, pop-ups and markets throughout the year.

Experience fine dining at the North East’s only two Michelin-starred restaurant – The Raby Hunt in Summerhouse. Feast on the finest local produce served in grand style at the 4AA Rosette Orangery restaurant at Rockliffe Hall or dine at the two AA Rosette Wellington Restaurant at Wynyard Hall.

Perfectly situated between land and sea means you are never far away from fresh fish and chips or a hearty pub lunch made with locally sourced ingredients and served in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

From street food to five-star gastronomy, there’s plenty to keep your taste buds satisfied in the Tees Valley.

Drink

Make sure your glass is always full and enjoy the sumptuous bars, rustic pubs and lively nightclubs that make the Tees Valley an excellent destination for a great night out. 

Discover the perfect micropub and make your way through the wide range of craft ales from local and national brewers. Escape the hustle and bustle at a cosy, country pub and enjoy incredible views of the Tees Valley’s most beautiful spots. Marvel at the talents of one of the region’s highly trained mixologists as they bring their craft to the forefront of the Tees Valley nightlife scene with traditional cocktails sitting alongside unique creations – many inspired by the area.

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