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From traditional pub beer gardens to outdoor terraces at Michelin guide restaurants to pavement cafes perfect for watching the world go by, the Tees Valley has a great selection of pubs, bars, cafes, and restaurants that offer the perfect outdoor spaces to enjoy some much-needed sunshine and good times.  

Find below a selection of pubs with beer gardens, restaurants with outdoor spaces and cafes with outside seating in the Tees Valley 

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Marthas Vineyard

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Muse is a Continental cafe situated on the busy high street of Yarm. Serving breakfast, lunch and ...

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Raby Arms, Hart Village

The Raby Arms Pub and Kitchen is based in Hart Village and is renowned for delicious, home cooked ...

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Rosie’s Hartlepool

Rosie’s is a fun waterfront Hartlepool marina bar with a wide selection of drinks including gins, ...

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Sticky Fingers Cafe & Rock Bar

Sticky Fingers is an independent Music venue and late night cafe bar in the heart of Middlesbrough ...

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The Bay Horse

Set in a wonderful 15th century coaching inn, The Bay Horse at Hurworth has both retained its ...

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The Black Bull

A friendly local pub in Yarm The Black Bull has been serving up its own unique brand of ...

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The Blue Bell

Sitting on the banks of the River Tees, the Blue Bell commands an enviable position overlooking the ...

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The Bridge Inn

The Bridge Inn is a family owned restaurant and we aim to provide an amazing experience to all ...

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The Chairman

The Chairman is a new addition to Bedford Street, which offers a range of real ale, craft ale and ...

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The Cleveland Bay

The World’s First Purpose-Built Railway Pub, dating back to 1825 and the birth of the railways. ...

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The Derry

The Derry is the home of high quality food and drink in the heart of Long ...


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