Our Coffee Shop is a little coffee heaven for Italian coffee lovers!
Here you can come for your daily dose of caffeine, we serve any type of coffee, from the likes of the traditional espresso to Americanos and Cappuccinos, as well as much more! You can also enjoy a delicious selection of sandwiches, salads and cakes, alongside an aperitivo or a glass of wine from our extensive selection! Much like our restaurants, all the food we serve in our coffee shop is freshly selected for your pleasure. Whether you’re enjoying a sandwich or a slice of cake you will love how fresh all the ingredients taste when they are mixed together. Don’t forget, you can always ask any of our servers for advice on any of the dishes we serve in our Italian cafe in Newcastle. And if you have any special dietary requirements we are always more than happy to accommodate your needs.
We are situated in central Newcastle at a stone’s throw from Monument! Our ideal little spot is perfect for anyone. Whether you’re in need of a mid-shopping pick me up, or you’re looking to grab traditional Italian coffee on your way into work then pop along to our cafe bar in Newcastle.
Newcastle is known as the smallest big city in the UK! It is so accessible you can actually walk across it in 15 minutes. Down by the Newcastle Quayside, The Tyne Bridge is an international icon and was the basis for Australia’s Sydney Harbour Bridge – which opened 5 years later. Newcastle City Centre is also home to many art galleries and is packed full of culture. Newcastle’s Grade 1 listed Theatre Royal is the northern home of the RSC that takes up residency here each year and plays to packed audiences. Newcastle is also proudly related to its love of football, St James Park is a magnificent stadium and the matchday spirit of the fans is never one to go a miss! Newcastle is also known as the friendliest city in the UK. The residents love to have a chat with each other – even if they don’t know them! You can always rely on a fellow metro passenger to spark up a conversation while you wait for the Tyne and Wear Metro to arrive. The city is uber friendly, knows how to party and is one of the safest cities in England.
In Italy, it is known to have a cappuccino with breakfast, a Caffe macchiato (or two) as an afternoon pick me up and an espresso after dinner… In Italy, coffee is typically enjoyed al banco, or at the bar, with friends.
Italian Milky Coffee Guide:
Cappuccino: equal parts espresso, steamed milk, and foamed milk
Caffè latte: espresso with more steamed milk and less foam
Latte macchiato: steamed milk “marked” with a splash of espresso
0191 261 1547
93 Grey St, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 6EG
Monday to Saturday 9am- 6pm