Sage Gateshead afternoon tea
St Mary's Square, Gateshead Quays, Gateshead, Newcastle, NE8 2JR
- usually £32.00
- save 53%
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Afternoon tea for two or four at Sage Gateshead; enjoy sweet treats in the beautiful brasserie of this iconic music venue – save up to 53%
- Afternoon tea for two or four
- Dine within the iconic music venue, Sage Gateshead
- Enjoy stunning river views over the Tyne
- Loved by TripAdvisor and itisoners
- Valid 7 days
With today’s deal, you and up to three sweet-toothed companions can get your sugar fix with a fabulous afternoon tea at beautiful brasserie within Sage Gateshead.
You’ll tuck into a mixture of beautifully-presented delights, starting with freshly cut finger sandwiches filled with the likes of ham and wholegrain mustard mayo, caramelised red onion and hummus, plus a favourite in the form of turkey and stuffing. Then, enjoy classic treats like fluffy orange scones with clotted cream and jam. You’ll round things off with a selection of sweet treats like Victoria sponge, meringue and berries, white chocolate profiteroles and shortbread, as well as your choice of freshly brewed tea or coffee – perfect!
One of the city’s most iconic venues, Sage Gateshead is home to not only delectable afternoon teas, but an array of incredible gigs, concerts and events that make this spot one of the biggest and best music venues in the North East. Nestled between the Tyne and the Gateshead Millennium Bridges, it’s within easy walking distance of the City Centre and boasts stunning river views, making it the ideal spot to unwind during a day of retail therapy or over a catch up with friends.
“A lovely venue with a great selection of food and very efficient staff.”
“We enjoyed a lovely cream tea with a variety of sandwiches, a good selection of cakes and scones plus lots of tea and coffee! A very pleasant young lady served us – I would definitely book again.”
“I took my elderly mother-in-law for the afternoon tea. The staff were very friendly and helpful and we both thoroughly enjoyed it.”