Hexham has lovely cafes dotted throughout the town centre plus historic British pubs. There's a good range of gastro pubs and restaurants offering British or international menus and, of course, traditional fish and chips.
The NEW Queen's Hall Cafe is now open for home made cakes and scones, as well as soup & sandwiches and fabulous coffee!
Homemade cooking, Sit in or Take out FREE WI-FI. Dog friendly.
Hexham Pub @ The Forum.
Food and clothing store.
Award-winning, French country style cuisine from Greg Bureau and his team. Bouchon has a lovely terrace with views over the park for warmer days.
We offer a variety of options, from a morning coffee to quick snacks. For lunch, we offer toasties, sandwhiches soups and fresh quiches. Beautifully baked cakes and goodies for those treat days!...
Fast food takeaway
Ice cream and sweet treats parlour.
The Boatside Inn sits at the meeting of the North and South Tyne. It's in the pretty hamlet of Warden, just three miles west of Hexham.
Greek taverna serving traditional dishes such as moussaka and kleftiko.
Set in the original ladies waiting room at Hexham Train Station is a homely bar; serving a variety of drinks (hot and cold), sandwiches and treats, available to sit in or take away.
A friendly, vegetarian café serving homemade cakes, lunches, scones etc alongside coffee and tea. The Hextol Tans is part of The Hextol Foundation, providing working opportunities for people with...
Great quality food, drink, entertainment and accommodation.
Welcoming Italian cafe with a beautiful courtyard and warm atmosphere.
Restaurant and Inn
Coffee house chain
Traditional, friendly pub with a heritage interior. Live sport on TV, and regular live music sessions. Small beer garden.
Small World is a spacious, independent cafe right in the centre of Hexham. It has a very popular outdoor seating area on the marketplace that is open in warm weather. Small World serves fresh,...
A family-owned bar serving great drinks. Offers on cocktails. Live Music Fridays 9pm. Quiz night Thursdays 8pm. Open Mic and Stand Up Comedy. Free Party Hire
A modern Steak & Lobster Bar & Grill cooking on charcoal flames, located in the centre of Hexham, Northumberland.
Modern boutique Indian restaurant.
Little Mexico is a Gastro shop that gives you the true Mexican experience through authentic food and a wide range of products imported directly from Mexico. Eat-in or takeaway.
Scott's is the café for Hexham's independent cinema, The Forum, and offers a good range of teas and coffees, homemade traybakes, and snacks. All food and drink from Scott's (including wine and...
The Heart of Northumberland (commonly known as The Heart) is an independent gastropub with a lovely interior. It also has a small but very pleasant beer garden hidden away at the back of the pub....
Pub and live music venue. We do burgers, beer and cider, live music, a sprinkling of gin, and even some whisk(e)y. CAMRA Pub of the Year 2018, CAMRA Cider Pub of the Year 2015-18.
Restaurant Hjem is located in the little village of Wall, just a three-mile drive from Hexham. Hjem brings the flavours and style of Scandinavia to the Tyne Valley with an ambitious tasting menu...
Specialty coffee & homemade toasties, traybakes and cakes.
Fast food/takeaway/fish and chips
Pub and restaurant with beer garden.
Tapas dishes freshly prepared on a rolling basis, allowing you to enjoy drinks with friends and family in a casual but glam-bistro environment. A concise tapas menu accompanied by a large...
Bakery offering breads, savoury snacks, sandwiches and sweet treats.
Fish and chips takeaway.
Sweets and ice cream shop.
The Beaumont is an independent Victorian townhouse hotel in the centre of Hexham. Dine on local seasonal produce in our restaurant or enjoy a drink at the bar.
Counter-service coffee chain.
Dance club & nightclub.
The Natural Grocer is a shop with a café downstairs and a licenced lounge upstairs.
The Natural Grocer stocks produce from around 60 local...
Open Monday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm
Rising Cafe, Beaumont Street, Hexham NE46 3LS
Mediterranean and British cuisine.
The Refectory Café may be hidden away through an archway behind Hexham Abbey, but it's worth seeking out. It's a light and airy place and it also has a lovely courtyard garden area for the warmer...