The Boatyard

The Boatyard


0.5 miles
1 John Street, Cullercoats, NE30 4PL

Situated in the picturesque coastal town of Cullercoats, The Boatyard is an independent laid-back restaurant that’s committed to serving locally sourced and ethically produced dishes and drinks. Alongside the charming mismatched furniture and nautical relics, you can expect to find visitors enjoying coffee roasted by award-winning local company Baristocracy, Bird & Blend Tea Co. loose-leaf teas, and brunch items such as Moroccan eggs, avocado on sourdough with fresh salsa, and the traditional English breakfast.

The Boatyard has also earned itself a reputation with the meat-free members of the community, thanks to serving creative vegan and vegetarian brunches throughout the day. The homemade granola – comprising cacao nibs, hazelnuts, goji berries and chia seeds – is a particular favourite. Despite generous portions, you will most likely be tempted by the cake cabinet, which boasts treats made by chocolatier Gareth James in Tynemouth. Be sure to ask for the salted caramel brownie and you’ll be glad you ditched the diet. The Zen Bakery in Cullercoats exclusively provides The Boatyard's vegan bakes, which are a hit with all, regardless of dietary requirements. A further mention must go to the shakes and smoothies, which range from the immune system-boosting green smoothie to the indulgent banoffee Freakshake. The Boatyard can be summarised as a warm and friendly environment in which you can relax, recharge with a first-class coffee, and tuck into some proper good food. The Boatyard is dog-friendly so your four-legged friends are most welcome to accompany you.

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