Dat Bar Newcastle

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Dat Bar, attached to the Theatre Royal, used to be known as Pasqualinos, but the De Giorgi family have transformed it entirely. I popped in for a drink about a month ago with a friend who’d wanted to go for ages. We instantly loved it, so went back for lunch yesterday.

Dat Bar has a huge variety of craft beers to choose from. If like me, you’re not really into beer, you can keep yourself refreshed with coffee, wine and/or cocktails. Phew! Yesterday we headed straight for the lovely dining area, I had my eye on one of the cosy leather booths but wasn’t hopeful when I saw how many people were dining. We waited a few minutes and the very smiley waitress showed us to a booth (yessss!).

It was super busy so I didn’t take many photos, but the place is really cool with comic book style wallpaper, an open front kitchen (is that what you call it?!) and the kind of lighting I am a bit obsessed with photographing.

It did take a while for our food to arrive but it’s to be expected on a Saturday afternoon, especially as the place was packed, so I wasn’t bothered (but I was hungry). Our waitress did apologise for the delay which is always appreciated.

After looking at the menu and pretending we might both order a pizza, obviously we ordered burgers with fat, hand cut chips (yum). Both burgers were a bit over-cooked but this made very little difference to me because of how delicious it was! You know what else was delicious, the tomato sauce – I wish I’d bought a bottle to take away (£3 I think). Fresh and tomatoey with a bit of a kick to it. I’ll definitely be buying some the next time I’m in.

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After we’d finished eaten we had to just sit there for a while, we were so full and in the midsts of a food-coma. Luckily, the waitress who brought over our bill chatted to us for a bit which forced me out of my zombie state! We paid 12 quid each, including drinks, which I think is really reasonable.

Here are a few photos I took. I tried my hardest not to get unsuspecting diners in the shots.

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I love that Dat Bar is open in the centre of town, I can tell it’s going to be added to my list of favourites thanks to the relaxed atmosphere. My favourite part – it’s not trying to be cool, it just IS cool.

Have you been yet?

Ooh and (just had a chat on Twitter about this, totally forgot even though I saw this on the menu) they are currently offering an amazing deal,  two burgers and chips for £12 on a Monday! Great price for deliciousness.

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. Your photos are always amazing!! Looks like a fab little place & sounds super yummy!
    Claire.x
    http://www.xclaireabella.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thanks so much Claire! Definitely somewhere to visit when you’re in Newcastle. Hope you’re well 🙂 x x

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  2. We love dat bar – I’ve been twice. My bro and hubby absolutely rave about the smoked beer.

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  3. I LOVE LOVE LOVE your photos … so jealous of how beautiful your blog is – SWOOOOOON!

    Your fascination with lights always makes me chuckle, I found myself taking photos of lights in Gusto on Friday for you 😉

    Impressed with how many photos you took considering how busy it was, good work!

    Dat Bar has been on my list for a while .. I think I’ll bump it up to nearer the top now I’ve read this!

    Chloe x
    newgirlintoon.co.uk

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  4. queenbeady says:

    I love finding little spots that have that extra charm & this looks to have it in bucket loads! 🍔 Burgers are a total love of mine! Looks like you are on to a winner here.
    Rebecca xxx
    http://www.queenbeady.com

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    1. You’re spot on Rebecca, so much character in this little place (and the burger was inmense)! Thanks for your lovely comment x x x

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  5. I need to try this place!

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    1. Yes! You should definitely pop in Rachel, let me know what you think when you do!

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