Newcastle United footballer Dan Burn enjoys a delicious breakfast at city centre restaurant

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The defender enjoyed a ‘Muckle Brekkie’, at the restaurant which has a sign dedicated to his teammate, Bruno Guimarães.

Newcastle United defender Dan Burn decided to head to Newcastle restaurant Horticulture this week to enjoy breakfast.

The 30-year-old from Blyth chose Horticulture’s ‘Muckle Brekkie’, as his breakfast of choice when he dined at the Market Lane venue.

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Horticulture posted an image of their team members posing with the Newcastle United player, to their Facebook page, alongside a caption that read: “HE’S FROM BLYTH - And came all the way to Horti for his brunch, and also a fanboy/girl picture with our overly excited squad when the mighty and insanely tall Dan Burn walks in for his well earned Muckle Brekkie!… He loved his bait but wasn’t impressed we had “We’ve got Bruno in the middle on the lightbox!” Haha he was just jestin’ but its now changed to “He’s from blyth” dint worry Burnsy lad”

In the post, Horticulture referenced the display they have that pays tribute to Dan Burn’s team mate, Newcastle United midfielder, Bruno Guimarães. They have a light up box affixed to the wall, which reads: “We’ve got Bruno in the middle”, which Dan was actually standing next to in the photograph.

Horticulture serves various food options and exciting cocktails. It is open from 10am until 12am from Monday to Thursday, and 10am until 2am from Friday to Sunday.

Dan Burn at Horticulture.Dan Burn at Horticulture.
Dan Burn at Horticulture. | Facebook / Horticulture

Dan Burn played the full 90 minutes in the Newcastle United game against Brentford on Saturday, April 8 at the Brentford Community Stadium, which saw the Magpies defeat Brentford 2-1.

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