Whitley Bay foodie hotspot undergoes transformation and re-brand

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The Beach House on Whitley Bay’s promenade, are offering a brand-new menu alongside the re-brand.

A foodie hotspot in Whitley Bay have announced that they have rebranded, offering an enhanced menu and a newly refurbished space.

Formerly Cafe 19, located on Whitley Bay’s promenade, the casual dining restaurant has rebranded as The Beach House. 

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The Beach House decided upon their new name to reflect the building’s location, which overlooks Whitley Bay beach, providing diners with exceptional seaside views.

The brand-new menu is said to be ‘coastal inspired’ to also reflect the new name and the venue’s location.

The second floor of the restaurant has undergone an extensive refurbishment, which has additional seating for an extra 30 diners. The interior design has soft beach colours, with wicker, wooden tables and plants.

The Beach House have also added a pavement cafe to the existing outside terrace, which will be used to host live events.

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Alongside The Beach House’s transformation, a brand-new chef has joined the team. David Blaney has devised a new seasonal menu, which also features old favourites as well as lots of tasty additions.  New menu options include generous sharing platters and smaller grazing plates, all of which use locally sourced ingredients.

Alongside their extensive food menu, a range of wines, cocktails, draft beers and hot drinks will also be available.

Owner, Paul Stonebanks OBE, who also owns the Cullercoats Coffee chain of cafes in Cullercoats, Whitley Bay and Tynemouth, said: “Sitting just a few yards from Whitley Bay’s beautiful beach, the Beach House couldn’t be closer to our fantastic North East coastline and we wanted our new name to reflect that.

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“The Beach House will offer ‘feel-good’ food and beverages, which are super tasty using locally sourced ingredients. But it’ll feel like home from home with a really relaxed vibe. And of course, there’ll be lots of great artisan-brewed coffee through the Cullercoats Coffee brand.”

The Beach House’s will be open from Thursday to Saturday from 8.30am until 9pm, and from 8.30am until 7pm on Sundays.

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