Our guide to the best places to eat in Middlesbrough
There are few things more enjoyable than a hot meal after work. If you’ve been on the tools all week, then you’ll hit a point where you’d rather be wined and dined at one of the best places to eat in Middlesbrough, or one of the best restaurants in Teesside, than cook for yourself.
So, rather than take a risk at a restaurant in Middlesbrough you’re unfamiliar with, check out our top five picks for the best places to eat in Middlesbrough. We promise you’ll be pleased with our selection!
Rio Brazilian Steakhouse
When it comes to the top restaurants in Teesside, there are few places as nice as the Rio Brazilian Steakhouse. You can kick back in comfy leather chairs while being served some of the most tender steaks in the city.
From rump steak to T-bone, you’ll not be bored by the vast selection of cow offered at this steakhouse.
See their opening hours, their menu and book a table, via the Rio Brazilian Steakhouse website.
Greek Meze Taverna
Go continental with a luscious Greek dish you’re unlikely to experience from any other restaurants near Manchester. This restaurant in Middlesbrough is as much an experience as it is a place to eat. If you pardon the weather, then it’d be easy to believe you’re really in Greece while you tuck into a warm pot of lamb guvec.
Check out the Greek Meze Taverna here, via We Are Middlesbrough.
The Stapylton Arms is one of the best pubs in Middlesbrough. There is an almost endless selection of pub grub to choose from, like mouth-watering burgers and steak baguets you’ll need two hands two eat! Restaurants in Middlesbrough can feel a little formal, so the Stapylton Arms gives you a relaxed setting to chat with friends, have a pint, and enjoy some food.
Find out more about the Stapylton Arms, via Great UK Pubs.
Bloom Show Hall & Eaterie
Bloom is one of the new restaurants in Middlesbrough, and it’s a restaurant with a twist. Its food selection ranges from across the globe. It’s more cost-effective than a plane flight and twice as entertaining. Bloom also hosts live bands and performances, meaning you’ll be entertained while you enjoy a nice bite to eat from one of the new restaurants in Middlesbrough.
There is something for everyone, from jazz bands to singers. It’ll transport you back to the 80s as you fill your ears with music and fill your stomach with some of the best food in Middlesbrough.
We have added a vegan alternative to the list just in case you want a meat-free option. Alkaline Kitchen is one of the few vegan-only places to eat In Middlesbrough. You can have light bites from the salad bar or wash down a freshly made meal with a natural smoothie.
They also have options for breakfast and dinner, so you can grab a fresh bite before work or pop in while you take a break from the site.
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