I love going around the market and try all the different things available for the day. If you love food and all it's simplicity this place is definitely a go for.
A short distance from Gray's Monument is the Grainger Town part of Newcastle, and centre stage is the brilliant Grainger Market. Do try the excellent freshly made pizzas at £1.70 for a decent sized slice (expect queues at lunchtime!). There are plenty of other food opportunities such as cafés, bakers, plus fruit and veg and a variety of other shops.
A nice compact area easy to walk around in the heart of the city. Grainger Market - A Victorian covered market, fruit, meat, clothes and many other diverse stalls. There are many diverse stalls and eateries to investigate. The Central arcade is close by it is completely tiled on the interior and hosts a selection of shops including J G... 更多
If you are hungry, you must visit this small French cafe tucked away on a corner in Grainger Market. The French staff are delightful, charming, caring and take great pride in their food. The Crepes are made with great speed and skill in front of you on order. Both savoury and sweet, they are gorgeous, tasty and filling at a... 更多
Grainger Town needs to be visited on foot to fully appreciate the quality and variety of Richard Grainger's work. You also need to look up to see the buildings from above ground floor level to take in the integrity of the design. With many listed buildings in a small area it can easily viewed in a couple of hours. In... 更多
Perfect to go to before going to the famous Theatre Royal. It has many fine cafes, restauraunts and bars and some lovely boutiques, shops and some great hair and beauty places.
Nothing to be blown away unfortunately. Its smelly and is your average sunday market. Worth a brief visit if you are passing by
simply was for older people. this was fine if you wanted to purchase fruit and vegetables or indeed butcher meat. not worth a visit as nothing that one could not buy in any local market.
Grainger Town is the historic heart of Newcastle -walking up from the Central Railway Station it's a walking feast of classical architecture. Built by Richard Grainger from 1824 to 1841 ,Grainger Street ,Grey Street, Clayton Street and Nunn Street are some of the gems - don't forget to look up !! There's 450 buildings in this compact area -244 are... 更多
Grainger town must rank amongst the very finest city centre areas in the UK and is most definitely worth visiting. It is classical Newcastle at its best, embracing several well known streets including Grey Street and Grainger Street. It is the home of well known historic landmarks including the Theatre Royal, Grey's Monument and Grainger Market. The classical streets were... 更多