Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Champagne to Chips - Dome to Cater for All

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Champagne to Chips - Dome to Cater for All

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Byline: Sonia Sharma Reporter sonia.sharma@trinitymirror.com

THE restaurants and cafes that will open inside the restored Spanish City Dome have been revealed.

The Whitley Bay landmark is being refurbished and work is expected to finish by late spring.

Kymel Trading Ltd will then take over the venue and run it as a leisure hub from this summer. The hospitality group has now announced which restaurants, bars and shops will be housed inside the Grade II-listed building. They are: | Trenchers - Originally based in Whitby and operating since 1980, Trenchers will open its second venue within the dome. The restaurant will specialise in fish and chips and seafood dishes including oysters, crab, prawns and grilled fish. There will be a dedicated children's menu, gluten-free, meat and vegetarian options and opportunities to hold parties and private functions. | Valerie's Tearoom - People will have access to the tearoom from both the seafront and rear entrance. It will serve cafe-style dishes including omelettes, pastries, fresh coffee and various teas served in a traditional style. The venue will be open from breakfast time and to-go options will be also be available. | Spanish City Waffle and Pancake House - It will combine traditional ice-creams with American-inspired waffles, pancakes and crepes. | The Champagne Bar - This will be on the first floor and will have floor-to-ceiling windows with incredible sea views. Created as a place to enjoy pre- or post-dinner drinks or meet friends in, the bar will serve a range of spirits, champagnes, cocktails, wines and beers with a tapas menu also on offer. | 1910 Steak and Seafood - The fine-dining restaurant has been named with a reference to Spanish City's original opening year of 1910. It will take a key spot on the seaward facing side of the building and will have floor-to-ceiling windows with views. …

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