About How Do You Do
The good people of the North East know how to enjoy themselves, and it isn’t for no reason that tourists come from all over the United Kingdom – indeed from all over Europe – to party in the area. While Newcastle city centre might draw the majority of revellers into the Bigg Market and beyond, out in Tynemouth there is a place that is the equal of any of the major nightspots in the form of How Do You Do on Hudson Street. They offer a classy and sophisticated evening out, with a huge cocktail menu, regular live events and a tapas menu that is perfect for sharing a social setting. We’d recommend going for the full out out experience, getting dolled up and hitting the tiles, or for the more refined, turning up for a proper Afternoon Tea serving. Either way, you’re sure of a special experience when you book a table online and make the journey to How Do You Do on Hudson Street in Tynemouth.
- Monday 12:00 - 23:00
- Tuesday 12:00 - 23:00
- Wednesday 12:00 - 23:00
- Thursday 12:00 - 23:00
- Friday 12:00 - 00:00
- Saturday 12:00 - 00:00
- Sunday 12:00 - 23:00
Amazing! Lovely food and great service we will definitely be back in the future! Great selection of real ales and the cherry mojito was delicious, good vegetarian Sunday lunch option.
Food and service were both excellent. The venue provides wonderful views over the mouth of the Tyne and easy parking away from the crowds who descend on Tynemouth village at weekends.
Excellent food and service. Thanks for your help when our car wouldn't start. My second visit and I will be back again very soon. Joy maxwell
Staff were friendly and attentive, food was very good quality and value and the venue had a fabulous view over the quayside. Background music was not entirely appropriate to the venue or food though. Will definitely be booking again!
Spent a lovely afternoon at How Do You Do enjoying their mad hatters afternoon tea for my partners birthday, incredible setting looking over the mouth of the Tyne and the staff were AMAZING! We have already booked to go again next week for another family birthday and cannot wait!! Thank you so much :)
Excellant. I would highly recommend. The staff are brilliant as was the mad hatter afternoon tea. Next time we go, we are definately going to try the cocktails because they sounded good as well.
I was very disappointed with my visit to How Do You Do, the afternoon tea was the worst I've ever had. There was no choice of sandwiches - it was a case of this is what you have and there's no room for manoeuvre, the scones were cold (normally they are a least warmed up), the cakes were all shop bought and weren't very nice, there is no way that it was worth £21 for 2. The customer service was really poor, my friends and I did not enjoy the experience at all and we will not be returning here again.
The afternoon tea was one of the nicest I have had, lovely views of the Tyne and friendly staff. A lovely way to spend an afternoon
Service was appalling, no menus apart from cocktails which were never offered to purchase, we had to go to the bar to ask for extras that never came, and just take away bags ?! for cakes not boxes?! balloons popping and rowdy children in the next room made it a party atmosphere with loud music but no people ?!>>>> not as I expected and for the price paid ! won't be back
Lovely place and good food we got a window seat as asked only thing wrong my partner and son got ample sandwiches I only got 2 small ones
Had a lovely afternoon on what was a cold rainy day , views lovely and the staff very helpful would return again and recommend to others
I'd been raving to my family about how fab this place was so decided to take them for afternoon tea . Portion sizes seem to be massively reduced from the last time I was there . Very disappointing today
Staff were lovely but did not appreciate being severed dirty and chipped cups and off milk not what I expected after paying nearly £50 unless things improve I won't be back .
It was excellent for the young ones, but we had booked as 2 adults and were put in a room full of fancy dressed kids. Not conducive to a relaxing afternoon tea, so we left straight away. In future, it should be made clear that things are children based to avoid this disappointment. Since when have children had "afternoon tea"?