Eating Out

Pasta meal
Reasonably priced food and drink and a large dancefloor in the middle of the ground floor ensures that The Cooper Rose is one of the busiest late bars/clubs in Sunderland.  A quieter bar area is located upstairs for those who want to catch up with friends or for those who want to watch those...
Positioned in Sunderland's Cultural quarter, The Engine Room at The Fire Station was recently converted from the city's former Firestation.  The bar and bistro serve a delicious selection of food and drinks in a quirky setting displaying much of the original paraphernalia from the original working...
The Funky Indian is Sunderland city centre's 1st Indian tapas restaurant, offering a unique selection of authentic and mouth watering tapas style dishes. For a different Indian dining experience this is definitely the place to visit.  Booking in advance is advised as this is quickly becoming a...
The Good Apple is an independent coffee shop and vegetarian café.  Vegan and vegetarian breakfasts, sandwiches, wraps and salads are on the menu, including a range of coffees and teas. This cosy, friendly cafe also has free WiFi, take a look at the menu board above the counter for the password. ...
Situated in a recently renovated historic seafront building just off Whitburn Road in Seaburn, the Hideout Coffee house can be found on the promenade just below the White Light House at Cliffe Park. A gem of a coffee house serving a great selection of luxury cakes, delicious breakfast and lunch...
Step into the bistro & stumble down the rabbit hole to view the Clubs & Diamonds function suite & the private members lounge, The Warren. At The Looking Glass they pride themselves on presentation & personality, from their food, to their staff & beautiful surroundings. There’s...
The Manor Bar brings an element of sophistication to Sunderlands Sunniside quarter.  Serving a great selection of wines, cocktails and beers the former Manor house provides elegant surroundings and a warm atmosphere. 
Break free of the city to this tropical oasis of good times with cafes, late night bars, restaurants, dessert parlours, tropical gardens & street food shacks, perfect for wild nights, family fun, parties, private functions, weddings, corporate events and of course, Christmas. From the people...

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Perhaps Sunderland's most prominent landmark is Penshaw Monument. It was built in 1844 in honour of the first Earl of Durham, John George Lambton. Penshaw was modelled on Theseion, the Temple of Thesus in Athens.

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