Newark is a picturesque market town located to the North-East of Nottingham city centre. Just off the A1, Newark is easily accessible and with many heritage attractions is a popular tourist destination.
For those interested in the heritage of Newark, a visit to the ruins of the Newark Castle, which at its prime acted as a Royalist stronghold during the Civil War and was also the place where King John died, is a must as is taking the Newark Civil War Trail. If shopping is more your thing, the bi-monthly Newark Antiques Fair is one of the largest in Europe whilst the annual Nottinghamshire Country Show offers entertainment as well as promoting the fine local produces available in Nottinghamshire.
With so many things to do and see in Newark it’s no surprise that this wonderful town is also home to a number of fantastic hotels for overnight stays as well as incredible restaurants, cafes and pubs in which to enjoy a delicious bite to eat. On this page you will find a selection of the best restaurants in Newark ranging from cafes to gastropubs and country manors to bistros.
Whether it’s your first time visiting Newark or your fiftieth, you can rest assured that with Go dine – your local restaurant guide, you’ll never be stuck for somewhere to eat again. From this page you can browse all of the restaurants in Newark or organise them by name, cuisine type, price or even diner rating. Click on a restaurants name to be taken to their full profile where you will find menus and photos as well as any available special offers. Once you’ve found a restaurant that gets your mouth watering you can book online for free or call the restaurant direct on the number on their profile.
Newark restaurants frequently boast delectable menus that show off the fine local produce from the surrounding countryside as well as offering the best views out across the River Trent and of the Castle. If you’re just passing through Newark on your travels, why not browse our out of town restaurants to help plan a delicious break.
Did you know? The current remains of the Newark Castle were built in the early 12th century but there has been a castle on the site since 1068.