Middlesbrough has a booming hospitality sector that creates a powerful draw for all ages right throughout the week. The major streets throughout the town centre already have an abundance of restaurants, bars, and clubs, with further exciting new choices on the horizon.
As with the retail sector, there’s a thriving independent hospitality offer in Middlesbrough encompassing bars, micro-pubs, cafes, and restaurants. Well-known brands including Bistrot Pierre, Lane 7, and Turtle Bay have also begun to recognise the opportunities present in Middlesbrough, further adding to the vibrancy of the food and beverage scene.
Middlesbrough’s town centre regeneration programme provides exciting opportunities for hospitality businesses to invest in this fast-developing marketplace.
“I took a risk seven years ago and opened my little teahouse. It has gone from strength to strength giving me the opportunity to employ an amazing team of staff who are also as passionate about this area as myself.
I have lived, studied and built up my own business in this town for the past 12 years and so proud to call it home. It has so many opportunities and amazing events that we can visit right on our doorstep and it feels a pleasure to be a part of it and its ever growing independent culture.
The town has grown so much in the past few years, the last five especially. People are taking more risks, which is so refreshing to see and setting up businesses that are close to their hearts. I am so excited to see what this town has to offer.”
– Carli McNaught
Owner of The Tea House and co-owner of Hit the Bar