A blank canvas is what Marc Allardice, Ryan Baird and Marc Cappellacci had to work with, a big old warehouse space with a whole lot of not much going
Enter Parry Street Garage's dark steel framed doorway today and you'll discover a vast grown up playground, perfect for those who love to eat, drink,
converse and linger as long as they want.
To bring their vision to life a Newcastle team was brought in, headed by architect Jason Elsley of Derive Architecture & Design and Luke Kellett from
creative agency Headjam, with this local insight delivering a remarkable result.
A combination of smart industrial styling and sleek interior finishes provide the venue with a sophisticated yet relaxed and approachable feel. So
approachable you may just never want to leave.
Depending on your occasion guests are encouraged to either luncheon, or dine, and stay on for drinks, seamlessly moving from one space to another. In addition
to the usual low and high table options the massive around-the-bar seating is an impressive inclusion. Marc A. said
"I've always been a massive fan of sitting at the bar for a drink and a meal, especially when travelling, it's the best way to meet people and be social".
When it comes to the beverages the wine list has been kept approachable, 6 red and 6 white, so to the beer line up with Marc C. deciding not to go
down the craft beer road. Whilst there are a couple on the menu a selection of sessionable, more classic brands will be on rotation.
Italian was the preferred cuisine of choice with Ryan the inspiration behind this classic looking menu. Having stood the test of time, Italian is not just
a well loved and tasty option but an affordable one with the guys wanting Parry Street Garage to not only be a place for people to come and feel relaxed
in, but be an affordable one.
Parry St Garage is more of a destination and one that's bound to keep you wanting to come back.