This page provides an overview about this blog. Go Eat Do is a travel food blog created by the award-winning travel and food journalist Stuart Forster.
Go Eat Do publishes content that’s inspirational, aspirational and informative. You can find travel tips, information about the best places to visit and things to do. You’ll also find suggestions regarding food and drinks. All with a dash of luxury. It’s aimed at keen travellers and foodies looking for ideas about luxurious yet affordable places to visit and delicious flavours to taste.
If you’re passionate about travel, love staying in chic accommodation and dining in quality restaurants please follow Go Eat Do for suggestions. My aim is to provide ideas so you can enjoy a touch of luxury without paying over the odds.
An award-winning travel writer
Stuart was named Travel Writer of the Decade at the Netherlands Press Awards of 2020. That accolade followed on from being named Journalist of the Year at the Holland Press Awards of 2015, 2016 and 2019.
He was presented with a BACTA, a British Annual Canada Travel Award, for Best Online Coverage in 2017. That reflects his a passion for Canada and Canadian wildlife. Fittingly, the award was a beautifully sculpted glass polar bear. You can find several stories about wildlife, including polar bears, here on Go Eat Do.
Stuart has also been shortlisted for several other major journalistic, travel writing and blogging awards. Find out more on the awards for Stuart page of this website.
Please get in touch if you want to commission Stuart to produce content for your publication or business.
Applying high, professional standards
Stuart’s work has been published in national newspapers, travel magazines and on travel websites. They include the likes of National Geographic Traveller, Rough Guides, and The Independent plus many more highly regarded national and international publications.
When creating posts for Go Eat Do, Stuart applies the same high standards that you’d also expect to see in glossy publications.
He is a member of the British Guild of Beer Writers, British Guild of Travel Writers and National Union of Journalists.
Based in north-east England
Go Eat Do is based in the north-east of England and frequently publishes posts about destinations, tourism attractions and restaurants in Northumberland, County Durham plus Tyne and Wear.
If you are a PR or work in marketing and communications and represent a food- or travel-related business in north-east England please feel welcome to get in touch. I’m keen to hear about new openings and developments regarding tourist attractions, luxury and boutique hotels, as well as restaurants and bars in and around Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead, Durham City and Sunderland. Please request a media pack and feel free to discuss potential cooperation.
Regional, national and international travel ideas
Go Eat Do also strives to provide ideas for travel from further afield, both from across the United Kingdom and international destinations. PRs and people representing businesses in the food, drink and travel sectors are always welcome to make contact.
This blog is here to inform and entertain you. It includes:
- Places that provide high quality travel experiences and recommendations for that all important great night’s sleep
- Outstanding attractions and experiences that you should not miss
Outstanding food and drink
Stuart frequently interviews chefs and talks to food and drink producers. He’s an experienced food writer and photographer. Take a look at Go Eat Do for ideas about:
- Quality food and drink ideas
- Recipes for dishes and cocktails that you may enjoy making at home
- Restaurants to visit
Welcome to Go Eat Do
Keep visiting Go Eat Do as Stuart continues to explore destinations, restaurants and interview to people during his travels. Checking back regularly as he adds posts about what life has to offer, including ideas for new experiences and recipes to try at home.
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