Food & Drink in Dartmouth
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If you are a food lover, then Dartmouth is the place for you.
This is an exciting place to eat with modern restaurants, gourmet dining, elegant bars and traditional British fare including good old seaside fish 'n' chips. One thing you can count on in Dartmouth is that the produce is local – and likely to have been grown or caught within a few miles of Dartmouth.
There is everything from cheap eats, mid-range prices and high-end fine dining to make your mouth water.
High Quality, Tasty Food
Relax at a cafe in Dartmouth with morning coffee, enjoy a refreshing glass of wine on the banks of the river, dine indulgently at a celebrity restaurant or take traditional afternoon tea and sample a real Devonshire cream tea. If you fancy something more adventurous, there are wineries, breweries and farm shops dotted around the South Devon countryside ready to tickle your taste buds.
Children are also well catered for with family friendly cafés, pubs and restaurants around every corner.
Sample the Delights Of Dartmouth Produce
Dartmouth is synonymous with good food and drink so take the opportunity to discover the taste of Devon with local produce on the menu at many pubs and restaurants. In Dartmouth you are guaranteed the freshest local seafood caught just a few miles off the South Devon coastline, and locally grown produce from the Devon countryside.
Take home a memory of your visit with local food and drink, available from the Dartmouth farmer’s market, vineyards, farm shops and other outlets.
Dartmouth loves to celebrate its food – and why wouldn’t it?
Throughout the year there are many food and drink events that allow you to taste the true variety of local produce in Dartmouth and the surrounding area.
The Dartmouth Food Festival in October is the culinary highlight of the year. The Rockfish Crab party in August hosted by Mitch Tonks is not to be missed if you’re a seafood lover. The Delicious Dart Trail in March combines running with eating, a truly unique experience.
If you are one for foodie events then we recommend you frequently visit our What’s On page where you can find out the latest on foodie events that are happening in the area.
Last but not least, after all that food, drink and exploring, you will want some accommodation. Fortunately, there are some excellent hotels, bed and breakfasts and camping properties where you can relax and recuperate after a good day and night out.