Food and Drink Shops in Dartmouth
Dartmouth is well established for its excellent quality food – so whether its shopping for a self-catering cottage, to gifts for home, Dartmouth food and drink shops offer it all.
Dartmouth has 3 main supermarkets, Lidl and Sainsbury’s out of town, and Marks and Spencer’s in the town.
However, if you are looking for produce a little more local try the local Farmers markets held every second Saturday of the month to buy some home-made honey, jam and preserves, and all manner of local goods. In town there is a local butchers selling local produce, and a fishmongers, selling freshly caught fish from the local waters.
Whilst you are in Dartmouth, you must treat yourself and try the local fudge and the local ice cream. All locally made they are all delicious and a real treat whatever the weather!
Once you’ve sampled the delights of Dartmouth local cuisine in the restaurants and cafés in the town, you are bound to want to take some home with you. Dartmouth food and drink shops sell some of the best local produce that can only be found in the South West – and is a real treat for friends and family as a gift.
From local wine and beer, to hand made fudge, chocolate and ice-cream – they are all on offer in Dartmouth.
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Built originally as a pannier market in 1828 where eggs, poultry and fresh produce, all from local farms, was sold, and the goods arrived every market day in baskets slung on the back of ponies. Many things have changed since then, but delicious...
Dartmouth Artisan Market is held on the 4th Saturday of every month in Dartmouth's Old Market Square.
Local Devon Artists, crafts people and Artisans bring their wares, and you can find a range of handmade gifts, including Jewellery, Art,...
The long awaited and much anticipated Mark Lobb Fish & Game Shop is now open in Dartmouth Market!
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Dartmouth Friday Market
Kingsbridge Tuesday Market
Dartmouth Farmer's Market
Stoke Fleming Store
We offer delicious home-made fudge, ice-cream, clotted cream, traditional confectionery, own-label preserves, fine chocolates, biscuits, shortbreads and gifts. And while you're here why not send some clotted cream by post or take-away a cream tea!