Dartmouth Food & Drink
If you love seafood, you will love Dartmouth’s abundance of fabulous restaurants, pubs and bistros.
Fancying starting the day off right with a morning breakfast or a leisurely brunch? Alf Resco’s is the place to go for a friendly welcome, serving lovely vibrant food. For lunchtime, head to Smith Street Deli serve some great local platters, Bayards Cove Inn great traditional pub food or enjoy the George & Dragon’s beer garden (the towns one and only).
For evening meals, some of our favourites include The Seahorse (fresh fish cooked over a charcoal fire, started by Mitch Tonks), Kendricks is also a great place to dine in the evening with fresh local produce, or if you fancy dining alfresco, you could always sit on the harbour wall with a takeaway fish and chips from RockFish.
Of course a trip to Devon would be incomplete without a cream tea and there are plenty of cafes and coffee shops to get your fix. The Castle Tea Rooms whilst overlooking the River Dart or the Woodroast coffee shop are very popular.
For those who like to enjoy a tipple, Sharpham Vineyard is a short drive away and Dartmouth even has its own gin ‘Distinctly Dartmouth’ which is made up of lots of local ingredients including elderflower from Agatha Christie’s Greenways and apples from Stoke Gabriel’s orchard.