Where to Eat and Drink
The Dolphin Hotel
The Dolphin Hotel is a Grade II listed, family run, historic hotel which also boasts a popular Restaurant serving home cooked food and local seafood as well as two Public Bars. Our Function Room is available for hire all year round.
The Smugglers Kitchen
A family run restaurant in the heart of the village perfect for lunches, dinners and special occasions. An exciting menu of West Country local fare with an extensive wine and drinks list.
Osborne’s Coffee and Wine Bar
We serve tea, coffee, light bites and a selection of fine wines. Tapas served Wednesday to Saturday evenings.
Our food is all prepared to order using fresh, local ingredients and we offer a selection of fish, meat and vegetarian dishes. Those with special dietary requirements can also be catered for.
The Anchor Inn
You’re sure of a warm welcome in the traditional comfy bar and restaurant. You’ll find open fires, perfect pints, an appealing wine list and delicious, hearty food, including regularly changing specials.
Bay View Tearoom
Professional Chef Grant Cueto offers an exciting and varied menu using local Devon produce including his famous Seafood Chowder & popular English Breakfast.
Beer Head Bistro
Located at the Beer Head Caravan Park and serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, drinks and coffee. Come and try our famous fish tacos and Beer beer!
Tea room in Fore Street serving cream teas, cakes and drinks. Come and have lunch with us in our comfortable shop or grab a takeaway to eat on the cliff or on the beach.
Beer Fish and Chip Shop
Freshly prepared fish and chips – all cooked to order. Other dishes are also available. Come and get your fish from our friendly shop in Fore Street and eat in, or on the beach, Jubilee Gardens or Charlie’s Yard!
2021 - Regatta week starts on Saturday 14th August 2021
Holiday in East Devon
Relax or take part in activities by the sea. Treat the kids to a fun holiday in Devon. Visit Beer village for the best in East Devon Food, campsites, hotels, b&b's, pubs and restaurants, experience the beauty of the Jurassic Coast England's first natural World Heritage site.