Eating Out in Weymouth

Romantic restaurants, quaint coffee shops, sumptuous seafood…when it comes to eating out in Weymouth, the town has it all!



Weymouth is still very much a working fishing harbour, so seafood is inevitably a speciality of the town. Many of the places to eat in Weymouth offer locally-caught sea bass, mackerel, grey mullet, crab, lobster and squid (in season), so you won’t get much fresher!

Even if you aren’t a lover of seafood, you will still be spoilt for choice when eating out in Weymouth. Everyone is catered for. Why not try the sizzling steaks, locally-reared lamb and pork, or vegetarian options and salads, finished off with a scrumptious hand-made dessert or an ice cream from the Isle of Purbeck? And with food being served most of the day, you can just pop in when the time suits you, so you’ll never go hungry.

Weymouth is a family resort so children are well-catered for. Many eating out places provide high chairs, play equipment and special children’s menus to make your family feel really welcome.

Being one of the sunniest places in England, Weymouth is very much embracing the continental habit of alfresco dining. Why not sip a long cool beer in a pretty pub garden, or watch the boats go by from one of the harbourside’s fine dining restaurants?

Chapel Lane, Osmington, Weymouth, Dorset DT3 6EU

41-43 St Thomas Street, Weymouth, Dorset DT4 8EH

A Wetherspoons pub.

Children not allowed.