There are plenty of pretty places to eat in Weymouth and Portland. From garden cafés to bars on the beach, this blog will help you discover the Weymouth restaurants that boast the best views of Dorset. If you are wondering where to eat in Weymouth, this is the list for you.
Al Molo, Pier Bandstand, The Esplanade
Al Molo combines local produce with the finest Italian ingredients to serve up all your Italian favourites. The Pier Bandstand is an incredible art deco building that was once the home of music in Weymouth. Diners can enjoy the views of Weymouth’s striking shoreline and esplanade. Al Molo is open Tuesday-Saturday from 6 to 9:30pm or Saturday lunchtimes from 12 to 2pm.
Stone Pier Café, Nothe Parade
The Stone Pier Café is in the perfect spot on the Nothe Fort side of the harbour. Known for its top-quality food and refreshments including their cream teas and ice creams. This Weymouth restaurant is just a short walk away from the Nothe Fort and Hope Square, it’s the perfect place to stop off on your afternoon stroll.
Nothe Tavern, Barrack Road
Nothe Tavern is one pub you’ll definitely want to visit. You can enjoy the delicious pub classics and selection of the finest local ales in the spacious sun terrace. This charming coastal pub is hidden away in Nothe Gardens with great views of Weymouth’s harbour.
Seascape Café, Greenhill Gardens
The Seascape Cafe is at the entrance of Greenhill Gardens in the heart of Weymouth. The cafe serves light bites and seaside favourites. You can stop and enjoy the amazing views of the beach or take in Greenhill area. Look out for the wishing well, floral clock and Schneider Trophy weathervane.
Billy Winters Bar & Diner, Ferrybridge Boatyard
This great little place started its life as a shipping container and is now serving up artisan treats with delicious flavours and locally sourced ingredients. This Weymouth restaurant is situated in Ferrybridge Boatyard along Portland Beach Road with views of Hamm Beach. Enjoy a Billy Winters own-brewed craft lager while you take in the incredible surroundings.
The Fat Badger, Camp Road, Wyke Regis
Part of Pebble Bank Holiday Park but open to the general public, the Fat Badger is a great café bar with a lovely outside seating area giving you stunning views of the surrounding fields and Chesil Beach in the distance. There’s plenty to choose from on the menu, including a wide range of gluten free options and specialty drinks.
Lookout Café, Bowleaze Coveway
It’s definitely called the Lookout for a reason, based on top of a hill on the way to Bowleaze Cove, the panoramic views along the coastline are absolutely stunning. This café is one of the best places to eat in Weymouth. The Lookout is dog-friendly and is surrounded by a splendid area of grassland, so it’s ideal for dog walkers.
Quiddles Café, Chiswell, Portland
Right on the Esplanade in Chiswell you’ll find the fantastically colourful Quiddles Café. Famous for their delicious fish dishes and home-made cakes, Quiddles has a roof top sun terrace so you can sit back and soak up the amazing views of Chesil Beach.