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The Red Lion is one of Weymouth’s finest and most famous pubs. It serves a range of food such as seafood and burgers, as well as pub classics. You can view the menu here.

It is recognized for being the pub nearest to the Weymouth R.N.L.I. and therefore known as the lifeboat man’s pub. They serve over 100 rums that commemorate the pub’s naval history. The pub was also the ‘Sailing team’s pub’ during the 2012 olympics!

 

The newest entertainment and dining experience in Weymouths beautiful bay!  It is home to Black Rock Grill, a healthy and fabulous dining experience featuring some amazing dishes such as steak, prawns and chicken! All meals from the Black Rock Grill are cooked at your table, presented on volcanic rocks! This is one of the most unique dining experiences in Weymouth!

The Gloucester is also home to a variety of tradditional pub grub, desserts and specials! It has a rich history, which you can find more about here.

A menu is available to view here.

The Galley Bistro is situated in pretty Hope Square just a few minutes’ short walk from the picturesque harbour in the heart of historic Weymouth. It is open from 10am until late, seven days a week (click here for opening times).

The bistro is a family-run establishment, with emphasis placed on friendly service, a warm welcome and great quality, great value, delicious food. We look forward to meeting you!

Galley Bistro offer a delicious main menu, as well as sunday carvery and of course a specials board.

Les Enfants Terribles ethos is to serve locally caught fish and locally made produce to our customers who are usually looking for somewhere where they can relax and unwind with good food and great ambience. Come and be an Enfants Terribles with us.​

Established in 2016 by Chef Eric Tavernier, the restaurant took over from Floods as a local seafood restaurant. Seafood comes straight from the Harbourside (view the menu here) and you will find with Eric’s 30 years of culinary experience that the flavours are coaxed to perfection.

Eric is always interested in your preferences and is only happy if you are happy so if you have any requests, don’t hesitate to voice them!

Here at Les Enfants Terribles we can assure you that you will leave satisfied – and be coming back for more !

Established in 1989 Bennett’s Fish & Chips is still a cherished part of Weymouth harbour. Locals and visitors alike enjoy our freshly prepared seaside favourites.

Our passion for cooking top quality ingredients in our tried & tested way have inspired our restaurant on the road! As well as a restaurant on the harbour, Bennett’s Fish and Chips have a fleet of trucks which bring Weymouth’s seaside dish to events around the region.

Seabeats is a family run Seafood Restaurant its owner and head chef is Adam Foster who was born in Weymouth and studied at Weymouth College. Adam opened Seabeats in April 2017 and within 18 months were Highly Commended at the Wessex FM Awards and also a finalist in the Dorset Food and Drink awards for Best Seafood in Dorset.

Seabeats serve a range of delicious seafood dishes, as well as vegetarian and other meat dishes. They also offer a kids menu. A sample menu is available here.

 

 

King Edwards is one of the longest standing Fish and Chip restaurants in Weymouth! In prime position on the seafront, King Edward’s serves a variety of seafood dishes available to eat in or take-away. They also offer meat options as well as vegetarian dishes.

Nestled in the centre of Weymouth, the reedbeds of Radipole Lake are an unlikely urban home to some stunning wildlife, including fabulous birds like bearded tits and kingfishers, and elusive creatures such as otters and water voles. Start your journey at the family-friendly Discovery Centre and have a go at pond dipping.

About Radipole Lake

Habitat

Although Radipole Lake in central Weymouth, you can find wetland habitats, hedgerow scrub, reedbeds and saline lagoons.

Conservation

  • Annual reed cuts help keep the reed healthy, producing lots of seed which is a great source of food for bearded tits.
  • Ditch clearance helps to produce edge habitat which is ideal feeding habitat for bittern. It also ensures there is flowing water which is vital for fish populations.
  • Our scrub management ensures we retain reedbed, so it doesn’t turn into woodland. Plus keeping some scrub for wildlife, such as reed buntings and Cetti’s warblers.
  • We use grazing animals to keep the vegetation in check and annually cut rush – this creates good conditions for breeding and wintering waders and wildfowl.
  • We manage water levels, low in the winter, which is good for feeding waders and allows us to get into the reedbeds to carry out management work. The water levels are higher in summer to reduce predation of breeding birds from ground predators.

Read more at https://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/radipole-lake/#b6ooZlgYFzTq07rI.99