From strolling along the seafront with your fish and chips, to living it up with oysters and a glass of fizz, Blackpool has eating out covered. The town’s huge variety of cafes, restaurants, takeaways and bars has something to suit every taste and budget.
For an al fresco morning coffee, why not try one of the great coffee shops in the newly restored St Johns or under the arches on Birley Street? Or, for the quintessential British afternoon tea, why not take to the floor in the opulent Blackpool Tower Ballroom and enjoy an afternoon tea dance.
If you’re after local and regional produce cooked to perfection, Rowley’s at Blackpool FC Hotel is a good bet, while the newly-opened Beach House on the Festival Headland is a must for international cuisine in a seaside setting.
Michael Wan’s Mandarin have been delivering top-notch, authentic Cantonese to locals and visitors for over 50 years, and the welcoming Taj Mahal will satisfy all your curry needs.
For ideas of the best places to eat and drink, see our listings below and keep an eye on our blog.