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Best bars in Plymouth

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“Great food, great beer, fabulous views over Cawsand Bay, balanced more in favour of visitors than locals over the busy summer period. The whole area of Kingsand and Cawsand is well worth a look. Comprising two joined old fishing villages it is also home to the narrowest house in the UK”
20 locals recommend
Cafe
“From all sorts of shows from Michael McIntyre to Christmas Pantomime to Bands and basketball https://www.plymouthpavilions.com”
8 locals recommend
Cafe
“Nice breakfasts and food. Nice place to relax in and have a coffee or play a board game. ”
7 locals recommend
French Restaurant
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“Coffee shop to, open for superb breakfasts in a very relaxed atmosphere. Highly reccommended”
6 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Housed in the world famous Plymouth Gin Distillery, Barbican Kitchen was established in 2006 by the Tanner Brothers, Chris and James. Our aim is to deliver fresh local food at a realistic price. Barbican Kitchen takes full advantage of the superb larder here in the Westcountry. With the menu showcasing stunning local meats, vegetables & top quality fish from our fantastic network of suppliers. We can cater for all your requirements and don’t forget kids under 5 eat for free! ”
5 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Lovely Independent Cafe/Coffee Shop. Right by the dock with lovely views over Plymouth Sound. Nice atmosphere, outside seating during nice weather as well as selling local coffee, a range of breakgast options, lunch and afternoon tea.”
8 locals recommend
Bar
“Great food and fantastic atmosphere Live music every Saturday night Booking recommended for food 01752 822840 ”
8 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Wonderful friendly marina restaurant . A favourite of the locals and boat owners.”
6 locals recommend
Bar
“very near the flat and has a nice atmosphere. perfect for a drink and a snack before a pavillions show.”
6 locals recommend
Liquor Store
“Not a restaurant, but a wine experience that serves delicious Tapas, Le Vignoble is a wine bar with a difference, great for enjoying a glass of wine and some nibbles with your partner. With over 180 wines and champagnes from around the world to choose from, and the opportunity to try a taster using their wine serving machines you can have a fantastic time trying out new wines together.”
6 locals recommend
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“Inspired by a 1920s speakeasy this is a fun place for a night out with live music and a great cocktail menu in the centre of Plymouth.”
5 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Its situated in the historic Barbican where the Pilgrim Fathers sailed to America in the Mayflower on the 16th September 1620. The Barbican is full of bars and lovely restaurants situated in a stunning harbour. ”
4 locals recommend
Pub
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4 locals recommend
Bar
“Former yacht club offering seafood and pub favourites. Great option for food and/or just drinks. Outside seating overlooking the water. ”
4 locals recommend
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“Mutleys Local Pub, Brilliant atmosphere and decor. Exterior is full of floral arrangements and interior is decked from floor to ceiling with retro memrobelia, signs, logos and vintage goods. Food is great, quality and good price. Full English available as well as a lovely Sunday Roast!”
3 locals recommend
Latin American Restaurant
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“Again, tucked in the Royal William Yard its great for good food and cocktails. ”
2 locals recommend