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All Places in ‘Places to Eat & Drink’

  • Monsoon

    Monsoon is the the “new kid on the curry block” in Filey and sits on the premises of the former “Filey Tandoori”. The early word on the street is positive, and we can certainly vouch for the well crafted Chicken Methi and also for the cheerful and quick takeaway service. Read more [...]

  • Inghams

    Inghams on Belle View Street. Yes you know; the one with the iconic fibreglass Fisherman standing proudly outside. He has every right to stand proudly too because the Fish and Chips on the inside are “A list”. Eat in, eat out, eat well.

  • Frothies

    Richard and his lovely team take care of business at number 3 Union St. and coffee done PROPERLY is Frothies unique selling point. Well; coffee and their famous “doorstop” breakfast sandwiches that is. Richard buys his beans green and roasts them onsite guar

  • Dicky Bee’s

    Find this hidden gem just a little off the beaten track on Mitford Street. Dickie Bee’s is a firm favourites with the indigenous population and undoubtedly has the coolest name of all! Try it.

  • The Grapes

    The Grapes is a traditional pub on Filey’s oldest street, a short walk from The Foords. The landlord and his son are great karaoke fans and this is the place to let off steam for all the budding Gloria Gaynors and Neil Diamond’s amongst you.

  • Filey Snooker & Social Club

    Snooker clubs are usually associated with a misspent youth and are typically dens of inequity, Filey snooker club is however a friendly and welcoming club with membership costing only £3. A great venue to watch live sports on numerous big screens and very friendly staff. Well-kept beer at keen prices. Read more [...]

  • The Foords

    This is the oldest pub in Filey, and is a former coaching Inn, with a grade II listing and the historical charm and importance of this establishment hits you in the face as you enter. You must go here whilst in Filey, even if you are not a “pub type Read more [...]

  • Cobblers Arms

    This is one of the “new breed” of “old fashioned” five ale bars. Real Ales for people who take beer drinking seriously rather than it being an accompanying factor to an evening out. No wines by the glass (just those dreadful little bottles) and not fully licensed; i.e you can’t Read more [...]