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All Places in ‘Places to Eat & Drink’

  • Pit Stop Cafe

    The Pit Stop Cafe is open from 8am and on every day of the week. Truly a stalwart of Filey, she is no fairweather friend and remains open ALL year. Located near the railway station, snooker club and cab office and with plentiful free parking in the shopping complex this 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.

  • 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.

  • 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 Buccaneer

    Pub meets nightclub meets restaurant. You will not find another establishment anywhere in the country that is more “piratey” than here. Pirates, pirates and particularly ghost-themed pirates. During the day and in the earlier part of the evening, this is a great place to go for simple honest, well-cooked family Read more [...]

  • Belle Vue

    The Bell Vue literally “does what it says on the tin”, because it has – particularly in summer – a beautiful view over the bay. If you are a naughty smoker you can stand on the little terrace, drink in-hand and look out to sea! Nice. Regular live music, particularly Read more [...]

  • Three Tuns

    The Three Tuns is in a prominent spot located on “the main drag” and the car park of this establishment plays host to the weekly market on a Friday. Children are welcome and budget accommodation is available.