Places To Eat & Drink on the Isle of Wight

Restaurants, pubs & inns, cafes and local farm produce - you're never far away from some delicious dining experiences. Fine dining or eating on a budget, there's something for all tastes.

Newport

On the edge of the river down by Newport Quay, you'll find the Bargeman’s Rest - a large pub themed with barges and boats in days of yore. Every surface and spare in...

  • Car parking
  • Toilets
  • Accessible by bus
  • Special Events
  • Restaurant
  • All weather
  • Bar
  • Open Fire
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Ventnor

This café restaurant at the bottom of Ventnor Cascade has become the breakfast destination of choice for many locals and visitors alike with its fantastic views of t...

  • Car parking
  • Cafe
  • Toilets
  • Accessible by bus
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
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Wootton Bridge

Briddlesford Lodge Farm, on the outskirts of Wootton on the north coast of the Isle of Wight, has one of longest established farm shops on the Island, is a working d...

  • Cafe
  • Gift Shop
  • Toilets
  • Special Events
  • Bar
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Niton

Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at the Island's most southerly point, The Buddle Inn is commonly known as one of the Island's most popular and histo...

  • Dogs allowed
  • Car parking
  • Toilets
  • Special Events
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
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Newport

One of the Island’s best kept secrets, Burrs in Lugley Street, Newport has been owned by Matt Burr for 19 years and has a loyal local following. Visitors to the Isle...

  • Toilets
  • Accessible by bus
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
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Ryde

Set in a Victorian Chemists on the seafront in Ryde, the Isle of Wight's Chocolate Apothecary has created a deliciously appealing atmosphere.

  • Cafe
  • Gift Shop
  • Toilets
  • Accessible by bus
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Cowes

Coast always seems to be busy and it’s got a real buzz about it. A bar, a restaurant, a coffee house and a cool place to hang out, Coast ticks all the boxes. Plus th...

  • Toilets
  • Accessible by bus
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
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Cowes

One of the smallest pubs on the Island, Cowes Ale House is all about the beer with five guest ales from the wood in barrels behind the bar. Billed as a traditional d...

  • Toilets
  • Accessible by bus
  • Bar
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Bembridge

It’s not the easiest pub to find for the uninitiated, as you have to make your way through the outskirts of Bembridge and then down a winding single track lane to di...

  • Car parking
  • Toilets
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
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St Helens

St Helen’s Green is one of the largest village greens in the UK with far reaching views to Bembridge Harbour and the Solent beyond and Dan’s Kitchen sits on the sout...

  • Toilets
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
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