Eating out

Eat, drink, relax or celebrate at Royal Quays Marina

Weymouth eating out
The Lock

The Lock

First call for berth holders and visitors. Our on-site café bar restaurant offers a relaxed vibe with stunning views over the marina. Great coffee, and breakfasts to start your day through and hearty meals including stone baked pizzas, flame grilled dishes, and fish and chips, and not to be missed Sunday lunches.

Open daily from 9 am. Closing times vary.

Tel 0191 257 5753

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North Shields Fish Quay and Tynemouth Front Street

Away from the marina there are two main areas for eating out. North Shields Fish Quay is where the bustle of the working fishing industry, fish market and stalls, combines with a burgeoning mix of lively eateries and bars.

From traditional fishermen’s pubs, and fish a chips to contemporary eclectic bars and restaurants to fine dining.  

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In contrast the Georgian splendour of Tynemouth’s Front Street offers a whole host of eating and drinking opportunities in a stylish setting.

31 The Quay 

Just downstream from the marina at Smiths Dock, next to the ferry landing, 31 The Quay offers panoramic views of the river and passing ships.

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Low Lights Tavern

The Low Lights Tavern

North Shields oldest pub and a real gem. Situated next to the Fish Quay, and famed for great beer, coal fires, and the best pie, chips, peas and gravy ever! Good craic too.

Tel: 0191 257 6038

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Samels fish and chips

Waterfront Fish & Chips

Great fish and chips on the Fish Quay. Eat in or out. Simple as that!

Tel: 0191 296 1721

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Riley’s Fish Shack

The best of fresh local fish and seafood cooked down on the beach…

“Call off the search. Close down the web browser and put away the guidebooks. I have found the eating experience of the year.” Jay Rayner – The Guardian.

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Longsands Fish Kitchen

Not surprisingly from the name – it’s a seafood restaurant in the centre of Tynemouth with takeaway, weekend breakfasts, and tea and coffee at any time. A varied seafood menu or traditional fish and chips.

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Staith House

The Staith House

Multi-award winning gastro-pub on the Fish Quay, widely regarded as one of the best places to eat in the region.

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A little something for everyone

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