PENNY HEDGE PUB
Stainsacre Lane, Whitby
The Penny Hedge Pub focuses on serving up Red Tractor farm-fresh chicken dishes. This rotisserie pub is part of the Marston’s chain and serves a diverse menu of fresh, responsibly-sourced dishes. The Penny Hedge combines traditional pub fare with interesting side dishes and flavours.
THE PLOUGH INN
The Plough Inn is a lovely local pub based in the quaint countryside village of Sleights. Sleights is surrounded by Yorkshire countryside and full of traditional stone buildings and is a lovely stop off when you visit Robin Hoods Bay. The traditional dishes are exactly what you would want an expect from a country pub, with a warm Yorkshire welcome to match.
BATTERY PARADE, WHITBY
The Quarterdeck restaurant is based in Whitby and is known locally for its reasonably-priced large portions of fresh fish and chips. A great place to sit in and have a drink and plate or grab some fish and chips takeaway and eat them looking over the water.
RUSWARP RIVERSIDE CAFÉ
Ruswarp Riverside Café looks like something from a fairy tale. The small cafe is located on the banks of the River Esk and as well as local ales and quality wines they serve perfect pub lunches to eat in the sun.
The Ruswarp is situated next to a miniature railway and boat hire, so you can always stop in here for a light pub lunch after taking a boat out on the river and soaking in some of the beauty of the Yorkshire riverside.
CHAPEL STREET. ROBIN HOODS BAY
Secret Seaview, formerly known as Swell Cafe Bar, is a converted chapel tucked away in Robin Hoods Bay. This café bar is a great place to stop by if you are looking for a coffee or something stronger, especially as it has a great view out over the bay. A great spot for a light lunch and a cocktail or morning coffee.