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182 Restaurants in Blackpool

Restaurants in Blackpool: Dine near the sea

The historic Lancashire sea resort town of Blackpool is a popular spot for vacationers from all over the UK. Situated on the Irish sea, Blackpool experienced a boom in tourism during the mid-1700s, when taking spa vacations and relaxing by the sea became a popular pastime. The boom became even bigger a century later, when railways were built connecting the cities of Northern England to each other. With the addition of a large promenade where visitors could partake in seaside attractions ranging from donkey rides to magic shows, the town began its upward trajectory towards its status as a vacationer’s paradise. Nowadays, Blackpool is still a popular spot to visit among travellers looking to slow down and relax. The restaurants in Blackpool appeal to tourists and locals alike, with healthy options for folks on a wellness kick and classic English grub for those looking for food made the old-fashioned way.

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Beach House Bistro & Bar

City Centre
Drinks££££
5.0/6525
Beach House Bistro & Bar

Papa Luigis - Euxton

Euxton
Italian££££
5.6/6138
Papa Luigis - Euxton

Fuego's

Centre
Mexican££££
5.5/6176
Fuego's
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Mews Thai Restaurant

Poulton-Le-Fylde
Thai££££
5.3/6160
Mews Thai Restaurant

Pipers

Town Centre
British££££
5.5/685
Pipers

Sai Surbhi

Fulwood
Indian££££
5.3/672
Sai Surbhi

Othello's Greek Restaurant - Blackpool

North Shore
Greek££££
5.2/684
Othello's Greek Restaurant - Blackpool

Bangla Fusion

Much Hoole
Indian££££
5.3/644
Bangla Fusion

White Bull at Alston

Alston
British££££
5.4/646
White Bull at Alston

The Bold Hotel

Centre
International££££
5.0/649
The Bold Hotel

The Alston

Town Centre
British££££
5.4/641
The Alston

Passage to India - Ormskirk

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.5/639
Passage to India - Ormskirk
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The Sparling

Barton
British££££
5.1/615
The Sparling

Rueters

Centre
British££££
5.4/636
Rueters

Faringo's Vegan

South Shore
Italian££££
5.0/638
Faringo's Vegan

Baby Kingfisher

South Shore
Indian££££
5.6/630
Baby Kingfisher

Masala Indian

Heysham
Indian££££
5.2/622
Masala Indian

Shamraat

Town Centre
Indian££££
5.3/626
Shamraat

The Lemon Tree

Poulton-Le-Fylde
Indian££££
5.1/617
The Lemon Tree

The Corridor Bar & Eatery

Centre
Spanish££££
5.5/612
The Corridor Bar & Eatery
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    Dine at restaurants in Blackpool after a night of entertainment

    Boasting a huge variety of entertainment opportunities, live shows and theatres, Blackpool offers something for everyone who pays the town a visit. Cabaret, musicals and burlesque shows are just a few of the entertainment options you’ll have in this town, and there are also great concert halls and clubs to entice music lovers. Blackpool restaurants cater to the entertainment-loving masses by offering an array of pre-theatre menus for fuelling up before a show at Grand Theatre, and at some locations you can even enjoy dinner as you watch the show. Casinos are also a big source of income for the town, and there are plenty of Blackpool restaurants that offer fast and easy grub after a hard day spent with the slot machines. And hey, if you do win some big money, why not spend some of it at one of the high-end restaurants in Blackpool? There are lots of great gourmet restaurants where you can indulge in multi-course dinners and lavish lunches.
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    Enjoy fresh seafood at the restaurants in Blackpool

    Blackpool’s seaside location means that the seafood there is fresh, delicious and plentiful. From fish and chip shops at the promenade to high-end restaurants fit for royalty, there are seafood restaurants in Blackpool suitable for any budget. The city has three different piers – the North Pier, Central Pier and South Pier – where you can find chippies serving up fresh cod, fried to perfection and served with a big pile of salt and vinegar-coated chips. If you’re up for something a little more upscale, head inland to one of the city’s Mediterranean or Italian restaurants and enjoy a plate of mussels, some pasta with crab, or delicious prawns. On the Promenade you can also find some fantastic oyster and shellfish bars for a fresh, quick bite to enjoy as you walk along the shore.
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