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Bahama Mamas, Falmouth, Cornwall, coffee, beer, tapas, cocktails, kitchen, places to eat

South Coast > Falmouth
Bahama Mamas – Kitchen. Craft Beer. Coffee House. A tapas bar serving local craft beers, cocktails & speciality coffee day and night; it’s become a melting pot, a meeting place and a place for people.
C-Bay, Crantock Bar, Newquay Bar, Newquay Cafe

North Coast > Newquay
C-Bay Café/Bar/Bistro sits with an unsurpassed view over Crantock Beach and the coastline beyond. Using Cornish produce wherever possible and open throughout the year, we look forward to welcoming you here for either breakfast, lunch or evening dinner.
Oystercatcher Bar, Polzeath, Cornwall

North Coast
The Oystercatcher Bar overlooks Polzeath beach, North Cornwall. The bar is popular with visitors and locals alike, offering a very friendly welcome to all. Large car park. Comprehensive menu and amazing view of one of Cornwall's finest coastlines. 

West Cornwall > St. Ives
The Brasserie presents the perfect location overlooking the stunning bay of St Ives and Godrevy boasting an extensive menu, specials and alfresco dining in the sun. Not to mention their Sunday carvery in the restaurant.
The Beach Hut, Watergate Bay, Eating Out Cornwall

North Coast > Watergate Bay
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Beach Hut is one of the best beach-side hangouts on the north Cornwall coast. Walk off the sand, straight to your table. Rarely quiet, it’s a vibrant place where the buzz of conversation rivals the sound of the sea.

North Coast > Wadebridge
Classic American menu, burgers, ribs, steaks, chicken, Mexican & all day breakfasts. Rock and roll interior, outside seating, conservatory, fully licenced, air conditioned, American soundtrack. Dogs welcome. A little slice of America
The Longstore, Charlestown, St Austell, Cornwall, Eating out, Poldark

South Coast
The Longstore is a steakhouse and seafood restaurant/bar situated in the historic port of Charlestown.