What better way to enjoy the warm weather than by pairing it up with a delicious lunch? Below we have listed the best al fresco eateries in Newmarket so you can make the most of the summer!
The Roxana Bar is set within the grounds of the Bedford Lodge Hotel and its beautiful terrace overlooks the stunning hotel gardens.
Food is served from 12 noon and you can either enjoy delights from the extensive home-cooked bar and snack menu, or afternoon tea if you fancy something a little more indulgent.
Set in the picturesque village of Moulton, The Packhorse Inn’s sunny garden offers a peaceful spot to enjoy lunch away from the hustle and bustle of the town.
The restaurant serves a fantastic selection of food across its variety of menus. Described as modern European, the food served up here is smart, contemporary and full of vibrant flavours.
The King’s Head in Dullingham offers outdoor seating overlooking the village green making for the perfect spot to enjoy a summer’s afternoon.
With a great passion for food and innovative dining, the King’s Head sources ingredients from local suppliers to add a modern twist to classic cuisine across two menus: A La Carte and set-price Classics.
The Blackbirds Inn in Woodditton has recently re-opened as part of the Chestnut Group and enjoys a sunny beer garden with plenty of seating.
Using only the finest seasonal and regional produce, this fantastic spot offers the best in classic British pub food. From a hearty pie or grilled steak, to fresh pizzas or Sunday lunch.
Wavertree’s Coffee Shop is set within the beautiful surroundings of the National Stud, where you can watch mares and foals in the neighbouring paddocks.
The Coffee Shop serves delicious breakfast, lunch and cream tea. All cakes are homemade and food is made fresh to order making for the perfect spot for delicious afternoon refreshments.
The restaurant offers all day dining where you can enjoy anything from homemade scones and sandwiches, to hearty main courses with an emphasis on fresh fish and seafood.
If you’re looking for a bit more hustle and bustle, then why not take a seat outside The Pantry. Situated in the Guineas Shopping Centre, you can enjoy fantastic food while you watch the world go by.
This family-run eatery prides itself on only using the finest and freshest local ingredients and you can even take some home wth you from their in-house delicatessen!
We hope our run down of the best al fresco eateries in Newmarket helps you to enjoy the summer. To browse a list of everything Newmarket has to offer take a look at our full listings here.
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