Pubs, bars cafes and restaurants offer light bites, culinary delights, coffee or cocktails.

You’re never far from something to eat or drink in Erewash. Want a refreshment stop after shopping? Try James Coffee Shop in Lanes Garden Centre and The Cafe and Tranquil Garden at the Bottle Kiln.

Cake can be the answer to most things and you’re spoilt for choice.  If you’re exploring the area around Dale Abbey and ready for a break, stop at The Cowshed. The cafe at Windmill Farm has amazing views to accompany the selection of freshly baked cakes and drinks.

There are a variety of pubs to quench a thirst. The Newdigate serves traditional pub food which you can enjoy in the beer garden while the youngsters enjoy the play area. The Cat and Fiddle in East Hallam serve from breakfast through to evening and The White Hart in Stanley serves locally sourced food with countryside views.

For a restaurant experience Morley Hayes has a choice of three, offering bar snacks to fine dining in the Dovecote.  The Cast Iron Bar and Grill at Breadsall Priory serves British dishes and afternoon tea in the oldest Marriott building in the world.

PLACES to eat out in erewash

Bartlewood Lodge

Breakfast, carvery, roasts and stone baked pizzas are served throughout the day.

Breadsall Priory

Enjoy a round of golf or a round of sandwiches, dip into the pool or dip into the menu at this stunning 13th century hotel.

Cat and Fiddle

Serving a menu that includes breakfast, burgers and beers, the pub welcomes all the family (including dogs).

Cafe at Castlefield

Close to Straw’s Bridge, this is a dog friendly cafe serving breakfast, lunch and snacks, all prepared in-house.

Enjoy homemade cakes, locally sourced premium coffee, a selection of cold drinks and local Bluebells ice-cream.

Lanes Garden Centre and Open Farm

Feed the animals, have a bite to eat in the cafe and browse or buy in the garden centre.

Morley Hayes

Three restaurants, 18 and 9 hole golf courses and a driving range all surrounded by the beautiful Erewash countryside.

Stable View Coffee and Bistro

Breakfast, lunch, snacks, weekend menus and private bookings are all available at this award winning coffee shop and restaurant.

On the edge of Locko Park and close to Dale Abbey, it is the perfect start, end or mid point for a walk around the local area.

The Bottle Kiln

Fresh, homemade food and unusual and inspiring shops are the essence of this West Hallam shopping and food venue.

The Carpenters Arms

Beer garden, log fire, real ales and food will set you up for a wander around Dale Abbey.

The Friars House

A tea room and small gallery with sporadic opening hours, but worth a visit.

Generally open on Sundays, and other days for groups by appointment, the cafe serves home made food including cakes and light bites plus speciality teas and coffees.

The Little Kitchen, Little Eaton

A family-run tearoom serving meals, wine and quality coffee.

The Newdigate, West Hallam

Enjoy traditional pub food, a beer garden, play area, Sunday carvery and light bite menu.

The Royal Oak, Ockbrook

An award winning pub serving home cooked food, cask ales and a venue for beer festivals and skittles.

The Steamboat Inn

Between the canal and the river, this 200 year old pub is the ideal spot to watch the watery goings-on.

The Trent Lock

Next to the River Trent, River Soar and Erewash Canal, this is the place to savour a summer drink in the beer garden or a winter warmer inside.

The White Hart, Stanley

A picturesque setting, locally sourced, home cooked food, run by locals.

Windmill Cafe

On the historic site of the Cat and Fiddle Windmill, the cafe overlooks the fields of Erewash.