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Beer Quarry Caves

Beer's creamy chalk cliffs hint at the presence of a seam of high-quality masonry material called Beer stone. It's been used in countless famous buildings, including 24 cathedrals, the Tower of London and Windsor Ca…
Modern British in Beer

Steamers

Produce from local hills and bays makes its way onto the innovative menu here. Classy creations include sautéed, curried crab and prawn cake; grilled brill with onion marmalade; and venison with a berry and sherry s…
Seafood in Beer

Seafood Platter

A clue is in the name: net-fresh fish is the speciality at this appealing gastropub. The eponymous seafood platter (£70) to share between two comes crammed with local lobster and crab. Other dishes include herby roa…
Food in Beer

Beer Fish

In this tiny hut on the slipway to Beer beach, you'll find glistening, just-caught fish that's been landed only yards away. You can also opt for succulent cooked crab (£4 to £8) and lobster (£10 to £22), or prawns, …
Pub in Beer

Anchor Inn

Surely one of the best sea-view beer gardens in Devon. The Anchor's grassy terrace stretches to the very cliff edge, providing views of the wide bay and fishing boats on the pebbly beach below.
Food in Beer

Woozie's

It's the perfect beach-picnic stop: counters are crammed full of flans, local cheeses, olives, fresh-baked bread, and tasty home-baked pasties and pies.
Cafe in Beer

Chapels

Set right on Beer's pebble beach and sandwiched between brightly coloured beach huts and picnic tables, Chapels rustles up all-day breakfasts, local crab sarnies, cakes and teas.