Flintstones Tea Room
Moor up on the visitor pontoon or take the ground at the bottom of South Street.
A welcome retreat on the village quay. Sit inside, or outside watching the world go by. Serving snacks, light bites and ice cream, plus food to feed the hungry local ducks. Bring cash payment for all purchases.
Opens: 09.00 – 16.00
The Quay, South Street PO10 7EQ. Tel 01243 377 577
The Deck Café
A contemporary airy café for relaxed breakfasts, seasonally-inspired lunches and afternoon teas. Outdoor deck seating and tables for all weather conditions, to relax and watch the yacht harbour. Dogs welcome on the ground floor Poop Deck.
Blue Bell Inn
Just yards from the Harbour, this local family run village hostelry ramps-up the old world charm belying a modern exterior. Wide choice of bar meals and takeaway fish and chips provides another eating option.
The Coal Exchange
Traditional locals’ pub, close to the harbour and village centre. Serving traditional real ales and homemade food. Specials nights (Mon, Tues & Thurs) and Stoked Kitchen Pizza nights (Weds). Sheltered beer garden with plenty of seating.
The Sussex Brewery
An easy walk from the marina, The Sussex is the oldest pub in Emsworth, situated on the main road just before Thorney Road. With Young’s ales, low beams, wooden floors and open fires it’s traditional pub atmosphere. The Sussex is famous for its sausage menu as well as other specialities, and also does good breakfasts.
The Lord Raglan
With a waterside beer garden that backs onto the Emsworth Slipper Millpond and moorings at Dolphin Quay, this 18th century pub is family and dog friendly. Lively atmosphere, with great pub food and beers and regular bands on a Sunday evening.
A traditional pub serving real ales, premium lagers and ciders, plus great homemade food. A family and dog friendly pub with a large garden and car park.
The Crown Hotel
A traditional pub, with excellent food, a side room for the restaurant. The Crown has evolved into a prime centre for music, with a regular Open Mic night.