Café Sladers

Café Sladers

Modern British

0.5 miles
Sladers Yard, West Bay Road, West Bay, Bridport, DT6 4EL

Located in Sladers Yard, one of the most ambitious contemporary art, furniture and craft galleries in the South West, Café Sladers is an inspiring place to relax, eat and meet with friends. Customers can unwind and enjoy a seasonal menu of deliciously fresh, wholesome and locally sourced seafood, meat, salads, vegan and vegetarian lunches, snacks, teas and breakfasts. The café is fully licensed, and boasts an excellent wine list, locally brewed beer and cider, spirits, cocktails and liqueurs. With its six Taste of the West Gold Awards, Café Sladers is the ideal place for a three-course lunch with wine, a long lazy breakfast, a delicious cream tea, or an organic coffee paired with homemade cake or some locally made gelato.

The café is housed in an historic Georgian former flax warehouse in the fishing harbour of West Bay, near the beach and famous golden cliffs. Guests can dine inside in the stylishly rustic, wood-panelled dining room, or outside in the sunny yard surrounded by flowers. In the evenings, ticketed events, artist’s talks and live jazz, folk and chamber music nights with dinner are well worth attending. For group lunch menus, private dinners, weddings and private parties, get in touch with the amiable team who will be more than happy to help arrange your special event. Friendly, informal and full of world-class art, furniture and craft, Sladers Yard is one of Dorset’s most delightful destinations.

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