7. The Stable
The Stable sits right in the heart of the harbour on Vauxhall Street facing the marina and serves up an extensive variety of pizzas, sides and ciders. There’s something for everyone at The Stable with over 50 varieties of cider on offer and delicious sourdough pizzas topped with locally-sourced ingredients. There’s also a great vegan and vegetarian menu as well as desserts – why not treat yourself?
The Stable is currently offering a festive-themed pizza, as well as a special deal where you can enjoy any pizza on their menu alongside a dessert and a cider tasting board for just £20.
Find out more at The Plymouth Stable website.
8. Mayflower Museum
The Mayflower Museum is based above the Tourist Information Centre in Sutton Harbour and is open Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm and Saturdays from 10am-4pm.
The museum is set over three floors and details the journey of the Mayflower ship which set sail from Plymouth in 1620 for the New World. The Mayflower Museum chronicles the legendary voyage, bringing to life the reality of the day-to-day living conditions on board.
Tickets are £3.50 for adults, £2 for children (5-16 years) and £2.50 for students and seniors. You can also purchase a family ticket for two adults and two children for £10.
9. Boston Tea Party
Offering a range of breakfast, brunch and lunch dishes, Boston Tea Party is another popular spot with an extensive menu including vegan and vegetarian options. The cafes has a great range of hot and cold drinks and was the first to ban single-use cups – they offer discounts for people bringing in their own cups.
Boston Tea Party has been offering a click and collect service as well as home deliveries via Deliveroo and Uber Eats. You can browse the menu online and select the Plymouth cafe to make your order. You can choose to pick it up at an allotted time, opt for delivery or enjoy eating in if you visit the Sutton Harbour venue.
Take a look at the Boston Tea Party website to find out more.