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Fresh seafood in abundance, succulent, locally reared beef, lamb and pork, artisan Dorset cheese and classic cream teas - no matter what your craving is, Bournemouth and Poole can satisfy it.

Don’t forget to make room in your suitcase for some local produce to remind you of your holiday in Bournemouth. Discover a fantastic range of cheeses, wines, ciders, fudge, frozen yogurts and ice cream, not to Bournemouth’s selection of cafés, bars, mention locally sourced, fresh seafood. bistros and restaurants are the perfect complement to your shopping break, Bournemouth is home to a host of theatre trip or holiday by the sea. year-round entertainment and with a Whether you’re looking for a leisurely mix of well known bar and nightclubs lunch with friends, haute cuisine at a as well as quirky independent taverns high-end hotel, family friendly bistros and stylish lounges, you’ll be sure to or a beachfront location offering al enjoy a great night out. Watch one fresco dining and beautiful sunsets, of our local mixologists create the there really is something for all tastes perfect cocktail or, if you’re feeling and budgets. adventurous, try our local ales! Try foods from around the world or take the time to sample what the local area has to offer. Enjoy international cuisine from tastes of the Mediterranean and Mexican to Asian and Brazilian food - the choice is endless! Alternatively, experience something closer to home with our traditional Dorset cream teas - offering lashings of clotted cream and delicate finger sandwiches - or fish and chips of course!

Did you know? Hot Rocks Restaurant and Cocktail Bar situated right by Bournemouth Pier is themed with a selection of ‘rare surfing memorabilia’ - why not pop in for a unique dining experience, genuine neopolitan wood fired pizza and delicious cocktails.

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Bournemouth Destination Guide 2016