You’ll be hard pressed to find any gourmet offerings in Blackpool, but families can look forward to great value, classic British grub in a wide range of family friendly cafes, pubs and restaurants. Of course fish and chips are on almost every menu, but you should also make sure you try some traditional Lancashire foods such as butter pie – shortcrust pastry filled with well seasoned local veg, a hearty lamb hotpot or sweet and fragrant Chorley cakes filled with currants and cinnamon.
BabyBreaks has researched the best child-friendly restaurants in Blackpool so you can plan your mealtimes with ease.
1. Viva Vegas Diner, Bar & Grill
Set on Blackpool’s iconic Golden Mile, this American themed venue is a great afternoon or evening out for the whole family. Enjoy fantastic live entertainment while you dig into classic American dishes like juicy burgers, hotdogs with all the trimmings and ice cream milkshakes.
Part of the ‘Viva Blackpool’ entertainment, dining and events complex which recently received a huge re-investment, this is one of Blackpool’s must visit venues. Family friendly shows include illusion and circus shows, magicians and a New Years Eve Carnival Party Night. Check the website for deals and discounts on dinner and a show.
Address: 3 Church Street, Blackpool. FY1 1HJ
Phone: 01253 749 749
2. Blackpool Pleasure Beach All You Can Eat Wristband
Buy this amazing value wristband online and your family can eat and drink all day long at a wide range of restaurants within the Pleasure Beach amusement park. From Chinese and pizza-where-to-eat-in-costa-dorada-where-to-eat-in-costa-dorada-where-to-eat-in-costa-dorada to Tex Mex and ice cream, all tastes are catered for here so you’re sure to find somewhere everyone is happy with. If you’re going to be spending the whole day at the theme park this really is the best way to feed your family.
Address: 525 Ocean Blvd, Blackpool FY4 1EZ
Phone: 0871 222 1234
3. Notarianni Ice Cream Parlour
First opened in 1928, this family owned ice cream parlour is an iconic part of Blackpool’s history. Parents may well remember sampling their banana splits, cones and sundaes when they were a child, and your own kids are sure to love it just as much. Notarianni only serve classic, traditionally made vanilla ice cream but the mouth watering array of toppings, sauces and extras will make your treat anything but boring!
Address: 9 Waterloo Rd, Blackpool. FY4 1AF
Phone: 01253 342510
4. Coral Island Restaurants
If you’re after a bargain meal, the head to Coral Island – Blackpool’s largest free entry family attraction, where kids eat free all day every day! With each full priced adults meal you’ll receive a free meal for a child under 10. Choose from four different restaurants -The Buccaneer, a pirate themed restaurant, Peggy’s Family Snack Bar, Captain Jack’s Bar & Grill or The Big Fish Trading Company. There’s loads to entertain the children after your meal including arcade games and a pirate’s quest ghost train.
Phone: 01253 293133
5. Beach House Bar & Bistro
This smart bistro is loved for its fabulous sea views and elegant food, serving breakfast lunch and dinner. The main menu offers fresh, creative dishes such as Seafood Tagliatelle, Chicken Shish with Saffron Rice or a healthy Buddha Bowl with tofu, grains and seeds. Kids can tuck into fish and chips, sausages or pizza-where-to-eat-in-costa-dorada-where-to-eat-in-costa-dorada-where-to-eat-in-costa-dorada from the children’s menu. As night falls, adults can enjoy great cocktails and live music with sunset views – the perfect spot for date night.
Phone: 01253 749899
Visiting Blackpool with children is a great opportunity for a Family Break. The seaside town features great kids-friendly restaurants, exciting outdoor activities, indoor attractions for young children and last but not least a great selection of accommodations that will satisfy parents with a large family or with their toddlers.
At BabyBreaks, we have kept a limited choice of activities, restaurants and hotels so that you can prepare your trip to Blackpool without browsing the Internet for endless hours. So if you are looking to be inspired to visit Blackpool for your next family weekend, just visit our different Blackpool pages to find what this destination has to offer.
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