The Prom Cafe
The Prom Café is located on Weymouth’s promenade, overlooking the award-winning sandy beach. It’s the ideal place to pick up takeaway food and drinks while strolling along the Georgian seafront, or for picnics on the sand.
The café has a 5* Food Hygiene rating and prides itself on a delicious menu, which features a range of fresh ingredients and produce from the local area.
At the moment the café is open for takeaways only, in line with the National lockdown. When it’s possible, an outside seating area will be available for customers, offering a sunny spot to relax and enjoy views of the sheltered bay.
The café is currently serving a reduced menu, including a range of locally sourced teas, coffees, cakes and ice creams.
The menu will be expanding over the coming weeks. We’ll continue to source local ingredients and produce wherever possible, with a focus on sustainability and reducing waste.
Are you a local supplier of products or services you’d like to tell us about? Get in touch.
Opening hours are weather dependant, so may vary. Hours will change throughout the year to meet demand.
|Monday||10am to 4pm|
|Tuesday||10am to 4pm|
|Wednesday||10am to 4pm|
|Thursday||10am to 4pm|
|Friday||10am to 4pm|
|Saturday||10am to 4pm|
|Sunday||10am to 4pm|
For all enquiries, call us on 01305 239837.
Have you got a suggestion for our new catering service? Tell us what you think.
Our goal is to offer a year-round seafront service that works to benefit the whole community.
We’ll reinvest the income and use it for projects and services that improve our local area for residents and visitors. These include our play areas and other public facilities, parks, support for local community groups and more.
We’re committed to providing services that represent good value and meet the needs of our residents. Increasing our own income can help us to sustain our precept in the face of rising service costs and any potential cuts in funding.
As we are an accredited Real Living Wage employer, staff at both sites will earn a wage they can live on, not just the government minimum.