The Beach House

City Centre · Bar · $$$$
Excellent
5.0/6
302 Reviews

About The Beach House

Please note that bookings are available for food only. Please bear this in mind when you make your reservation.

With its location right on Blackpool’s beachfront, The Beach House offers spectacular views across the Irish Sea making it the perfect venue to celebrate a special occasion or for a romantic date. Attracting tourists and locals alike, this stylish bar and bistro brings a bit of upscale dining to Blackpool’s promenade within easy reach of the city centre, and with breakfast, lunch and dinner options as well as small tapas plates on the menu, The Beach House is a popular choice both day and night.

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Chef's Choice

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Starters

Terrine of local game

Peashoots, red onion marmelade

Minestrone of rohbust red peppers

Finished with cream, rustic bread

Baked gratin of seafood

Wine infused seafood, garlic, fresh herbs, creamy cheese topping
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Mains

French breast of chicken

Creamy brie and leak filling, pomme mousseline, rose wine and sunblush tomato infusion

Pan seared seabass

Dressed herb salad of fennel, orange and lemon

Chargrilled meat selection

Special rice, portobello mushroom, tomato, tarragon cream sauce
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Desserts

Mint infused chocolate mousse

Ginger thin topped with mint choc chip ice cream

Pudding of bread and butter

Cinnamon, glazed apricot syrup

A Christmas mess

Berries, nuts, meranguie, whipped cream, chocolate hazelnut drizzle

Further Information

Situated in the iconic Festival House building on Blackpool’s promenade, not only does The Beach House boast a special ambience inside of the restaurant with its stylish decor, but breathtaking views across the Irish Sea too, making it the ideal place for a special meal or to share some tapas and a bottle of wine while basking in the scenery with friends. Some of the small tapas-style plates on the menu at this city centre hotspot include swordfish skewers, calamari with chilli mayo, patatas bravas and baked halloumi, while the lengthy list of specially hand-selected fine wines serve as the perfect accompaniment to them.

Specialising in seafood – no surprise given this bar and bistro’s location – there’s an abundance of maritime dishes on offer at The Beach House, as well as brunch options, pizzas, pastas and sharing boards on the menu. With its prime location right on the promenade, The Beach House draws in crowds of both Blackpool locals and tourists. Make a reservation in advance to snag one of the best tables at this stylish city centre bar and bistro.

302 Reviews

"Excellent"6/6
Jemma M.6 days ago · 1 review

Love coming here for a lovely meal and drinks, staff are brilliant and always very helpful. Very clean and lovely having music and live band

"Excellent"6/6
Emily C.7 days ago · 1 review

Excellent atmosphere, reasonably priced considering the sea views and exclusivity. Would definitely return, romantic setting or great for just friends going for drinks. Food was exceptional.

"Excellent"6/6
Emma W.9 days ago · 1 review

Been a few times now and as always our food was Lovely, the setting is beautiful and our waiter was just fab (clearly made for the hospitality industry) x

"Excellent"6/6
Janiss D.14 days ago · 1 review

What a gorgeous place! Great food, fab cocktails and friendly staff. The location is awesome and the atmosphere is wonderful. Highly recommend. A fabulous night out!

"Excellent"6/6
David U.10 months ago · 1 review

Prior to a recent weekend visit to Blackpool, we'd found the Beach House online and booked for dinner on the Saturday night. That actually ended up being a third visit, as we had lunch there on the Friday and Saturday as well! The Beach House is the only quality restaurant on the promenade that overlooks the beach, and the atmosphere and service was relaxed and friendly both day and night. The menu is wide (wider at night) and varied: for lunch we enjoyed tapas one day, then fish and chips the next, and for dinner, beef sliders and a tropics-inspired pineapple rice dish with chicken and beef, all interestingly presented. The evening atmosphere was enhanced by gentle live music, creating a sophisticated, but cosy, beach bar vibe. Wish we lived closer to Blackpool to enjoy the Beach House on a regular basis.

"Excellent"6/6
David C.2 months ago · 2 reviews

We have dined there before so would always be returning. This time we had 2 friends who had never visited The Beach House. We dined Friday 5th May at 1900 hrs.......It was loud i.e 'lively' with a great buzz and feel in the atmosphere (some may not like that ? so it's personal preference...we did like it :)...very busy too. The staff were polite, helpful and attentive despite seemingly been rushed off their feet. The food was as before, very good with choices to suit everyone...what's not to like ?. Great choices of drink, some on the expensive side some may feel but the location, views of the Tower and the most gorgeous evening 'Sunset' is worth every penny. Highly recommended still ! and we will visit again - Thank you :)

"Great"5/6
David C.a year ago · 2 reviews

We returned to the Beach House having previously only had drinks. As before, the premises was top class and such a welcome to Blackpool's re-invented 'front'. It is clearly a popular venue given the high amount of people dining so early booking is recommended !! The staff were very professional and polite and the solo guitar player made it a pleasant atmosphere. The menu had something for everyone, I had the 'mixed kebab platter for 1', my wife has the 'Pineapple Rice' and our close friend had the Fish & Chips...all were very pleased with the quality of food, presentation and range of drinks. We sat inside whilst eating then sat outside to watch the best ever 'sunset' into the late evening hours with more drinks. The owner presented himself on occasions asking if everything was OK.....which it was in the main and we will certainly return again for sure. The only issue that has made this review a 5 and NOT a 6 is that the service was disorganised and we ended up waiting a considerable time for ordered drinks and food. Let me explain, (waiting anything over 30-45 mins just for drinks/food is unacceptable), as I said, the staff were excellent !! however, there needs to be a duty manager keeping an 'overview' of the structure and organisation of 'service delivery' and it is this clear lack of management that evening that let the venue down. That said, we will come back again without doubt. Thank you for a very enjoyable evening overall.

"Excellent"6/6
Julia F.a year ago · 1 review

The Beach House is a wonderful venue to eat or drink, the views are outstanding day or night. You really see Blackpool at its best. The Sun Lounge is lovely and warm even at this time of year. The food is superb with a really tasty Tapas menu to enjoy too - highly recommended. Staff couldn't be more helpful or polite, all of the time, and nothing is too much trouble. Find ourselves back there time after time and the whole family love it.

"Excellent"6/6
Jayni P.a year ago · 1 review

Elegance, Style, Class and A View. This is how I'd describe The Beach House. Food was exceptional and the Cocktails kept us there until midnight!! The place has a great vibe and turns into a bar more then a restaurant after 11. Staff are friendly and polite too. And the Live Music that night made our evening what it was. I wish I could spend every Saturday night there. It's hands down, my favourite destination in Blackpool!!

"Good"4/6
Ray W.a year ago · 1 review

Visiting on a cold January evening we found the Beach House to be a welcoming drop of luxury in an otherwise baron Blackpool. Heaters were positioned throughout the outside conservatory doing a very good job. Service was polite, professional and un rushed which really impressed both my wife and I. The menu was a combination of tapas and pleasant European dishes which was wonderful. The Continental plater made a fantastic starter for two but could easily have be eaten as a main course. Sadly I had just one issue which didn't really spoil our visit but left us feeling a little disappointed. That was the price of the drinks. £10 for a Long Island Ice Tea & £7 for a large wine really pushed the bill up. £75 for two dinners sharing a starter and not eating deserts nor coffee is at the upper end of our budget. We returned again with friends on the Saturday evening and chose to sit inside. The food was wonderful yet again but buying a bottle of wine to share between the four of us was an inspired choice. Bringing the bill down to £45 per couple. All in all the Beach House is a stunning restaurant that I would have no hesitation in recommending to dinners who love great service & delicious food in a very modern setting.

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