Food & Drink in Totnes
The Market Square is the place to be if markets are what you’re looking for. The Totnes Market takes place every Friday and Saturday throughout the year with 70+ stalls selling everything from streetfood and local produce to vintage clothes and collectibles. There’s also a Sunday Food and Craft Market, which is held on the third Sunday of every month. Another regular market is the Charity Elizabethan Market, which celebrates the town receiving a Royal Charter from Queen Elizabeth I. This market is held every Tuesday from May to September. The Totnes Indoor Artisan market is your opportunity to stock up on a range of items from local makers. It takes place on the second Tuesday of every month from April to October in the Civic Hall (in the Market Square). Finally, the renowned Totnes Christmas Market and late Night Shopping events take place on the first three Tuesdays of December with live music and entertainment ensuring a very jolly, festive time for all the family.
There is a whole calendar of events going on at the attractions around the town. Dartington Hall host a summer music programme, as well as regular film screenings, while China Blue in the town centre host a number of events and workshops for you to join in with.
The nearby Sharpham Trust have several events and activities taking place, perfect for those that love wellness breaks!
Food & Drink in Totnes
If you love food and drink, Totnes is the place to be. Not only do you have a vineyard on the doorstep offering tours and the chance to sample incredible local wines, but there are also a host of markets taking place throughout the week with a focus on local produce.
Totnes is known throughout the world for the quality of their local produce and for the commitment the restaurants, hotels and other eateries have to using local ingredients. Totnes has an array of eateries with menus that represent cuisine from around the world and cater for all budgets and tastes.
Dine with a view
Whether you want a meal with a view of Dartmoor or the River Dart, somewhere to eat with the kids or somewhere to catch up with friends over coffee, you’ll find an array of options in Totnes.
If you choose a self-catering stay, you have the perfect excuse to sample a real taste of Totnes! With cafès offering light lunches and homemade cakes and pastries, restaurants with extensive menus and takeaways, allowing you to while away the hours in your cottage or accommodation in front of a roaring fire or out on a veranda enjoying the sunshine without worrying about cooking, you really will be spoiled for choice here.