Exeter's Jubilee Street Party is the place you need to be on 2nd June! Gather your family and friends around the tables along the high street, get in the patriotic spirit and bring along our own delicious grub from Exeter's foodie businesses. We've made a list of where you can grab a takeaway or click & collect - where will you choose?

*Please note that the consumption of alcohol on the high street and Cathedral Green is not permitted.

City Centre

Queen St Dining

Exeter Quayside

Princesshay

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Exeter's Jubilee Street Party
Jubilee events
Jubilee Street Party

Join us on the High Street, Exeter between 11am and 3pm on Thursday 2nd June to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Princesshay
British
View of Princesshay from the car park

Put Princesshay on your plate with 12 top places to eat, meet and treat. We’re sure you’ll find something to whet the appetite at EATS Princesshay with flavours that span the globe. Not to mention live music, alfresco dining, a great atmosphere and stunning views of Exeter cathedral and the Roman wall.

Luciano's by Luciano Marco Pierre White
Restaurant
Seating at Luciano's

This friendly independent restaurant opened in 2021 and has rapidly become established as a great value favourite destination. From a casual lunch to an informal dinner or a special celebration. The delicously italian themed dishes are cooked to order and offer a range of excellent meat, fish vegetarian and pasta options.

On The Waterfront
Restaurant
On the Waterfront, Exeter - taken from across the Quay

Perched on the edge of the historic Exeter Quayside, we are housed on the ground floor of a magnificent 19th century warehouse. This building and many like it nearby served the booming woollen industry of the mid 19th century.

Queen St Dining
Restaurant
Queen St Dining entrance

From dawn ‘til dusk and to supper and beyond, Queen St Dining is the perfect location for Exeter’s food-loving residents and city visitors to sample the finest fare from local food heroes and unique cuisines in cool casual dining destinations

The Turk’s Head
Pub/Inn
Beers and ales at The Turk's Head

Located in the heart of the city centre next to the Guildhall is one of the regions oldest pubs and a favourite watering hole of Charles Dickens - or so we believe... Recently restored to its former glory, The Turk's Head is back with a bang and ready to showcase the 700+ year history.

Pieminister - Exeter
Restaurant
Brunch at Pieminister

Pieminister is the place to go for award-winning pies in Exeter. With a wide range of pies to choose from (they’ve got over 15 different flavours, including classic, gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan pies!) they really do have something for everyone.

Pho, Exeter
Asian
A selection of Pho dishes

Pho is small and informal yet serves great value, deliciously healthy and authentically prepared Vietnamese food!

The Tiny Tasting Room - South West Coffee Co
Café
Coffee

Our ‘Tiny’ sister cafe in the city - sister to The Tasting Room on Topsham Road and The Undergrad on Bampfylde Street. Seating upstairs in a cozy, art filled environment.

The Undergrad Cafe - South West Coffee Co
Café
Coffee

Our ‘Big Sister’ cafe to The Tasting Room on Topsham Road and The Tiny Tasting Room at the Cathedral (Martins Lane). All our cafes all showcase our wonderful coffee (www.swcoffeeco.com) and provide a range of breakfast, lunch & takeaway options with a friendly vibe.

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