Chesterfield occupies an enviable location nestled between Sheffield, Mansfield, Nottingham, Derby and the Peak District. In close proximity to the M1 motorway as well as being just a fifteen minute drive from picturesque Chatsworth Park, Chesterfield is a fantastic place to visit whether you’re planning on doing a little sightseeing, shopping or just looking for a great place to eat.
Chesterfield is famous for the unique and unusual ‘Crooked Spire’ of its Parish Church. The 228 foot Spire ‘leans’ 9feet and 5 inches from its true centre. Visitors to the area can venture up the spire and discover why the spire is so crooked, or if they prefer to keep their feet on the ground, Chesterfield is home to one of the biggest open air markets in the country. For those looking to enjoy a little country air, Chatsworth House is just a twenty minute drive away in Bakewell. With so much to see and do there’s no doubt that you’ll be getting a little peckish during your time in this vibrant market town, so why not have a look through our collection of restaurants in Chesterfield to ensure you enjoy the perfect lunch or dinner.
With a fantastic selection of traditional pubs, restaurants, bistros and bars in Chesterfield, choosing the perfect place to dine can seem like a mammoth task but thanks to Go dine – your local restaurant guide, you’ll be able to find, book and save on your favourite restaurants, or even discover a new one! On this page you’ll find a list of restaurants in Chesterfield complete with photos, menus, real diner reviews and offers. Once you’ve found a venue that suits your needs you can book online for free, we’ll even send you email or text message confirmation, or call the restaurant direct on the number on their page.
There’s never been a better time to check out what Chesterfield has to offer, but if you’re looking for some inspiration why no browse our other Peak District restaurants.
Did you know? Chesterfield’s open air market has been going since at least 1165, when the Sheriff of Derbyshire recorded and account of £1 2s 7d from the market.