Residents and visitors to the small market town of Grantham in Lincolnshire will not only find themselves surrounded by points of historical interest, but also by a hugely varied and exciting restaurant scene. Home to the Guildhall Arts Centre, which is located in the heart of the town centre, as well as a vibrant retail scene and superb transport links, Grantham is a diverse and exciting place to live and visit.
Just outside of Grantham are several hugely impressive attractions that draw tourists in all year round; Belvoir Caste is roughly seven miles from Grantham and offers re-enactments, jousting and family events on a regular basis. Woolsthorpe Manor, the birthplace and family home of Sir Isaac Newton is also just seven miles outside the town and offers an interactive science tour around the house and grounds. So whether you are a visitor or a resident, you can use Go dine to find the perfect place for a bite to eat in and around Grantham.
Go dine offers you a comprehensive index of restaurants in Grantham and is designed to make booking tables easy! We’re here to help you find, book and save on your favourite restaurants, or even to discover a new one! You can browse menus, photos and read real diner reviews to help you decided on where to dine. Once you have found the restaurant for you, just book online for free and we’ll do the rest.
With such a huge selection of places to eat in Grantham, why not explore everything that the town has to offer before deciding? If you’re feeling adventurous and want to dine outside of the town centre, why not check out what our other Lincolnshire areas have to offer, all under one roof.
Did you know? The first female police officer was Mrs Edith Smith from Grantham, appointed in November of 1914.