A GUIDE to more than 120 dining hotspots in Newquay has been created to draw more people to the town.
Created by the Business Improvement District (BID), the 32-page Newquay Food and Drink Guide is published this week and contains a road by road map of the resort’s best eateries and watering holes.
This is the third year the organisation has published the guide, which covers everything from takeaways, bars and clubs to restaurants, tea rooms and coffee shops.
Around 10,000 copies of the Newquay Food and Drink Guide have been printed and will be freely available in hotels, shops and other business premises, as well as the Tourist Information Centre.
Guides are also being distributed to campsites and businesses in the area as far as Perran Sands and Mawgan Porth.
Marketing and PR Assistant Alice Beard said: ‘We’re really pleased with the redesign of the third edition of the Newquay Food and Drink Guide as it gives a real flavour of all the places you can eat and drink, whatever the taste, style or budget. There are so many fantastic eateries and so much choice here in Newquay.”
BID sees Newquay businesses contribute 1 per cent of their rateable value to a central pot, that is used to boost footfall and promote the town locally and nationally.
The guide will also be available to view as a pdf on www.visitnewquay.org or www.NewquayBID.co.uk
It can be found at http://newquaybid.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Final-Food-and-Drink-Guide-for-Web.pdf
For more information contact Emilie Calhaem on 01637 498599 or email firstname.lastname@example.org