Tuck in to a tasty treat!
The Lincolnshire Wolds and Market Towns proudly boasts some of the country's best local producers and is a real foodie heaven for those looking to try some of our delicacies.
Whether you're looking for a bite to eat in a cosy pub, an intimate meal in our award winning restaurants or afternoon tea in a cosy café, we reckon we can tempt any taste bud!
Mention Lincolnshire and you might simply think sausages.
While there's no arguing we do those rather well, there's an incredible spread of local produce and a rich food heritage that's well worth exploring.
Historic market towns like Alford, Caistor, Horncastle, Louth, Market Rasen and Spilsby all have historic produce-packed markets. Spend longer in Louth and explore this gastronomic 'foodie' town with shops selling everything from handmade chocolates to award winning butchers, cheese shops, bakeries and fishmongers. Louth also proudly boasts a Michelin listed restaurant, 14 Upgate, for the prestigious food that it serves.
Fancy a pint in an old gas light office from the 1800's? Not only is The Gas Lamp Lounge an unusual venue, but it's also home to the Fulstow microbrewery, the only place their beer is served.
Just outside Market Rasen next to Willingham Woods you will find Special Edition Chocolates, where you can buy animals, transport and sport novelty chocolate and why not try fantastic flavours like chilli and ginger, as well as special gluten free varieties. http:///www.specialeditionchocolate.co.uk/
Willingham Fayre Ice Cream Parlour and Tearoom is just on the edge of North Willingham where you can try homemade Lincolnshire Wolds Dairy Ice Cream in cones, tubs and sundaes, as well as a variety of homemade hot and cold bites, afternoon tea and children's meals. http://www.willinghamfayre.co.uk
Take a trip out to Three Sisters Vineyard at Claxby where they grow and make their own wine. http://www.threesisters-vineyard.co.uk/