Mason's Arms - pub in Belhaven High Street, 100yds from 13 Duke Street; excellent food
Central Cafe - great fish and chips in Dunbar's West Port, a mile from Belhaven, via Belhaven High St
The Barns Ness Hotel - Near the station. Sunny Verandah Bar. The main restaurant is panelled with salvage from the Mauretania.
The Hillside Hotel - opposite the Parish Church (worth a visit) and the Medical Centre
Coast Cafe - beside the station. Formerly The Shoestring, now run by the surfers but still opens early for breakfast or snacks to take with you on the train
West Barns Inn - pub about a mile west of Belhaven, live music at weekends
The Rocks about 1 mile from Belhaven - up Back Road which becomes Dunbar's North Road, then first left
Bayswell Hotel - a little nearer Dunbar than The Rocks
Dunbar Leisure Pool for a noisy snack with spectacular views
The Creel - at the corner of Victoria Street and Lamer Street. Small, intimate. Excellent food freshly cooked, locally sourced. Lunch, dinner, or just a glass of wine.
The Volunteer Arms in Victoria Street, named after the Lifeboat crews who have done such wonderful work for nearly two centuries. The food is good, and you can sit outside on a sunny day.
This is an old lifeboat, photographed by my brother Stanley, on a stormy day in March 1988. Now we have a Trent class, see Dunbar RNLI, usually moored in the deeper water at Torness. The inshore rib still lives here.