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Edale has several small eateries and whilst not quite at Michelin star level, offer some good options for visitors and locals alike.

Cooper’s Chippy – Sat next door to Coopers’ Cafe near , offering fresh cooked fish and chips.  Good for : Fish and chip supper
Cooper’s Cafe – Offering cafe fare for walkers, runners, mountain bikers and campers.  Good for : Full english breakfast and a cup of tea
The Old Nags Head – Nestled in the heart of Grindsbrook, you don’t get much more village pub than this.  Good for : Post walk dinner, beer and fire
The Rambler Inn – Up the road from the station, “The Rambler” has standard pub grub and B&B rooms too.  Good for : Beer and chips
The Penny Pot Cafe – Just a few yards from the station and run by the National Trust.  Good for : Coffee and cake