New Quay InnNew Quay Street
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A friendly local situated on the New Quay beach. It is alongside the historic New Quay, which was built in 1821 to tranship granite carried by the Hay Tor granite tramway, Stover Canal and Teign estuary, to ships, for building works in London (London Bridge being one) and elsewhere. The pub, previously called the Newfoundland Fishery, dates from the 17th century. It is open all day, with open mic night on Tuesdays and live bands usually on Fridays & Saturdays.