Byron Naturally
Byron Naturally

Dining Byron Bay

  • Pool Competition Hotel Brunswick

    The Hotel Brunswick offers excellent food, cold beers and a friendly-family atmosphere in a leafy, riverfront beer garden.

    Fourteen rooms, some with river views, add vintage charm to this beautifully-restored 1940s building in the heart of Brunswick Heads.

    The Hotel Brunswick … a classic Aussie pub.

     

  • Screen-shot-2012-09-03-at-9.06 Fish Mongers Byron Bay

    Steve and Spresa Vella and their fabulous Fishmonger’s team serve up fantastically fresh North Coast fish at this iconic cafe.

  • Byron Liquor The Cellar

    “The Cellar” liquor stores are conveniently located in the CBDs of Byron Bay, Bangalow and Ballina. We are the largest independent liquor retailers in northern New South Wales and offer the very best local prices backed up by a Price Guarantee.

    We offer extensive wine ranges; local, Australian and imported beers; convenient parking; and specialist advice on liquor supply for events.

  • Verandah The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa

    Be inspired by nature at The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa.

    Set within a stunning 45-acre subtropical rainforest, just moments from Tallow Beach, this multi-award-winning resort provides an idyllic escape in a relaxed atmosphere.

    Enjoy the warm welcome and exceptional service, offering all the special touches you would expect.

  • Outside Earth 'n' Sea Earth ‘n’ Sea

    Earth ‘n’ Sea has been making the best pizzas in Byron Bay since 1976 and is “Famous Throughout The Universe”.

    With our unique wholemeal or gluten-free base and the freshest ingredients, there is just no comparison.

  • Belongil Bistro Belongil Bistro

    In the tranquil surrounds of Belongil, across the road from the beach at the site of the old whaling haulage point dismantled in 1962. Shaded by paperbark trees, Belongil Bistro is a café by day and sophisticated restaurant by night open 6 days per week, closed on Tuesdays.

    Fully licensed, serving all day breakfast, lunches and beautiful dinners Belongil Bistro is open from 7am until late.

  • Harvest Cafe Harvest Cafe

    Open 7 days from 8:30am for breakfast lunch, Dinners on Friday and Saturday evenings.

    Local fresh organic produce showcased.

    Alfresco dining on spacious rambling veranda´s.

    Restaurant set in a charming, early 1900´s historic cottage with a cozy fire and elegant bar in the Byron Hinterland.

    A recently re-furbished 99 year old bakery adjoins the Harvest, the Old Bakery offers Byron the most elegant function room ready for all occasions.

    Fully Licensed.

    Abundant Local Produce, Seasonal Excitement.

  • FishHeads Fishheads Restaurant & Takeaway

    Fishheads Restaurant and Takeaway prides itself on fresh, quality seafood and friendly, knowledgeable service, for a dining experience you won’t forget.

    Located on the waterfront in Byron Bay.

    With daily specials, we are open 7 days for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

  • thebalcony The Balcony Bar & Restaurant

    The iconic Balcony Bar & Restaurant, situated in the heart of downtown Byron Bay, is a favourite for locals and visitors alike. Famous for its eclectic décor and rustic charm, you can enjoy this unique setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or just drop in for a coffee or a cocktail.

  • Beers Stone & Wood Brewing Company

    We established Stone & Wood Brewing Company in Byron Bay in 2008 after many years of working in the beer business. Our dream was to quit ‘working for the man’, shed the corporate garbage and get back to basics.

  • Fantastic Service Trevor Mead Quality Meats

    Do you remember what it was like to walk into a butcher shop and to be greeted by name?

    Or offered the freshest produce?

    Or have your purchases wrapped in a paper bag and then have the door opened for you when you leave?

    At Trevor Mead Quality Meats, you can re-live that experience.

     

  • Raes Rae’s on Watego’s

    Heralded as one of Australia’s most exquisite and unique accommodation experiences, Rae’s on Watego’s is a luxury, 7-room boutique hotel with spa and à la carte restaurant.

    Situated on the absolute beachfront at Wategos Beach, it is a truly exotic and unforgettably romantic Byron Bay retreat.

     

  • West View Byron Beach Cafe

    Perfectly positioned on absolute beach frontage, the Byron Beach Café offers indoor and outdoor dining with spectacular views.

    This local icon is a breezy café by day, a destination restaurant by night, and a stunning event venue.

    The café opens daily for breakfast and lunch, seven days a week, as well as summer dinners.

     

  • Peppers-Coorabell-Retreat Peppers Coorabell Retreat

    Peppers Coorabell Retreat is a stunning haven nestled amongst 66 acres of lush sub-tropical rainforest hinterland just 15 minutes from Byron Bay.

    This stylish retreat is perfect for indulging in a short escape with a special someone, family or group of close friends. It also provides an ideal venue for special occasions including weddings, executive retreats and conferences.

  • Front View Beach Hotel

    Byron Bay is Australia’s favourite beach resort and the Beach Hotel is Byron’s favourite pub – where every day is a holiday.

    Eat in our award-winning beer garden, watch a band on stage, peruse our bottle shop or stay in one of our 25 luxurious suites.

    Experience the classic Byron beach holiday.

  • red-ginger Red Ginger Asian Food and Home

    Stepping through the doors of Red Ginger is like entering the lanes of old Shanghai and finding everything you would expect and more.

     

  • O Sushi O Sushi

    Modern authentic Japanese restaurant, winner of the favourite Japanese restaurant all over Australia in the 2010 “I Love Food” awards.

    Guided by a philosophy that incorporates traditional values of providing the best possible service combined with fresh wholesome and very healthy food.

  • Buddha Bar Byron Bay Brewery & Buddha Bar Restaurant

    The Byron Bay Brewery offers several bar areas, a beer garden, premium beer, food, wine, live entertainment and huge plasma screens for all major sporting events. The Buddha Bar / Restaurant seats over 300 people and blends the old with the new at one of Byron Bay’s most iconic locations.

  • Buddha Toby Hero Icon_small Crystal Castle

    Visit the enchanting Crystal Castle.

    Wander the magical gardens of mystic statues, walk the ancient labyrinth, and marvel at the exquisite jewellery, crystals and treasures on offer.

    Indulge in local produce and coffee as you relax, breathing in the hinterland views, while the children play. Inspiration, tranquility and breathtaking beauty await. Enrich your spirit!

Byron Bay is a unique destination that perfectly blends the best in chic urban influence with colourful individuality and an always laid-back coastal vibe. It’s stunningly beautiful, yet always welcoming, and its cuisine will make an impression on even the most worldly of gastronomes. With the outstanding array of nearby farms, vineyards, and orchards, Byron Bay's restaurants, cafes, and stalls often place an emphasis on locally sourced and seasonal food. The result? Great quality eats made with fabulously fresh ingredients.

Byron Bay's impressive range of dining options means that travellers of all budgets and culinary preferences will find something to suit. The fine dining options available will have epicureans experiencing a foodie epiphany, while the fast-food and takeaway options might be exactly the sort of comfort food hungry surfers need after a hard day of activity in the water. There are plenty of kid-friendly options, and vegetarians and the gluten-avoidant will find all sorts of appropriately tasty bites on offer. Many of the hotel restaurants serve up quality snacks all day long. If a bowl of cereal just won't cut it in the morning, seek out one of these venues for a hearty buffet breakfast. If you like some entertainment with your meal, you'll be pleased to discover that many of Byron Bay's restaurants and cafes offer live music performances.

Those with global tastes will be able to travel the world without having to travel more than a block, as Byron Bay's restaurants include everything from British-style fish and chips to traditional wood fired pizzas, zesty Thai and spicy Mexican delights. Still not satisfied? How about Tapas, Seafood, Italian, Japanese, Italian or Modern Australian? And not only are international cuisines abundant In Byron Bay, you’ll also find the range is fresh, delicious and innovative.

For something romantic, there are a number of wonderful options where you can wine and dine by candlelight with breathtaking views of the coast or Hinterland. What better way to take advantage of Byron Bay’s striking natural beauty than with a delicious meal overlooking the beach, rolling hills or lush rainforest?  Some of the most delectable bites can be found at the luxury resorts of the region. Byron at Byron restaurant is situated in the first class resort of the same name, and guests can dine with spectacular views of the adjacent rainforest. And at the exclusive Rae’s on Watego’s, the wonderful a la carte restaurant is situated right on the beachfront.

Byron Bay's cafes are a great pick for casual dining or a quick coffee (be sure to try the excellent organic beans). One popular spot is The Byron Beach Café on Clarke Beach. It’s open early morning through to the evening, and you can enjoy the fresh sea breeze and long reaching views of the beach and wide expanse of blue Pacific Ocean Another alternative is to grab some takeaway from the attached kiosk and settle in the adjacent park or on the beach.
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Don’t forget the pubs, where you’ll discover that pub grub has evolved into truly tantalising treats for the taste buds. One long-standing favourite is The Buddha Bar & Restaurant in the Old Piggery Building. Devour generous serves of internationally inspired fare that tastes great, and is great value. It’s part of the Byron Bay Brewery, so consider sampling a local brew while you’re there.  And no visit to Byron Bay is complete without a trip to Beach Hotel overlooking Main Beach and at the tip of Jonson Street. It’s a Bryon Bay institution with gorgeous views, and great food – what more could you ask?