For a lovely surprise on your arrival
We proudly partner with Cape Byron Platters. Helen sources the freshest, local artisan produce and cheese in the area. Order with us.
For coffee first thing
The laid-back and ever popular Top Shop Café just up the lane serves freshly roasted local single origin coffee, and fresh baked goods and burgers. A great spot to people-watch. We love to sit on the porch next to the pink Marzocco and chat with our much loved baristas.
For coffee-to-go at the beach
Beach Restaurant and Kiosk at Clarke’s beach, a short walk away, also offers coffee, fresh juices, and the humble, yet delicious egg & bacon roll.
For brekkie with the kinfolk
Well-loved Bayleaf café is worth the queue for a good brew, brekkie greens, matcha tea or a cold drip. Their takeaway salads are perfect for picnic provisions.
For some of the finest farm-to-table fare in the country
Try Three Blue Ducks at The Farm or Folk (both in Ewingsdale), and Harvest in Newrybar. For the best experience, avoid the weekend crowds.
Innovative, plant-based kitchen and bar, No Bones, is a Bask & Stow fave. Must order the Konjac calamari, duck pancakes, and delectable cocktails.
For a special occasion
Fleet for fine dining (if you manage to get a table) or the front corner table at Rae’s on Wategos at sundown.
For pre and post dinner drinks in the Med
Order mezze or a nightcap at the cool Mez Club.
For foodie pub and oysters
The Balcony, where A-listers frequent.
For lovers of craft beer
Grab a bite and a ‘tasting paddle’ at Stone & Wood’s new brewery, designed by our own Harley Graham Architects.