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Byron Bay Restaurants

Byron Bay just keeps getting better! We’ve previously brought you our Byron Bay edit which included some long established favourites, but after a few more recent visits, it’s time to reveal some of the new comers making a mark on this chilled town.



The bar has been raised in Byron Bay with the opening of stylish modern Italian restaurant Cicchetti, which takes its name from the Italian meaning of ‘tapas’. Serving up a broad ranging menu from bar snacks, antipasti and pasta with highlights such as butternut pumpkin house made gnocchi with taleggio cheese sauce, toasted almonds and spiced wine reduction accompanied by a well crafted wine list.

19/20, 108 Jonson Street, Byron Bay ph: 02 6685 6677

The Roadhouse

A café by day, the venue morphs into an intimate whisky bar and restaurant by night. Sourcing seasonal, local and organic produce, The Roadhouse’s talented chefs seek to highlight the freshest of flavours, evident in café style breakfasts like Buckwheat pancakes sweetened with cane juice topped with grilled banana, Tenterfield strawberries and local organic cultured yoghurt.

6/142 Bangalow Rd, Byron Bay ph: 02 6685 5601.

Frankie Brown Café

Owned by singer Pete Murray, you might just catch a live performance by the Byron local. Named after his pet kelpie, the venue showcases local live music 5 nights a week. With a menu designed for sharing and using only premium spirits and the freshest local and organic fruit juices and produce to create their cocktails, settle in for the afternoon with some coastal cool tunes.

32 Lawson Street, Byron Bay ph: 02 6680 7474


Pizza Bar Byron

If you’ve hit the Byron nightlife a little hard, the best hangover cure is Pizza and this is no ordinary Pizza Bar. Pizza Bar Byron is the little sister to Italian at the Pacific and presents traditional pizza in a chic, contemporary setting and is now fully licensed & offers takeaway.

95 Johnson Street, Byron Bay ph: 02 6685 5010

Miss Margarita

Opposite the Beach Hotel you wonder why this little gem didn’t exist earlier? With a super fun vibe and great tunes this quirky cantina serves up all your Mexican fiesta favourites and cool cocktails just seconds from the beach. This casual diner is good for families with children too.

2 Johnson Street, Byron Bay ph: 02 6685 6828 

Whether you’re looking for an intimate getaway, group getaway or family fun, we have the perfect Byron Bay accommodation selection for your next Byron holiday.

Images: Cicchetti, Pizza Bar
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