Try these 5 Foodie Road-trips out of Byron Bay | The EDIT
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5 Foodie road-trips within an hour of Byron Bay …
Halcyon House, a leisurely 30-minute drive from Byron has become a bit of a phenomenon of late. Previously an outdated motel, the resort hotel and it’s adjacent poolside restaurant Paper Daisy have won the attention of both locals and curious out-of-towners alike for its elegant interior design, award-winning food and excellent cocktails. 21 Cypress Crescent, Cabarita Beach NSW 2488 | Ph (02) 6676 1444 | www.halcyonhouse.com.au
Federal Doma Cafe
Located approximately 20 kms from Byron Bay, this modern Japanese / Australian fusion cafe is a scenic drive through the Byron hinterland to the pretty village of Federal. Think rustic wooden share tables, pared back Japanese styling, a strange, yet beguiling mix of standard cafe food (Bacon & Egg Rolls) and ridiculously good, authentic Japanese cuisine.
3 Albert St, Federal NSW 2480 | Ph (02) 66884711
The lovingly restored historic building that houses Harvest Deli sits beside the restaurant and bakery, surrounded by lush, organic vegetable gardens and flowers. Shelves are stocked with local and international artisan products, including the Harvest Deli’s own offerings. Take a seat outside to people watch with a coffee and house-baked pastry or stock up and sit in the beautiful garden with a picnic hamper filled with foodie delights.
18-22 Old Pacific HWY, Newrybar NSW 2479 | Ph (02) 6687 2644
The Belle General serves up excellent Allpress Espresso coffee with gluten and dairy free “clean eats” on the menu. This is Brunch heaven within a short, 15-minute drive from Byron, along the scenic coast road where you’ll find a cool little beachside cafe with a sophisticated take on healthy eating. Let’s just say everything that comes out of the kitchen is very Instagram friendly – beautifully presented food made with love.
12 Shelly Beach RD, East Ballina NSW 2478
Il Carretto Pizza at Clunes
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Every Thursday, Il Caretto, makers of divine wood-fired pizza, set up their mobile Pizza shop at Clunes Cafe – located a 25-minute drive out of Byron. To add to the magic the Clunes Store & Cellar are right next door (one of the best in the region) where you’ll find owner Jarrad Dixon’s range of Jilly’s Wines – a must-try, they are ridiculously good. Enjoy an afternoon of excellent pizza, superb wine or a local craft beer to wash it down with. From 5 pm
33 Main St Clunes, NSW 2480
M.0403806849 to order or reserve pizza bases