Byron Bay Restaurants

Enjoy a wide selection of restaurants in and around Byron Bay.

Byron Bay Restaurants

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The Byron Bay region is home to many restaurants and cafes. The main streets for dining in Byron Bay include Jonson Street, Bay Lane, Fletcher Street, Lawson Street and the Arts & Industry Estate. Be sure to explore the wider region including Brunswick Heads, Mullumbimby and Bangalow, plus there are a number of destination eateries dotted throughout the hinterland.

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Foxy Luu's

Fresh Asian street food served in a hip art haven by day and a playful den by night.
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Rae's on Wategos

We offer a stylish mix of dining at the acclaimed Rae’s Restaurant, a laid back yet elegant al fresco dining space. It is the ideal location to host a unique and unforgettable event in the natural and relaxing surrounds of Wategos Beach.
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Warung Bagus Byron Bay

Warung Bagus is Byron Bay's own Bali-inspired cafe and eatery serving all-day breakfast and delectable Indonesian inspired food in a stunning beachfront location.
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di Vino

Di Vino is a Rustic Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar in Byron Bay The menu offers authentic Italian food and drinks including antipasti, mains, sides and gorgeous desserts.
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The Top Shop

A corner store in Byron that makes delicious coffee and food. Focus on local and organic produce. Breakfast + Lunch daily.
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Fig Tree Restaurant

Fig Tree Restaurant, Byron Bay was established in 1981 by Heather and Charly Devlin and has long been famed for its use of seasonal local produce, sourced from the Fig Tree Restaurant’s garden and the fields, paddocks, and ocean surrounding Byron Bay.
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St Elmo Dining Room and Bar

St. Elmo Dining Room & Bar is located in Byron Bay, in northern NSW. St. Elmo is plating up modern Spanish tapas dishes and share plates, inspired by fresh & flavoursome ingredients.
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Safya cafe and restaurant

We are a tight knit family, where we believe in letting the ingredients tell the story. Serving Egyptian inspired food & Specialty Coffee. Our food and drinks are inspired by Egyptian recipes dated back 3 family generations and altered to give it a modern twist.
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Fishmongers Byron Bay

Want to know where to eat in Byron Bay? Come and try our mouthwatering and fantastically fresh North Coast fish, our yummy salt 'n' pepper calamari and our infamous tempura veg.
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Dip Cafe

‘Where it is our pleasure to serve you.’ Dip is a fully licensed day time restaurant in beautiful Byron Bay. Open from 7am to 3pm daily serving breakfast and lunch all day.
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The Cypress Tree

Byron Bay’s Greek Cypriot influenced restaurant located in Bay Lane beside the Beach Hotel. Experience a great atmosphere and amazing food in a BYO and alfresco dining experience.
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Cape Byron Lighthouse Cafe

We have great organic coffee, plus decaf coffee, chai, Tumeric Lattes and a selection of fine local teas. We sell the best ice creams in the world which are locally made each day at "In The Pink" Gelateria in Byron Bay.
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The Balcony Bar & Restaurant

Meters back from legendary main beach, Balcony Bar & Oyster Co sits perched high above the hustle and bustle of Byron Bays busy streets - drop by anytime for a drink with friends and a few oysters or small plates.
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Light Years

Light years is a retro fitted Vietnamese restaurant and cocktail bar serving up modern south east asian fare on a beautiful light filled patio.
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Punch and Daisy

You will find Punch and Daisy Café tucked away at the end of Stuart Street, Mullumbimby. They source most of their ingredients from local farmers and suppliers. Open 7 days for breakfast & lunch.
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