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Pub Guide: Bangalow Hotel

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Cheers with 2 Schooners

This is a ‘2 Schooner’-awarded hotel dining room which means they have won (17/20) two years running in the SMH Good Food section Pub Food Guide Awards. Clare Kirkman runs the show, while Jo and husband Adam Thornton (chef) are familiar faces, having run The Rails and the Northern Hotel kitchens.

Dining room: contemporary and casual, inside/outside (opened inside dining)
Menu: Modern Australian/classic pub
Specials: Daily blackboard specials $20–$34 (salt ’n’ pepper squid a speciality)
Pricing: Light meals/kids $7–$11; Mains $16–$26
Draw: All-day family dining, no closure 12–9pm
Open: 7 days for lunch and dinner 12–9pm
Address: 1 Byron St Bangalow
Contact: 02 6687 1144
Web: www.bangalowdining.com

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