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Pub Guide: Beach Hotel Byron Bay

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Spring menu showcases local produce at the Beach Hotel, Byron Bay.
Spring menu showcases local produce at the Beach Hotel, Byron Bay.

Water with your meal

This hotel isn’t exactly a wallflower. Many love and patronise this pub. Here the spring menu showcases local produce. Headed up by local chef Shane Morrit, the new team has sourced produce from the local northern rivers region. Try some on the Producers Plate listed on the menu.

Dining room: Beachy, relaxed and informal; extensive seating
Menu: Fresh daily local produce, modern touch, classic items
Specials: Daily blackboard specials
Pricing: Light meals/kids: $7–$16 Mains $18–$32 (Sunday surcharge)
Draw: Fabulous views, ample space, plush accommodation, entertainment
Open: 7 days from 8am, coffee and breakfast; a full lunch and dinner menu till late each day.
Address: Bay Street, Byron Bay
Contact: 6685 6402
Web: www.beachhotel.com.au

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