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Pub Guide: The Great Northern Hotel Byron Bay

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New choices or old faves from the Northern.
New choices or old faves from the Northern.

Great value, great tradition

The Northern is right in the heart of the action in Byron Bay. Pop in for that good traditional pub feel. It’s cosy and friendly dining.

You can sit in the sun on the side of Jonson Street and watch the parade of locals and tourists walking by, while noshing on some square meals.

Dining room: Traditional warm and cosy
Menu: Classic pub/modern touch
Specials: Daily blackboard specials
Pricing: Light meals/kids $7–$10; Mains $10–$24
Draw: $10 pub menu lunch/dinner, casual walk-in; entertainment
Open: 7 days 12–3pm and 5–9pm
Address: 35–43 Jonson St, Byron Bay
Contact: 6685 6454
Web: www.thenorthern.com.au

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