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Pub Guide: The Rails

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Modern and fresh combos at The Rails.
Modern and fresh combos at The Rails.

The Rails Kitchen

If you dislike awesome food, despise friendly locals and live entertainment and are repulsed by relaxed and easygoing surrounds then the Rails kitchen is not for you. This is the state of things at the Rails dining all the time. Along with the chillin’, try half roast chicken, tarragon butter or a peppered roo fillet with roast beet, roquette, goats cheese and walnuts or the fish of the day with wasabi mash, miso broth and steamed greens.

Dining room: Beer garden, family friendly, inside/outside
Menu: Modern Australian/classic pub
Specials: Daily blackboard $18–$25
Money: Light meals/kids $5–$10; Mains $14–$18
Draw: Live music, great value food, walk-in dining, kid/family friendly
Open: 7 days for lunch and dinner, 12–9pm
Address: 86 Jonson Street, Byron Bay
Contact: 6685 7662
Web: www.therailsbyronbay.com

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