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2018 Good Food Guide Hat winners revealed

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In the 2018 SMH Good Food Guide Awards, there were many local winners. Harvest Newrybar won their hat back, with owner Brook Hudson saying that the win ‘felt as good as the first time’. Harvest are certainly on a roll after winning the award for Australia’s best small wine list recently.

Town (Bangalow), Paper Daisy (Cabarita), Beach (Byron) and Fleet (2 hats) (Brunswick Heads) were other deserving hat winners.


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