Barrio Byron 

In celebration of their alcohol licence, Barrio Byron Bay are now open Wednesday nights and are offering a special picadas menu (Argentinian tapas) from Wednesday till Saturday, 3–5pm. Feast on head chef Fransisco Smoje’s new menu, which includes empanadas, charcoal chicken sliders and seaweed salt popcorn, and pair with a Smoked Carrot Margarita or Sherry Negroni cocktail creation by co-owner and bar manager Dan Wylie. Delish!

Coming up: ‘Ginner’ a celebration of Barrio dining paired with Brookie’s gin cocktails. Canapés, 2 courses and sides with matching Brookie’s drinks Wed 18 July at 6pm $69.

Barrio, 1 Porter St, Byron Bay.

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