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Nestled in the stunning Byron hinterland awaits the perfect Sunday experience, Friday Hut Dining. In 2018, local chefs Joe Griffin, from Joe Chef, and Matt Donohoe, from Grapevine Catering, with the support of their respective partners Lauriann Griffin and Laura Fry, reopened the doors to Possum Creek’s original schoolhouse that dates back to 1911. Combining their passion to create a unique experience in this beautiful location, while showcasing the incredible local produce our area has to offer, in new and wholesome ways, has seen the popularity of their Sunday lunches grow.

Their philosophy to create dishes from seasonal, local produce, with minimum waste, is present in the five-course Sunday degustation lunches they have on offer. With a weekly changing menu that is created around the best ingredient the local farmers markets have on offer, and an optional wine pairing, the Sunday tasting menu is a one-of-a-kind lunch that isn’t to be missed.

At Friday Hut Dining you’ll be served by a team of professional staff that believe in the passion and philosophy that the restaurant is based on. The team take pride in sharing their knowledge of both the food and beverages in a relaxed manner that will make you feel at home while presenting you with service that will ensure you get the best out of your experience.

Located just five minutes from the centre of Bangalow and 20 minutes from Byron, and with a free shuttle within the Byron Shire, this is the perfect place to treat yourself and your loved ones to the best the area has to offer in respect to location, food, and service.

Friday Hut Dining

P: 0459 617 129

W: www.fridayhutdining.com.au

I: @fridayhutdining


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