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August 3, 2021

Harvest lunches all week

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Harvest is now open for lunch, seven days a week, and are open for dinner Wednesday to Saturday. The team is excited to be able to finally offer lunch all week long. Although the restaurant is open for dinners Wednesday through to Saturday, reserve a table a couple weeks out as spots fill up quick.

The historic wood-fired bread oven was in dire need of some love. With over 118 years of baking bread, it needed a modern update. Starting in early May, Sam Fraraccio from The Brick Chef (Instagram: @thebrickchef) started renovations, meticulously removing bricks, one by one. He worked tirelessly to update the oven with modern-day materials and technologies in order to maximise its efficiency, while still paying respect to its important part in the region’s history. 

Every fortnight on a Friday afternoon it’s Fun Friday with live music! Each week Harvest be hosting a new producer, serving up something special from their chefs, and a local musician will be playing tunes that are sure to get you dancing. With a focus on community, this family friendly event combines good food and beautiful music.

Harvest now offers accommodation; nestled in the Bangalow Hinterland, just 10-minutes’ drive from Harvest Restaurant and charismatic Bangalow village is Harvest House. It’s a private hilltop hideaway within easy reach of Byron Bay’s idyllic beaches and serves as a serene home-base from where one can venture out to enjoy the Byron hinterland.

Newrybar will be celebrating this year’s NAIDOC Week at the Harvest Bakery. This special evening of culture, art, music, and connection will feature a local art auction with works from local artists Mel Ladkin, Kate Constantine, Nickolla Clark and many others, with auctioneer Robert Bleakley.

Come enjoy their glowing sunset bar from 4–6 pm Wednesday–Friday for aperitifs, snacks and sliders at the Harvest Restaurant.

Visit www.harvest.com.au to explore the many events being hosted at Harvest, from tea tastings, to kids and adults pasta making workshops, to life drawing classes, they have something happening for everyone up there in Newrybar!

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