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Barrio now open every Sunday

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If you’re already dreaming about the weekend, how does spending a long lunch at Barrio Eatery & Bar sound?

Owing to an increased demand for more leisurely Sunday dining in Byron Bay, Barrio have decided to open their doors every Sunday for a long and lazy lunch from 11.30am–3pm.

Indulge in the new summer menu created by chef Santiago Socrate, which features swordfish ceviche with finger lime; Bangalow pork chop with guindillas, capers and lemon; market fish cooked over coal with smoked butter beurre blanc; grilled market greens, labne, guanciale, preserved lemon; charred Wagyu beef with condiments, and Basque cheesecake with caramel.

Barrio: at Habitat,
1 Porter St, Byron Bay
barriobyronbay.com.au


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