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Supernatural on Bay Lane: style, cocktails, natural wine and food

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Supernatural’s recent renovation wanted to capture more of the nostalgic vibe of a romantic era.

Looking for a perfect date night? Supernatural, Byron’s hidden gem, is tucked away on Bay Lane, nestled between neighbours Fishmongers and Orgasmic Falafel.

Finding this laneway restaurant and wine bar one could easily think they’ve been caught up in a Woody Allen movie and transported back to 1920s Paris. Supernatural’s recent renovation wanted to capture more of the nostalgic vibe of that romantic era, and the bespoke mirrors – made by local legends at Antique Mirror Glass – teamed with hand-blown vintage glass lighting from Creative Lighting Solutions, really complete the look, giving the space an undeniable air of Europe.

An intimate table for two makes for the most romantic date night – or book a larger table for a fun shared feast with friends…

Supernatural is also the perfect place for solo diners – a seat at Supernatural’s bar has forged many a friendship over the years. It’s the ideal place to dine and enjoy a glass of wine or cocktail after a busy day at work, or continue on from the beach.

Catering for private events of up to 40 guests, Supernatural lends itself to the most fabulous dress up party, with the decor already taken care of! Think Gatsby, speak-easy, Hollywood, even prohibition gangster vibes!

Boasting a selection of the finest natural wines from near and far, an inventive cocktail menu and an ever-growing selection of non-alcoholic options there is literally something for everyone here.

Once you settle in with a drink, the food is the real drawcard. Current favourites are the mushroom ravioli with truffle cream and crystallised pecorino, or the ‘fashion-friendly fried chicken’ (Clunes free-range chicken wings with the bones carefully removed so you can eat with a knife and fork). Almost all of the menu is gluten free so coeliacs can choose to their heart’s content. There are lots of vegan and vegetarian options too, including the ever-popular pink cauliflower florets served with romesco sauce and cashew cheese, or the pan-seared brocollini with tahini dressing and local honeycomb.

Supernatural is open Tuesday to Saturdays from 5pm. Follow on Instagram @supernaturalbyronbay for latest news and events.

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