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BBQ launch party at Commune Canteen

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Commune Canteen

Get ready for a day of delicious food, lively tunes, and community fun at the official opening party of Commune Canteen at Habitat Byron Bay.

On Friday, 5 July, from 11.30am till 2pm, the Habitat courtyard will buzz with excitement as the grill fires up, filling the air with the irresistible aroma of BBQ delights. For just $25, indulge in a generous bowl packed with BBQ meat by award-winning family-owned-and-operated Brad’s Butchery, known for its organic products in Byron Bay; wood-fired Suncoast veggies or colourful salads; and warm flatbread – a delicious deal that’s hard to beat.

Adding to the festive atmosphere, Salty Swing will perform a vibrant mix of jazz, bossa nova, soul, and Latin tunes. Plus, ‘happy hour’ drinks will be flowing all day!

Inspired by the home-cooked meals found in Mediterranean townships, the newly-opened Commune Canteen offers an ever-changing menu based on fresh, seasonal, and local ingredients. Operating from Monday to Saturday, 7:30am to 3pm, this new venue promises a blend of Mediterranean-inspired cuisine and community-focused dining. Embracing a canteen-style dining experience, Commune Canteen allows guests to customise their meals using a fill-up tray system with three or five compartments, perfect for mixing and matching. They will also host communal lunches, featuring a long table in the Habitat courtyard laden with shared plates, fostering a sense of community and new friendships.

Don’t miss out on this epic BBQ launch party! Join us at Commune Canteen for a day filled with mouth-watering food, fantastic music, and the best community spirit Byron Bay has to offer. Bring your friends, family, kids, and your furry friends are invited too!

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