Eating Out Guide
Byron Shire Echo 31.45 – April 19, 2017
The Byron Shire Echo‘s Good Taste eating out guide is a comprehensive, convenient listing of restaurants, cafes and dining venues in the Byron Shire and beyond. Looking for good food and a place to eat out? Find it quickly and easily here.
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Story and photo by Vivienne Pearson Ready for a word-association game? I say (okay, type) a word and you say the first word that comes into your mind. Here we go… Me: Vegan food. You: … Okay, let me guess.... Read More →1 hour ago | The Echo | 0
Bucha (that’s Kombucha) of Byron
By Vivienne Pearson If someone is reading this story out loud to you, you would be forgiven for thinking that this is a story about a new place to buy meat. But see it written and you think kombucha, the... Read More →1 hour ago | The Echo | 0
All in the design
Story and photos by Vivienne Pearson The importance of design in cafes and restaurants What is the most important factor in deciding where to eat out? The menu, the wine list, or maybe the friendliness of the staff who greet... Read More →1 hour ago | The Echo | 0
The delicious looking cupcake in front of me would have been eaten ages ago, had I not known its full ingredient list.One week ago | The Echo | 0
Just as I was finishing my mulligatawny soup in the hotel dining room, the small, crumpled pianist who’d been thumping out Cole Porter on the upright in the corner – or was it America from West Side Story? Rachmaninoff? Impossible to tell. Suddenly he appeared by my side.One week ago | The Echo | 1
Last Tuesday, 11 April, hundreds of Mullumbimby locals flocked to a ‘pizza night’ fundraising event in support of Lismore flood relief.One week ago | The Echo | 0
Commercial Boutique Hotel: just one reason to visit Tenterfield.
The Commercial Boutique Hotel Tenterfield is renewed vision of the original 1940s Art Deco Commercial Hotel, reopened in September 2014 after being closed for eight years.One week ago | The Echo | 0
Harvest’s $20,000 fundraiser
Thank you to all the people who saw the publicity in The Echo and went to Harvest in Newrybar. $20,000 was raised for Lismore flood victims.One week ago | The Echo | 0
Did you have a good time?
By: Robert Dessaix In medieval Europe a knight’s return from pillaging foreign lands was the occasion for swooning and wonderment. He regaled anyone he could buttonhole with tales of derring-do and outlandish local customs. When pilgrims got back from an... Read More →14 days ago | The Echo | 1
Angela Catterns (pictured) will host the Northern Rivers Food Harvest Festival from Friday 5 May till Sunday 7 May. The opening will be at the newly opened Cape Byron Distillery on a farm with regenerated rainforest, the home of Brookie’s... Read More →14 days ago | The Echo | 0