Eating Out Guide
Byron Shire Echo 32.15 – September 20, 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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Good Life articles
Workshops at The Farm
There will be a number of workshops at The Farm Byron Bay this weekend 23 and 24 September 2017. Backyard Farming The Heirloom Way celebrates old school farm fresh produce from a garden of any size and will cover backyard chickens, establishing a beehive at home... Read More →2 days ago | Simon Haslam | 0
Dream jobs: Stone & Wood beer run
By Simon Haslam It’s certainly been a very dry start to spring, perhaps even a dream run if you are a beer brewer. Some people would say it’s not exactly a hard life selling beer, but in a bid to... Read More →5 days ago | The Echo | 0
A new place to find shelter in Lennox
By Vivienne Pearson First, let’s get the Three Blue Ducks connection out of the way. All three co-owners of Shelter, new in Lennox Head, have strong connections with Three Blue Ducks (which, to save valuable column inches, will henceforth will... Read More →5 days ago | The Echo | 1
Foxy Luus: Red-light street food
A quirky new eatery opens its freshly painted doors in Byron Bay. Foxy Luu’s combines two exciting faces of Asia, ‘pungent, fresh street food’ and ‘sultry red-light district’. Two years ago, a street merchant in Hanoi called Luu inspired the... Read More →12 days ago | The Echo | 1
New Zealand style hangi lunch at Harvest
Harvest are holding a series of lunches inspired by the great cultural diversity of the Harvest workers. Quite a few of them, including executive chef Bret Cameron, chef Rani Hewson, deli Jo Ralls, barista Tania Strange and gardener Janene Price... Read More →12 days ago | The Echo | 0
A velvet latte anyone?
Story by Vivienne Pearson. Photos by Kirra Pendergast A new addition to the Byron Bay cafe selection is Velvet. Allow murals to be your guide to finding Velvet. The official address is 30 Fletcher Street but its entrance is on... Read More →19 days ago | The Echo | 1
Sample ran a series of events prior to the festival day. These photos are from the opening lunch. Local brewer Stone & Wood supplied the beer but wines on the day were provided by Philip Shaw Wines of Orange, described... Read More →19 days ago | The Echo | 0
Bean to Barista Coffee School
By Vivienne Pearson Funny to think that only 30 years ago a cup of instant coffee was our standard caffeinated beverage and any coffee involving the word ‘international’ was considered downright sophisticated. We are now a nation of coffee afficionados.... Read More →19 days ago | The Echo | 0
What now in native foods?
Davidson’s plums, native raspberries and finger limes – photo Vivienne Pearson By Vivienne Pearson Lemon myrtle, bush tomato, Davidson’s plum, finger lime, Kakadu plum, riberry, quandong, mountain pepper, anise myrtle, wattleseed, mutries, lemon aspen, desert limes. How many of these... Read More →26 days ago | The Echo | 0
Food Festival Frenzy
Story and photos by Vivienne Pearson The leadup to Sample Food Festival 2017 (Sat 2 September) seems like a good time to reflect on the rising popularity of food festivals. To make sure it isn’t just we at The Echo... Read More →August 22, 2017 | The Echo | 0