Byron Shire Echo issue 35.11 – August 26, 2020
The Byron Shire Echo西甲下注‘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
What’s next? Sun Bottle Shop has the answers
Julian Recsei, Julz to his friends, has worked in several hospitality venues over the last 25 years and in the Byron area over the last 15 years, specialising in bottle shops. What Julz loves most about his work is the... Read More →15 hours ago | The Echo | 0
Everything is in bloom at Jumping Red Ant
Story Kate O’Neill Did you know, more than half of all cut flowers sold in Australia are imported? For roses, the figure could be closer to 90 per cent, according to a recent ABC report. Local grower, Briana Atkin of... Read More →15 hours ago | The Echo | 0
Farmers market comes to the fore
There was a time when the local farmers market was as much about social interaction as it was a source for fresh local produce. Friends would chill out together on bean-bags in the sun while they sipped chai and listened... Read More →15 hours ago | The Echo | 0
It wouldn’t be Fathers’ Day without some Stone & Wood
Do you know what your dad wants for Fathers’ Day? Stone & Wood Brewing reckon they have a few good ideas to help you out. Fathers’ Day is coming up on Sunday 6 September, and this year Stone & Wood... Read More →15 hours ago | The Echo | 0
From Russia and France with love (and deliciousness)
Eve Jeffery Eclair at the Bay is a homemade pastry business entirely dedicated to the creation of contemporary eclairs. After losing his job as a chef in a local restaurant, owing to COVID-19, Pavel Stolarsky got to thinking about what... Read More →8 days ago | The Echo | 0
Is your cafe struggling?
Harris coffee has launched the Harris Cafe Recovery Project – a new scheme for Australian cafe owners nationwide to apply for a share in $1 million worth of support that will assist them in rebuilding, as they return to serving... Read More →8 days ago | The Echo | 0
Tastes you’re missing out on
Story & photo Kate O’Neill About 20 years ago, Rebecca Barnes stumbled across some native raspberries growing wild in the bush. ‘I didn’t even know we had native raspberries. I had no idea at all,’ she said. ‘I thought to myself,... Read More →8 days ago | The Echo | 0
Brookfarm: the surf is well and truly up!
It’s exciting times at Brookfarm, with the launch in September of a new all-natural snack. Pam Brook has been busy in the family kitchen again creating Puffcorn; imagine the light crunchy texture of corn puffs, rolled in coconut butter, and... Read More →8 days ago | The Echo | 0
When all falls into place
Story & photo Kate O’Neill Sometimes in life everything just naturally falls into place, and that’s exactly what happened to Sarah Bourke in 2011. She was working on the Everest fruit and veggie stall at the New Brighton Farmers Market,... Read More →15 days ago | The Echo | 0
Breakfast and lunch at Barrio
Barrio is now open for dinner Thursday and Friday nights and weekdays for breakfast and lunch. You can visit Barrio at Habitat in Byron Bay and sample their new menu, which combines locally sourced produce with classic flavours. The new... Read More →15 days ago | The Echo | 0