There are few eateries located as perfectly as Bird Rock in Jan Juc is. Sitting right alongside one of the best surf beaches in the Surf Coast, the venue caters to surfers, families and everyone in between. With new owners this year, the notorious restaurant and beach bar has since been reinvented and has even […]
You could be mistaken to think that you have been transported to some good old country pub, but have the convenience of being in the heart of town, surrounded by all of the local night-life! Luke and Adam Richardson invite you to their quality restaurant, cosy public bar and one of the finest beer gardens […]
What is better than great food? Lots of it! With their all you can eat buffet priced from $22, the Gateway Hotel Feast has to be one of the best value venues in town. But it doesn’t end there. The venue also boasts a family-friendly atmosphere where the little ones are always welcome. Our Club […]
Geelong’s newest rustic Northern Italian Restaurant, Caruggi has the whole town buzzing. Situated on the thriving Little Malop Street this beautifully renovated space is the perfect place for a delicious lunch, romantic dinner with someone special or atmospheric supper with friends. Owners Amanda and Massimiliano Magnani have created an authentic menu busting with options. The […]
Pistol Pete’s Food N Blues is the only place in Geelong where you can taste, smell, hear and feel like you’re somewhere in the South of The USA without the costly travel expenses! Drawing from the strong passions for both Blues Music & the cuisine of the Southern States, owner and chef Pete Raimondo travelled […]
Situated on Geelong’s famous Steampacket gardens facing iconic bay, the Wharf Shed Café offers casual waterfront dining with seating for over 350, including sheltered outdoor terraces. During the evening, the Wharf Shed Café is Geelong’s premier meeting place, a great place to relax whilst enjoying the ambiance of true water’s edge dining.
Owning a successful restaurant can be tough, and there are many who just can’t perfect the right vibe to succeed. Two Sugars restaurant owners, Nick and Rosie Criscione and Joe and Silvana Tripodi, seem to have skipped this struggle as their second venue opened on Pakington St a few months ago.
The welcome mat is out at the Sir Charles Darling Hotel, a venue that is sure to leave you with a full belly and a smile on your face. Great food at reasonable prices is what the venue is all about. And there is no skimping either. Good luck finding room for dessert but then again, there is always room for dessert.