The Cupping Room is a concept café designed to take you on a flavour journey and is Canberra’s very own place of coffee worship. The team, including world champion barista Sasa Sestic, know how to create the perfect brew.
Canberra & the Region Farmers Market is the largest regional markets in the Southern Tablelands. Be lured by the smell of freshly ground coffee, the reassuring dirt on the potatoes, honey still warm from the hive, oranges beaming in the sun and the hum of chatter between the producers and their customers.
Graze in this beautifully refurbished 1865 country pub. Grazing at Gundaroo, an award-winning restaurant offers seasonal and organic food together with local produce such as yabbies, Bungendore beef or locally farmed silver perch.
Mount Majura Vineyard is a dynamic boutique winery and vineyard, and named Canberra District’s ‘Start Cellar Door’ by Gourmet Traveller Wine Magazine. Mount Majura is a leader in the Canberra District for Spanish varieties such as Tempranillo.
Tipsy Bull - Like a bull in a china shop, their passion for classic dining and fine dining is out of control. Their deconstructed gin and tonic is a must try!
Marble & Grain offers a true gastronomic journey and dynamic delight for the senses. This European Steakhouse Gastro Pub has a paddock to the plate philosophy, with a menu infused with passion and love, using only the best local and Australian produce.
At 80/20 their philosophy is simple, whether you're being 80% mindful or indulging in the cheeky 20, at 80/20 food they are 100% behind you!
Further down Lonsdale Street is Rye Café. They like the good things in life, and you will fresh, simple and delicious food, and great coffee.
Pialligo Estate Farmhouse is a feast for the senses; a sensational food, wine and lifestyle destination. Set on 86 acres with river frontage to the Molonglo, the Estate offers magnificent panoramic views of Canberra.
Dinner at the Award-Winning Monster Kitchen and Bar. Uncomplicated, quality dining and service with a menu that changes as the day ticks on.
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