Bars, Cafés & Restaurants Reopening in the Eastern Suburbs
Support your local hospo venues!
After weeks of lockdown and isolation, we are now allowed to dine out in public. Across the state, restaurants, cafés, and bars (with dining) can have 10 customers dining in, at any one time. As we all know, the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly impacted the local hospitality industry and, because of this, not all our favourite restaurants, cafés and bars will be able to open. But, this is a small step towards normality.
To help you find somewhere to dine this weekend, we have rounded up some of the best restaurants, bars and cafés in the Eastern Suburbs that have opened their doors for trade. If you can't get out and about, we hope that you can do your bit to support your fave local businesses by ordering takeaway or home delivery.
*As restrictions continue to ease and more venues open their doors, we'll continue to update this article with the latest venue openings in your local area.
More opening than reopening, Bronte's café scene just got a little brighter with the addition of Pilgrims Café. Despite the challenges posed by COVID-19, the team sprung into action and launched with a 'preview' of their famed menu a few weeks ago. With the sample takeaway menu offering up the most popular, signature Pilgrims vegetarian items – including fresh, sumptuous and wholesome burgers, wraps and bowls – local foodies simply can't get enough!
127 MacPherson Street, Bronte
Stylish Double Bay venue The Cosmopolitan is open for private dining bookings for up to 10 people. Expect a sophisticated setting paired with indulgent cuisine.
6/2-22 Knox Street, Double Bay
Italian cuisine-lovers rejoice! Matteo Double Bay is open for dine-in bookings for groups of 5 to 10 people. Indulge in their delectable set menu, and wine and dine the night away.
29 Bay Street, Double Bay
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