Food & Drink
We will have a great range of food and drink options on location over the weekend at the Byron Bay 6s fields.
Heres just a few options for breakfast and dinner in Byron Bay, loads more restaurant options here
Espressohead Cafe located in Byron Bay has been a local’s hideout for 15 years. A clean retro décor is the setting for impeccable coffee and locally sourced creative meals. Across from the courthouse, this world-class breakfast is a stone’s throw from the beach and the whole experience is totally worth it. Don’t forget to come back for lunch, you won’t be disappointed!
Bayleaf Cafe is one of Byron Bay’s favourite breakfast hot spots, always bustling with loyal locals and fervent visitors. The coffee is excellent. House-roasted Marvel Street beans to be exact, and the food innovative, using produce sourced locally and organic where possible.
The Sticky Wicket
Great Sports Bar and Restaurant in the middle of Byron Bay. 5 mins walk from the Byron Bay 6s fields. With a great range of menu options and fully stocked bar this will be a great spot for an after game bite to eat and drinks.
The Mez Club is a beautifully laid out eatery and bar with it’s white-washed walls reminiscent of euro holidays and summer vibes. With floor to ceiling doors that open up to bring the outside in, the space makes the most of Byron’s balmy weather. Tables are laid out to encourage shared dining with alcoves for a more personal experience.
Light years is a retrofitted Vietnamese restaurant and cocktail bar serving up modern south-east Asian fare on a beautiful light-filled patio. Think – Hanoi in the 50s, add a splash of pink, hanging plants, delicious street food and amazing cocktails all paired with a killer soundtrack – and you’re halfway there!
One of the most popular restaurants with Locals and tourists is Il Buco, serving simple, honest food made with real love. Authentic Italian artisan pizza, delicious salads & authentic Italian desserts.