WINTER 2022

Eat & Drink

Eat & DrinkWINTER 2022

WHERE TO STAY COSY THIS WINTER

Here are a few places to escape to on the Central Coast this winter, whether you are seeking cosy boltholes, destination diners where you can settle on a sofa near a roaring fire, or winter foods that warm the inner you.

Read More >>
Eat & DrinkFeatured

HATS OFF TO THE HATTED RESTAURANTS OF THE COAST

The Coast’s newfound label as a gastronomic hotspot has been cemented in the Australian Good Food Guide, which awarded five local restaurants coveted chef’s hats for 2022. Here, we explain what the fuss is all about and why you should book a table immediately.

Read More >>
AUTUMN 2022Eat & Drink

SAY GOODBYE TO THE ‘HANGRIES’

It seems many parents go to great lengths to make sure their kids are never hungry, providing snacks at the first sign of their being hungry, and to avoid the ‘hangries’. By doing this, are we teaching our kids that constant eating is normal?

Read More >>
AUTUMN 2022Eat & Drink

NEWCASTLE’S BURGEONING SMALL BAR SCENE

Once a rough-and-tumble port awash with bootleggers, sailors and later a blue-collar town, Newcastle is undergoing a renaissance that extends to its burgeoning small bar scene.

Read More >>
Eat & DrinkSPRING 2021

SUGAR-DETOXING YOUR LITTLE SUGAR ADDICT

Most of us should eat less sugar, and that goes for our kids, too.

Read More >>
Eat & DrinkSPRING 2019

6 OF THE BEST DOG-FRIENDLY CAFÉS ON THE COAST

When you’re enjoying your favourite coffee, what could be better than bringing along your best friend?

Read More >>
Eat & DrinkWINTER 2021

CHEF MICHAEL GUIRGUIS OF SUQ – a life in recipes

The menu at Suq restaurant in Wamberal reads more like a memoir, as chef Michael Guirguis gives diners a glimpse of his life through food.

Read More >>
AUTUMN 2021Eat & Drink

COFFEE, BEACHSIDE, “I’ll have sand with that”.

The Central Coast is blessed with 87 km of coastline as well as quiet waterways, and along those shorelines, we love to sit and have a coffee and chat, or dine overlooking the ocean. Here’s a rundown on where you can find those special spots up and down our sandy shores.

Read More >>
Eat & DrinkFeatured

NEW IN THE NORTH

The Central Coast is teeming with so many places to see and restaurants to try that the northern end of this beautiful region can tend to be a little overlooked unless you’re a local in-the-know. Luckily, areas like Wyong and Toukley are booming with new, entrepreneurial cafés, restaurants and bakeries just waiting for you to take a bite.

Read More >>
Eat & DrinkSUMMER 20/21

TERRIGAL BEACH HOUSE

Ocean-front at Terrigal Crowne Plaza, it offers a surfside bar, alfresco terrace, indoor dining, and live acoustic music.

Read More >>

ADVERTISEMENT

WHERE TO STAY COSY THIS WINTER

Here are a few places to escape to on the Central Coast this winter, whether you are seeking cosy boltholes, destination diners where you can settle on a sofa near a roaring fire, or winter foods that warm the inner you.

Read More »

HATS OFF TO THE HATTED RESTAURANTS OF THE COAST

The Coast’s newfound label as a gastronomic hotspot has been cemented in the Australian Good Food Guide, which awarded five local restaurants coveted chef’s hats for 2022. Here, we explain what the fuss is all about and why you should book a table immediately.

Read More »

SAY GOODBYE TO THE ‘HANGRIES’

It seems many parents go to great lengths to make sure their kids are never hungry, providing snacks at the first sign of their being hungry, and to avoid the ‘hangries’. By doing this, are we teaching our kids that constant eating is normal?

Read More »

NEW IN THE NORTH

The Central Coast is teeming with so many places to see and restaurants to try that the northern end of this beautiful region can tend to be a little overlooked unless you’re a local in-the-know. Luckily, areas like Wyong and Toukley are booming with new, entrepreneurial cafés, restaurants and bakeries just waiting for you to take a bite.

Read More »

ADVERTISEMENT