We’ve always known Redcliffe to be a popular dining destination among locals and tourists alike, but now we have proof of the best!
Enjoy a Great Day Out along the Redcliffe Peninsula at these dining hot spots as picked by Billy Bentley!
In an oceanfront setting with views of the Moreton Bay, you can relax and recline with a cocktail in hand at Mon Komo Hotel’s Cabana Bar and Terrace. Indulging on fresh, local produce that is both deliciously sweet and hearty while admiring the sand dunes of Moreton Island from the Redcliffe shoreline, you’ll realise just why Mon Komo Hotel is one of the most popular dining destinations near Brisbane.
Adorned with stylish features in a natural element with nautical themes and Caribbean-styled décor, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into paradise. Although the menu changes with the season, you can always be assured that is prepared lovingly with produce from local farmers and paired with sweet wines from the Moreton Bay Region and surrounding areas. Its fine dining near Brisbane with a spectacular view. What more could you ask for?
Address: 99 Marine Parade, Redcliffe
Opening Hours: 6:30 am – Late
Find yourself in the lap of luxury at The Sebel Margate Beach, the relaxing suburban hotel where you can enjoy nibbles and beverages on the rooftop or a decadent dinner in Margate Beach House, their onsite restaurant and kitchen. With a new chef at the helm, the menu features gluten-free and vegetarian options, as well as a children’s menu available, making this the perfect spot to take family and friends.
The Rooftop: Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday to the public, the Rooftop Bar of the Sebel is a place to mix and mingle with friends as you nibble on a cheeseboard while overlooking the beautiful Moreton Bay. Take a dip in the rooftop pool during summer or relax, recline and work on your tan. A truly Insta-worthy selfie is definitely recommended up on the Sebel Rooftop Bar, just make sure you get Moreton Island in the background!
Margate Beach House: Providing a modern Australian menu at the ultimate beachside venue, Margate Beach House within The Sebel offers alfresco dining 7 days a week from breakfast through to dinner. Take up a table out on the deck and enjoy a mouth-watering meal in one of the most popular bayside dining restaurants near Brisbane.
Our favourite menu items include Truffle & Wild Mushroom Arancini, Mussels & Fries, Smoked Seafood Pie, Wagyu Burger, and line-caught market fish of the day.
Address: 1 McCulloch Ave, Margate
Opening Hours: 6:30 am – 9:00 pm
The home of celebrations and phenomenal sunset views, ‘The Bel’ is an iconic waterside dining venue that has cultivated a long-standing reputation as the place to eat and drink on the Redcliffe peninsula. With three dining locations within the venue, you’re almost spoiled for choices! You can enjoy a classic pub meal or go a little bit fancier and choose a mouth-watering dish from their breakfast, lunch and dinner menu or even opt for a pizza from Al’s Pizzeria.
The Pavilion offers shaded dining beneath high ceilings or outdoor on the deck where you can feel the cool ocean breeze. Its 360-degree bar towards the front of the establishment is a great spot to enjoy a cold one as you watch the sunset.
The Lounge is the place to be when it’s just too hot outside! Relax on the lounges in the cool air-conditioning and enjoy your meal in comfort.
The Jetty Bar occupies the original Heritage building dating back to 1901. Furnished with vintage décor and photos that’ll walk you down memory lane, the Jetty Bar is best suited for those just looking for a quick drink.
Address: Cnr Oxley Ave &, Woodcliffe Crescent, Woody Point
Opening Hours: Monday – Thursday 7:30 am – 11:00 pm, Friday 7:30 am – 12:00 am Saturday & Sunday 12:00 am – 11:00 pm
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