You’ve been waiting for this: a chilled out weekend in Noosa. You’re here to relax, unwind, and avoid any stressful decisions. So why didn’t anyone warn you about the endless restaurants you’d have to choose from?
We could tell you it’s no big deal, that it’s just food. But if we’re being honest, it’s not just food—Hastings Street is packed with culinary experiences that will make your getaway one to remember. But only if you know where to go. Luckily, we have the inside scoop on the best plates on the street.
If your hours of pampering and lounging haven’t relaxed you enough, take a quick stroll to Bistro C to wine, dine and unwind. Its classic resort fare changes with the season, so make sure to swing by again on your next stay.
There’s eating local, then there’s eating Locale. This Italian diner is tucked into one of Hastings Street, but it’s locally-sourced bites would be worth a trek across town. Stop by for lunch, dinner or a cocktail—or all three.
If your holiday planning was constantly interrupted by daydreams of beachside seafood with world-class wines—pinch yourself. Then book in at Season Restaurant. Easy yet elegant, Season Restaurant combines the sights and tastes of Noosa in one incredible dining experience.
In the mood for sharing plates after sharing a sunset walk? Bang Bang is one of the best Asian restaurants in Noosa. Lucky for you it’s smack bang in the middle of the Hastings Street strip. We recommend the charred scallops.
Eating at Miss Moneypenny’s is like going on a holiday from your holiday. The meals are Mediterranean-inspired with a global twist, for an all-around well-traveled dining experience. Your next destination? Anywhere you want.
Pair beach walks and El Capitano and you’ve got the perfect Noosa day. This fine bistro is trusted for its take on old world pizzas, made using certified organic fresh milled flour, filtered water, sea salt and a 72hour fermentation process. Plus, it has just about as many cocktails as Noosa Main Beach has grains of sand.
Fresh, seasonal produce on the beach. Need we say more? Boardwalk Bistro on Hastings offers the very best in beachfront dining, serving up modern Australian cuisine featuring seasonal, sustainable and ethical produce. Don't miss out on their $2 oyster happy hour - perfect to pair with one of their chilled cocktails or boutique wines.
By now you’re probably full. But there’s always room for dessert. Our pick? Artisan gelato from Massimo's Gelateria or waffles-on-a-stick from Happy Pops. After all that, it’s definitely time for a lie-down.
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We all love a long lunch or dinner. It doesn’t get much better than bottomless vino’s, beers and margs-a-plenty’ over a good lunch and laugh. Except maybe when you get to enjoy it all in a private dining setting, now that’s special. Here’s our guide to private dining on Hastings Street in 2022.
Winter is the season for coffee lovers. There is simply nothing better than rolling out of bed on a cold day, and straight into a beautiful cafe for a creamy, hot coffee. Let us give you the low down on Hastings Street’s best dine in cafés to spend your morning.
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