Food at Bombetta, an Italian restaurant at Noosa Junction. Bombetta will be open to diner from Saturday. Picture: Celeste Mitchell
Food at Bombetta, an Italian restaurant at Noosa Junction. Bombetta will be open to diner from Saturday. Picture: Celeste Mitchell

YOUR GUIDE: Noosa restaurants you can dine at from Saturday

SOME Noosa restaurants will be preparing to reopen their doors this weekend with the easing of more coronavirus restrictions across Queensland.

From Saturday, May 16 restaurants will be permitted to have 10 dinners at any one time.

This rule applies to restaurants, cafes, pubs, registered and licensed clubs, RSL clubs and hotels, provided they comply with the Queensland Government's COVID safe checklist.

Bars and gaming will remain off limits.

So where in Noosa will you be able to book a table?

Here is a list of eateries open from Saturday:

  • Whisky Boy
  • Season Restaurant Noosa
  • Bombetta
  • Piccolino
  • La Vida
  • Kaali Gourmet Indian Restaurant
  • Locale Noosa
  • Land and Sea Brewery
  • Mr Jones and Me
  • Montezuma's Noosa Junction
  • Noosa Italian Restaurant & Pizza
  • Bistro C
  • 250 Grammi
  • Miss Moneypenny's
  • Flux Restaurant & Lounge
  • Maisies Seafood and Steakhouse
  • Santorini Greek Taverna
  • Pasta Pronto
  • Grind Cafe
  • Moondoggy's Cafe Bar
  • Pitchfork Restaurant
  • Lazy River Bar and Bistro
  • Noosa Waterfront Restaurant
  • Frenchies Brasserie Noosa
  • Pucca
  • Zachary's Gourmet Pizza Bar
  • Pizzami Gourmet Pizza Bar
  • Imperial Hotel Eumundi
  • The Paperboy Cafe
  • Beloporto Burger Bar Noosa
  • Pier 11
  • Jamaica Blue Cooroy
  • Mr Drifter
  • Embassy XO
  • Gusto
  • Boardwalk Bistro
  • Marble Bar Bistro
  • Cinque Terre Ristorante & Pizzeria
  • Taco Boy Noosa
  • Copperhead Brewery Cooroy
  • 10 Hastings Street Cafe
  • Heads of Noosa
  • Rasa Modern Asian
     

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