Lovely winter evening sitting outside. Food excellent, great choice of beer and very good Country one man band.
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Dropped in on a recommendation from a mate who used to pay at the place. Figured we'd try and local cider - they were out of it...... Ah well! The lemon lime bitters, as a consolation, was perhaps the best I've ever had! The wedges...More
we would go back to the railway friendly bar, as it has nice food with great service. We enjoyed listening to the live music as he played alot of songs we knew and could sing along to .we will be back one day
Good beers, convivial atmosphere, live music in the evenings and a tiny kitchen that pumps out a wide variety of tasty and filling meals. Tonight's half a roasted chook in tarragon butter with chats and steamed greens a case in point. There's a multitude of...More
Love this place, so down to earth and full of characters. I remember arriving here in 1993 when it actually was the train station. Live music and rowdy footy crowds, cute bar staff and warm fires out front on a wet night. We ate sitting...More
The name says it all pretty much. The Railway Friendly Bar is a local restaurant and pub that has been around for a long time. Up a few blocks from the beach and set off from the road a bit, you'd almost walk by and...More
Staying overnight in Byron and looking for a good feed. Tried this pub. Advertised pub grub. A basic place with wooden benches and mainly outside. Night was reasonable so outside good. Both had the bangers and mash and had no complaints. Good honest food and...More