The Sun­shine Coast is a mecca for eat­ing out

Sunshine Coast Daily - Caloundra Weekly - - DINING GUIDE -

Hip cafés dot our coast­lines and pro­vide lo­cals and tourists with pic­turesque views as their back­drop while they have a bite to eat or sim­ply sip on a latte.

Award-win­ning restau­rants are high­light­ing the pop­u­lar tourist des­ti­na­tion on the map, with their world-class al-a-carte food and stylish restau­rant dé­cor.

There’s no doubt the Sun­shine Coast has it all when it comes to eat­ing out.

Un­like a lot of other des­ti­na­tions, our beachy, re­laxed de­meanour of the Sun­shine Coast al­lows a fam­ished diner to feel com­fort­able in their dou­ble plug­gers, choos­ing to go ca­sual at many of our funky beach-side eat­ing hot spots.

Come night time, din­ners can dress it up a lit­tle and even catch a limo, cour­tesy of the restau­rant, to one of our fine-din­ning eat­ing places.

Or, head up to the hills of Maleny, where wind­ing roads me­an­der around lush, green pas­tures with cat­tle graz­ing – set­ting the scene of com­plete seren­ity. At the top of the slow climb to Maleny, you will dis­cover some of the Coast’s best and most pop­u­lar choices of restau­rants for cou­ples.

Perched on a hill, there is nowhere else quite like the Hin­ter­land where din­ers can breathe the fresh­ness of the cool coun­try air and soak in the spec­tac­u­lar panoramic views that cap­ture the Sun­shine Coast’s beau­ties all in one - its beaches, coast­line and hin­ter­land.

What­ever the style of food and at­mos­phere it is you are af­ter, there is an abun­dance of eat­ing-out op­tions on the Sun­shine Coast.

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