Mr Bones is the standard bearer in Airlie Beach for hip, affordable dining. It's rightfully gained a reputation for its perfect thin-based pizzas – try the prawn and harissa. The 'not pizzas' (appetisers including l…
Village Cafe is always busy with hungover backpackers and those chasing good coffee. The breakfasts at this popular place are just the tonic to get the day started. Order a ‘hot rock’ and cook your protein of choice…
Pirates were definitely onto something: this fish-and-rum bar is shiploads of fun, serving up all things nibbly from Neptune’s realm and lashings and lashings of rum (over 200 kinds of the stuff). Yo-ho-ho!
Sit outside on the terrace for a substantial meal, a drink and wonderful ocean views. Steak, schnitzel and seafood choices offer few surprises.
Great takeaway pasta and antipasto offerings.
Solid mod-Oz food – including lamb meatballs, very small shared seafood tapas, and a stock breakfast menu – pales in comparison to the beer menu (over 700 brews!).
Come for the all-day breakfasts, giant in scope and mammoth in portion. Harry's also serves up open Danish sandwiches, filled bagels and good-sized salads.
Massive supermarket right in the centre of town.
Mostly a takeaway place, this rightfully busy corner cafe does have a few indoor and outdoor tables. It serves healthy toasties, sandwiches (including lots of vegetarian options like a tasty lentil burger), pizzas, …
A hidden away, modern cafe/deli escape from Airlie's busy streets. Find the town's best salad selections, as well as lauded eggs Benedict on delicious fresh bread.