Top things to do in Angaston

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Vintners Bar & Grill

One of the Barossa's landmark restaurants, Vintners emphasises simple elegance in both food and atmosphere. The dining room has an open fire, vineyard views and bolts of crisp white linen; menus concentrate on local…
Winery in Angaston

Yalumba

Yalumba is one of the Barossa's (and Australia's) major players, making big bucks at the budget end of the wine spectrum. But there's nothing 'budget' about the gorgeous 1850s stone estate just south of Angaston. Th…
Cheese in Angaston

Barossa Valley Cheese Company

The Barossa Valley Cheese Company is a fabulously stinky room, selling handmade cheeses from the milk of local cows and goats. Tastings are free, but it's unlikely you'll leave without buying a wedge of Washington W…
Italian in Angaston

Casa Carboni

Part Italian cooking school, part enoteca (wine bar/restaurant), Casa Carboni is run by real-life Italian Matteo Carboni, who visited the Barossa for a month in 2012 and has been here ever since. Sign up for a pasta…
Thai in Angaston

Barossa Siam

This lovely old main-street shopfront now exudes Southeast Asian aromas – a welcome, chilli-infused departure from ubiquitous Barossa schnitzels and wursts. Try the moo phalo – crispy pork belly with five-spice, 'se…
Modern Australian in Angaston

Salters Kitchen

Part of the estimable Saltram Wines estate (150 years old!) on the outskirts of Angaston, glass-fronted Salters serves classy wood-oven pizzas and meaty mains (steaks, lamb rack, pork belly etc). Sit on the lovely v…
Winery in Angaston

Taste Eden Valley

People in the Barossa refer to the neighbouring Eden Valley as the 'high country' – a slightly loftier, cooler climate, pushing riesling grapes to the fore of considerations. If you don't have the time to detour, sw…
Winery in Angaston

Henschke

Detour about 10km southeast of Angaston to the Eden Valley, where old-school Henschke (the cellar door dates back to the 1860s) is known for its iconic Hill of Grace red, but most of the wines here are classics. Bri…
Market in Angaston

Barossa Farmers Market

Happens every Saturday in the big farm shed behind Vintners Bar & Grill, a few kilometres west of downtown Angaston. Expect hearty Germanic offerings, coffee, flowers, lots of local produce and questionable busk…
Pub Food in Angaston

Angaston Hotel

The better looking of the town's two pubs, the affable 1846 Angaston serves Barossa wines and pub standards (schnitzels, pasta, salt-and-pepper squid). Just try to ignore the Triumph of Silenus mural on the dining r…