This spunky little venue is a regular stop on the summer rock circuit, sometimes attracting surprisingly big names. The pizzas ($25) are thin and crunchy like they should be, and best enjoyed in the garden on a lazy summer’s evening. It sometimes closes for private functions so it's wise to check its Facebook page before setting out.
If you imbibe too much of the good stuff from local wineries and craft breweries, there’s accommodation inside the old sawmill shed, including basic backpacker rooms (from $25) and massive doubles with en suites ($125). Alternatively, you can rent the Cosy Sawmill Family Cottage (from $200, sleeps 10) or a stylish apartment ($200).