Riley Street. Dine anytime.
Warmer days, longer light.... what’s not to love about Spring? The perfect accompaniment to the warmer weather is a cold beer, glass of white wine and indulging in a feast with friends and family. The fondest memories are made gathered around the table; let’s start counting the memories and not the calories!
So it’s time to emerge from your Winter cocoon and ditch your uggies for Summer flats and explore one of 15 places to eat on Riley Street. No matter what time of day or day of week, Riley Street is where you can dine anytime.
The goodness starts early with breakfast served from 8am at Jack Little where you will find seasonally inspired menus including fresh bowls of Bircher served alongside your brew of choice. Next door Starbucks brings those Seattle feels to Riley with bagels and grande coffees a plenty.
DISCOVER LUNCH & DINNER
As the day slips away and the time to unwind is upon us, there are some firm favourites for the dinner time crew. Tucked away at the end of Riley St, The Bavarian is the perfect spot for those after work drinks and weeknight eats. And for those not so keen on the large meaty portions, there is always the make your own salad option where you can have your greens and add your protein too! Next door Sittano’s has something for the whole family from filling pasta dishes to Italian inspired meat and seafood dishes.
You really can dine anytime along Riley Street. Where else can you find 4 different dessert options a stones throw from one another? San Churro delights the most avid chocolate connoisseur now with their brand-new gold chocolate. Gelato Messina never disappoints, where the gelato is churned fresh daily in-store using their very own jersey milk from Victoria. Get your Froyo on at Yogurberry for a light and refreshing end to the evening with over 20 flavours to choose from. Or if you’re in the mood for a trusty Nutella Pizza, Sittano’s is the place to go. Seriously spoilt for choice.
Now it’s time to spread the love as thick as you would Nutella!