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Warm and cosy places to eat and drink when Canberra gets seriously cold

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It’s getting seriously chilly. Pull the jumpers out from the back of the cupboard and snuggle up with something good to eat or drink in these cosy Canberra boltholes.

Bootleg (City)

 

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The moody interiors create a speakeasy feel with southern charm, tucked below in the bunker for a cosy night out.

Homestyle eats like wings, fried chicken and burgers will warm you up from the inside out.

29 Garema Place, Canberra City | bootlegcanberra.com.au

Blackbird (City)

 

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This dive-bar-inspired underground bar with a ’70s aesthetic and classic jazz and rock soundtrack, Blackbird will make all your mid-winter fantasies come true.

112 Alinga St, Canberra City | blackbirdbar.com.au

Corella (Braddon)

Newly opened on Lonsdale Street, Corella offers a Mod Oz menu heavy on Native Australian ingredients, with a long list of yummy cocktails which (despite the chilly weather) will be perfect for a winter dinner.

14 Lonsdale Street, Braddon | corellabar.com.au

Grazing (Gundaroo)

 

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Ok, so it’s a little off the beaten track but once you get there, Grazing is well worth it. Request a seat in front of the fire to really stay snug and enjoy some of the region’s best cuisine.

Cork Street, Gundaroo | grazing.com.au

INKA (City)

Canberra’s newest Peruvian/Japanese restaurant will not only be a beautiful escape from the wind and cold, but you’ll be able to grab a few snaps for the ‘gram.

148 Bunda Street, Canberra City | inka.com.au

Kynefin (Hall)

Take the drive out to the sleepy town of Hall and indulge in Kynefin’s crazy-popular picnic table menu option, which holds an array of delicious handmade bakery treats and mini drinks.

2-4 Victoria Street, Hall | kynefin.com

Meat and Wine Co. (City)


The Meat & Wine Co. is an Afro-centric steakhouse with a decidedly glamorous edge. The intimate cosy atmosphere pairs beautifully with a good glass of wine and an exceptionally flavoured tender steak.

Constitution Place, Canberra City | themeatandwineco.com

Ondine (Deakin)

An unpretentious Euro-style brasserie dishing up real comfort food—think Gnocchi Parisienne, Beef Bourguignon with French Style Mash or Coq au Vin. The service is as warm as the space—a perfect cool-weather dining destination.

7 Duff Place, Deakin | ondine.com.au

Ostani

 

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Hotel Realm’s Ostani Bar is an enticing drinks destination all year round—the airy beer garden perfect for a summer sip, while a seat near the spectacular open gas fireplace is pole position in the cooler months. A menu of elevated pub staples and a creative cocktail list completes the offering.

Hotel Realm, 18 National Circuit, Barton | ostani.com.au

Pialligo Estate (Pialligo)

 

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Regardless of which dining space you choose, Pialligo Estate’s country charm will immediately envelop you in warmth. Enjoy a glass of red then take your time with some of Canberra’s best dining using fresh local produce.

18 Kallaroo Road, Pialligo | www.thepialligoestate.com.au

The Inn (Ainslie)

 

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This suburban treasure is the fancy cousin of popular Edgar’s Inn, with an industrial-themed space and fine-dining menu options. It also offers up an ideal vantage point to gaze over Mount Ainslie and the surrounding heritage rooftops.

Level 1, 1 Edgar Street, Ainslie Shops | edgarsinn.com.au

Verity Lane Market (City)

The industrial interior and curated range of pop-up restaurants and bars such as Ramen Daddy, Pizza (and Pasta) Artigiana,  My Sabor and SuperBao will warm your belly on those cold Canberra days! Explore the rest of the precinct and discover Dear Prudence and Brew Nation—also excellent autumn picks.

Sydney Building, 50 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra City | veritylanemarket.com.au

Feature image of Monster Kitchen and Bar by Tim Bean.

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