So it's Sunday… you've enjoyed a lavish lie in but the tummy's rumbling and it's time for a lunch. Jump out of bed, throw on something comfy and answer the call of your stomach. Your Sunday hunger needs are easily sated thanks to some local institutions and their Sunday specials.
Oneday Estate opens (as the name suggests) one day per week, which just so happens to be Sunday. This is the place that locals flock to for a great feed and a tasty beverage. Each Sunday at Oneday kicks off at 12pm with paella pans heating up, cheese platters on offer, full bar service and live music to entertain. It is a unique atmosphere that is perfectly suited to a relaxed Sunday vibe.
Marty’s at Oakdene only opens its restaurant doors for a lunchtime feast on the weekends (Sunday obviously included). Otherwise you need to catch the gastronomical delights of this restaurant Wednesday to Saturday from 6.30pm onwards. Marty’s elegantly produces a locally inspired a la carte menu and Sunday service is always exceptional.
360Q not only offers the all-important Sunday breaky (including their famous ‘Ultimate Big Breakky’), they also roll into an extensive lunch menu and - wait for it - a traditional Sunday Roast menu served hot and delicious each Sunday from 6pm. Eat your Sunday breakfast, lunch or dinner (or all three meals if you're feeling inclined) surrounded by a 360 degree vista of The Bellarine.
Basils Farm seamlessly weave produce plucked fresh from their garden into an eclectic and seasonal menu. They team this feast with an acoustic session (exclusive to Sundays) from talented local musicians. Food and music = the perfect Sunday chill session.
Nicol’s Paddock understands that when Sunday rolls around, you most likely want to spend it with the ones you love… your dog, oh and of course your people too. Well-behaved dogs are more than welcome in Nicol’s picturesque outside area. Sit down with the best of the best company and feast on the scrumptious spread Nicol’s provides.
Novotel lays it all out each Sunday with their Sunday Brunch Buffet. There is a selection of breaky items, soups, antipasto, hot dishes, seafood and even a desert station for those who start their day a little sweeter! That is a whole lot of choice for your Sunday.
Clyde Park bring you that Sunday home-cooked feel with their selection. Head chef and owner, Sue Dixon, prides herself on Clyde Park’s delicious home-style menu. The venue is family friendly, has views aplenty and on Sundays there are tunes by talented local musicians.
On any given Sunday, add to your weekend bliss and enjoy the hospitality that only Geelong and The Bellarine can offer.