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Popular Restaurants near Barossa Valley Wine Region

If you're a first time visitor to Barossa Valley Wine Region, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants near Barossa Valley Wine Region.

What are some good restaurants near Barossa Valley Wine Region?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants near Barossa Valley Wine Region.

Central Market Gourmet
Adelaide, SA

(08) 8410 2222
Coriole Vineyards
Chaffeys Rd McLaren Vale, SA

(08) 8323 8305
S.C. Pannell
60 Olivers Rd McLaren Vale, SA

(08) 8323 8000
Fino Restaurant
8 Hill St Willunga, SA

(08) 8556 4488
Willunga Farmers Market
Willunga, SA

(08) 8556 4297
Star of Greece
1 Esplanade Port Willunga, SA

(08) 8557 7420
Aldinga Bay Cafe
162 Esplanade Aldinga Beach, SA

(08) 8556 5547
cradle of hills wines
LOT 318 Rogers Rd Sellicks Hill, SA

(08) 8557 4023
Sellicks Hill Wines
Sellicks Hill, SA

(08) 8556 3000
Victory Hotel
Old Sellicks Hill Rd Sellicks Hill, SA

(08) 8556 3083
Smiling Samoyed Brewery
48 Main S Rd Myponga, SA

(08) 8558 6166


Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"McLaren Vale is 40 minutes south of Adelaide and a beautiful wine region with beaches (Port Willunga) Markets of a Saturday morning (Willunga Farmers Market) wineries (Coriole VineyardsSamuel's Gorge) restaurants (Star of GreeceFino RestaurantSC PannellVictory Hotel) With 70 cellar doors and 30+ amazing restaurants, it's well worth a visit."  See More

"They have great food and a view especially at sunset Drive along the coast road to the new Buddhist Goddess Temple towards Myponga Go to Smiling Samoyed Brewery for beer and pizza Don't miss the saturday morning Willunga Farmers Market and there is plenty to see in Willunga including a Slate Museum, Galleries, cafe's & a great wine bar on Friday nights fall from grace There are more than 70 cellar doors in McLaren Vale plus amazing places to eat."  See More

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