FOOD’S UP!: It’s time for Warwick to head back to the dining table. Picture: Jack Tran.
FOOD’S UP!: It’s time for Warwick to head back to the dining table. Picture: Jack Tran.

FULL LIST: Where to get a sit-down meal and drink in Warwick

LOCKDOWN laws are changing rapidly, and many of our restaurants and cafes are struggling to keep pace.

With ongoing uncertainty as to which rules apply, and to which businesses, some owners are opting to play it safe.

This can make finding a place to eat challenging, so the Daily News has compiled a comprehensive list of what's open, and what's not in Warwick this week.

(Please note: This list does not include businesses who consistently operate as takeaway only).

 

Open, with 20 person limit

(Please note: Operating hours may vary)

Rupert's

Soban House

Cafe Jacqui's

Gardens Galore

Yangan Hotel Motel

The Coffee Club Warwick

Zaraffa's Coffee Warwick

Little Gallery

Condamine Sports Club

Warwick Hotel

Killarney Hotel

Delights of India

Char-Belas

Dalrymple Diner & Ice Creamery

Warwick Garden's Galore

Killarney's Top Shop

Sandy Creek Pub

Cherry Tree 

Joie de Vivre

 

Open, for takeaway only

McDonald's

Hungry Jacks

KFC

Weeping Mulberry

Belle Vue Cafe

Allora Railway Hotel

Blue Cow Hotel (takeaway alcohol only)

Chung Hing

Roses

R&K Takeaway

 

Open, as a bottle shop only

Horse & Jockey Hotel Motel

 

Opening soon

Stockyard Tavern

- Dine-in meals or seated drinks to be available from next week.

 

O'Mahony's Hotel

- The owner anticipates opening from next week.

 

Amy's Country Cafe,

- Staff are preparing to reopen with 20 person dine-in capacity on Monday.

 

Bluebird Kitchen and Smokehouse

- Closed for renovations, predicted to reopen for dine-in on Friday.

 

Closed until further notice

The Malt House

Warwick RSL

McNevin's Motel

 

Pending further information

Little Gallery

Tandoor on Warwick

Red Rooster

Killarney Country Diner

J.Y Thai



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