Limone Dining, Griffith

Eat and Drink

You won’t go hungry

With great food producers, wineries and passionate chefs, it is little wonder Griffith is fast becoming the new destination for foodies.

  • Eat & Drink Tours

    Griffith has quickly become the new foodie destination and what better way to experience this than to taste your way around our region. Griffith is home to great orange juice, craft beer and Australia’s largest wine producing region where you can visit local gourmet food producers, wineries and distilleries - take a tour and see for yourself.

  • Food

    The foodie scene in Griffith is gaining momentum with the return of young entrepreneurs growing family businesses and investing in new ones. Chefs are crafting menus sympathetic to seasonality and what’s produced locally; the dishes change daily, are creative, and simply delicious. Good food has always been at the heart of Griffith, and the city has an enviable reputation for excellent pizza, pasta and gnocchi. With more than 40 eating houses in Griffith the range is extensive and all occasions, from a special night out, through to a quick bite with the family, are covered.

  • Local Food Produce

    Local Produce

    Commonly referred to as the “food bowl of Australia”, Griffith and the surrounding region is home to an extremely vast and diverse range of primary industries. Initially known for dryland cropping and livestock production, the Western Riverina region became prominent in rice, cereals, citrus, grapes and fruit production. Recently producers have further diversified into high value, long yield crops such as nuts, cotton, olives and vegetables. Prune production is one of the very few Australian horticultural sectors that is continuing to grow, with farmers planting new trees every year and new methods of drying, including solar drying tunnels, being adopted. Wine production, ranging from boutique wineries to some of the largest in the world, has also played a significant part in our region’s growth. Pick up some local produce from the Sunday Rotary Market or pop into the Visitor Information Centre to purchase some local packaged produce to take home. Also, many of Griffith’s restaurants and cafés incorporate the region’s local produce in their menus.

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    Wine, Beer & Spirits

    No trip to Griffith is complete without a visit to some of the city’s wonderful wineries. The region’s wine industry has a strong heritage of Australian pioneers and Italian immigrants who saw the potential of the Mediterranean climate, Murrumbidgee Irrigation Scheme and the rich red soil of the Riverina. From large establishments to boutique outfits, the friendly cellar door staff will guide you through the tastings of their regional and award-winning wines and many of the wineries offer picturesque gardens for you to relax in with picnic tables and barbeque facilities. Southern NSW is also known for producing supreme malting barley for beer making in both Australia and overseas, and Griffith now produces some of Australia’s best easy drinking, fresh and crisp craft beers recognised for flavour and quality. Experience our locally brewed craft beer at one of our many local eateries or pubs. Taste locally distilled gin and whiskey in Griffith or venture a little further “down the road” to Whitton and experience guided whiskey tastings or craft beer paddles from brewers who use small batch artisanal malts from locally grown and regionally sourced grains in NSW's Riverina.