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The Blue Mountains offers a smorgasbord of restaurants and cafes to enjoy, whilst exploring the region. Many of the local townships in the region have their own unique cafes and restaurants, as well as bakeries, fish and chip shops, and pizza parlours.

Following is a listing of some of those wonderful places where you can enjoy some coffee and cake, or a delicious meal with a wonderful bottle of wine.

Blue Mountains Cafes, Restaurants and Other Eateries

• Katoomba
Cafe Zuppa • 36 Katoomba St, KATOOMBA NSW 2780 • Ph: 02 4782 9247
• Located on the main street, offering delicious all day breakfast.
The Paragon
• Katoomba St, KATOOMBA NSW 2780 • Ph: 02 4782 2928 • Fax: 02 4782 4744 • Email
• This world famous Paragon Restaurant has been operating since 1916. Retaining original decor and furnishings of the interwar Art Deco period. Listed by the National Trust, the Paragon reflects the style, quality and elegance of the age which created it, with the Cocktail Bar and Dining Room being evocative of the era of cloche hats, tea dances, flappers and jazz.

The Paragon is also famous for the quality of its cakes and pastries, but in particular for the fine hand-made chocolates, made on the premises, as it has always been done for the last 86 plus years.

Check out the many pictures of famous faces who have come through the door, including the likes of Ginger Rogers, Lee Marvin, Bob Dylan, Ben Chifley, Barry Humphries and Dame Joan Sutherland.
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• Medlow Bath
Hydro Majestic Hotel
• 1 Great Western Highway, MEDLOW BATH NSW 2780
• This was a very popular stop for tourist, with restaurant offering a great selection of meals or just coffee and cake with majestic views of the Blue Mountains.

The Hydro Majestic Hotel is currently closed for extensive refurbishment and will re-open upon completion of the scheduled works.
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• Mount Tomah
Mount Tomah Botanic Garden
• Bells Line of Rd via BILPIN NSW 2758 • Ph: 02 4567 2154 • Ph: 02 4567 2060 (bookings)
• Opened daily, this wonderful restaurant and cafe is situate 1,000 metres above sea level, with views across the world-heritage listed Greater Blue Mountains region.
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Blue Mountains Local Services

• Blue Mountains Retail
The main touring drive through the Blue Mountains take you pass towns and villages along the route. These townships provide a variety of different retail, services and facilities, some with shopping centres with the major supermarkets, others with locally owned and operated stores and businesses. There are even some shops located along the main highway through the Blue Mountains.
Blue Mountains Ugg Boots
• Cnr Everton Rd and Great Western Hwy, FAULCONBRIDGE NSW • Ph: +61 2 4751 1804 • Email
• Why ug , ugg, ugh or uggs? That's what the cave man said when he wrapped his leg in fur the first time… "ugg!"

Want a real Australian made product to take home, then pop into Blue Mountains Ugg Boots. Specialising in sheepskin and cowhide products, you can even shop online.

Please note that this proudly Australian made and owned, Blue Mountains Ugg Boots has no affiliation with the made in China Ugg brand.
 
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