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Balcony Bar & Oyster Co.

Cnr Jonson & Lawson Streets, Byron Bay NSW

4 Reviews

Best Known For

CRAB & LETTUCE TACOS - chardonnay vinaigrette, chilli, salmon caviar & chives or CRISPY SKINNED OCEAN TROUT -avocado, cucumber, watercress, sea vegetables & japanese sesame dressing

Location & Map

Cnr Jonson & Lawson Streets, Byron Bay 2481 NSW - See Map

Opening Hours

Mon - Fri 12 noon - 12 midnight, Sat/Sun 9am - 12 midnight

Groups & Functions

There`s something for everyone at the Balcony, from Champagne to beer and smoked salmon to French fries. Our Steaks are unbeatable and our seafood is as fresh as you can get from local fish mongers. Local grown produce is provided where ever possible from the rich lands of northern rivers farming community.

  • Up to 50 Guests
  • Birthday Party
  • Charity Event
  • Christmas Party
  • Cocktail Party
  • Corporate Function
  • Dinner Party
  • Engagement Party
  • Hens & Bucks Night
  • Product Launch
  • Canapes
  • Cocktails
  • Finger Food
  • Set Menu

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Member Reviews (4)

sophie92828

Balcony Bliss
The Balcony with its blissful decor and surroundings is a go for any byron local or tourists, their cocktail and wine lists are top notch and you can’t fault the service or food.

sara11865

LOVE IT
Balcony is a perfect spot to watch the sunset with a Happy Hour cocktail in hand. The shick venue makes me never want to leave. Chilled beachy vibe, friendly staff and fresh local food. Love this venue.

hungrycamper

The highlights of dining here are the ambience/decor & the outstanding coctails - as good as I've had anywhere. The service is relaxed & friendly & the food is always decent, though being tapas style, it can be quite heavy/oily, for my tastes.

4220

Another beautiful Sunday afternoon driving south with the sun beating down and the wind blowing in my face to arrive in Byron an hour later. Of course we landed on The Balcony -how could we not?- and snuck from our table to one of the cherished lounges when it became free, these are threadbare tried and true money spots for those loving to linger and perhaps catch up on their chess. The beverage selection, delightful. Staff friendly and relatively prompt, suitable to the scene. And nice tapas for shares and mains for the hungry. Bocconcini deep fried in little balls is sinfully delectable, especially over olives and tomatoes.