Plenty of places are open for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Save the Easter eggs for dessert (if you can).
Whether you’re watching the race or taking the day to relax, there are plenty of places to go on Monday.
Bit dusty? These places will sort you out.
Whatever you’re doing on your day off, there’s plenty of food and drink to fuel it.
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At this stunning indoor-outdoor eatery, expect house-made noodles, smoked cocktails and views of the surrounding river and gum trees.
At this colourful pan-Indian restaurant, you'll find long-time chef and restaurateur Jessi Singh's take self-described "unauthentic" Indian cuisine. There are naan pizzas, tandoor-fired dishes, Indian-inspired cocktails and a roving champagne and whisky trolley.
A homey cafe where you'll find a wide-ranging brunch menu; freshly baked bread; and house-made pastries. Take a seat at the big communal indoor table – which runs down the room – or take a seat outside.
This '70s-inspired spot is part late-night bar, part takeaway shop and part restaurants – this new project from the duo behind Chicco Palms and Borsa Pasta Cucina is an homage to the disco decade's dishes and design.
At this Japanese fusion restaurant on the 10th floor of the Crowne Plaza hotel, you'll find Sapporo-style ramen, rare Japanese whiskies, katsu sandwiches and skyline views.
This laidback neighbourhood bar is an all-rounder from the people behind Commute and Mornings Coffee. Drop by for locally roasted coffee, thoughtful wines, charcuterie, croquettes, scotch eggs and bagel Sundays.
Come for the “barista’s breakfast” (a potent coffee trio); handmade dumplings; a croissant with soft-shell crab and scrambled eggs; and halal bao buns with “beef bacon” and egg.
At this ambitious seafood restaurant from the 2KW team, you'll find everything from fish and chips to beluga caviar, plus a raw bar, an ocean-themed video installation and fish-themed cocktails.
This all-day open-air eatery has a sprawling courtyard, and a somm and chef from a Barossa fine-diner. Plus, there's Abbots & Kinney pastries, duck liver parfait, a fancy lobster roll and plenty of spritzes and sparklings to suit the outdoor setting.
This pared-back Mexican eatery has an entirely plant-based menu. Expect tacos filled with vegan chorizo, chicken, beef and pork; charred corn with a chilli-lime seasoning; and spicy guacamole with jalapenos and pico de gallo.
This is a local favourite, serving up great coffee and and American-style brunch menu. In late 2020, it shook things up a bit: it's now twice the size and open for dinner, too.
This eclectic cafe in was a long-held dream for the sister duo behind it. Together they've built an inviting and homey space that's turning out brunch staples, dumplings, De Groot coffee and vegan and gluten-free cakes.
This Western saloon – by the Cry Baby crew – is part honky-tonk, part truck stop and all Americana. Expect live music, darts, American beers and whisky – with most drinks around the $10 mark.
This beachfront kiosk’s take on Goolwa’s famed pipis is well worth the three-hour round trip from Adelaide. There aren’t many other spots like it.
At this playground-inspired Korean fried chicken shop, everything's made by hand by Seoul native Julie Kim.
This community-focused cafe has comfy couches, a book exchange and excellent toasties.
At this throwback cocktail bar by the Cry Baby Crew, you'll find live blues, a pool room and classic drinks by a former Maybe Mae bartender.
At this tiny natural wine bar, there's no service bar, removing the barrier between staff and guests. Instead, you can pick your wine off the shelf – a bit like a bottle shop, but it's a bar.
This Asian fusion restaurant merges Vietnamese and Australian cooking in unexpected and tasty new ways
An pan-Asian restaurant from 2018 Masterchef winner Sashi Cheliah.
Spicy buttermilk fried chicken – with heat levels ranging from Mom & Pop to All Money In – plus waffle fries, mac’n’cheese, gelato and craft beers.
The pizzas here are made using sourdough bases, and they’re informed by the principles of the Mediterranean diet.
The Central Market's tiny but mighty falafel stall has moved to a bigger site and introduced breakfast, coffee and deli products for sale.
This hole-in-the-wall lunch spot serves up egg-and-bhaji naans, blackened cauliflower salad, fresh juices and breads made in-house.