Dining & Food

Staying on the western side of the Barossa sees you perfectly located to the region’s premium restaurants. The first nine featured restaurants below are the closest to Stonewell Cottages, all within a 5km radius and offer a high standard of service and delicious, fresh regional food with great wines to match. The other restaurants, cafes and food producers mentioned here are all close by too, no more than 10km away.

There are also great little cafes in the nearby towns of Tanunda, Greenock and Anagston where you can grab a quick bite to eat and a good cup of coffee.

The Barossa has a wonderful tradition of great local food. Visit nearby gourmet stores and produce markets to gather fresh local produce to cook up a delicious Barossa meal back at your cottage. Stop by at Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop to pick up some of her products and watch the daily cooking demonstrations to learn how it’s done!

Artisans of the Barossa

Artisans of Barossa, located on the outskirts of Tanunda, is home to a group of small wine producers and a modern open-plan relaxed restaurant. The Tasting…

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Stonewell Cottages Vineyards Barossa Experiences El Estanco

El Estanco

The name of this quirky little cafe is derived from the name given to a hole-in-the-wall tobacconist originating in South America where groceries, wine and…

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Cafés

Here are some of our favourite spots for a quick and easy lunch where you will always find tasty options made with fresh, local produce…

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Casa Carboni

Casa Carboni is an Italian Cooking School and Enoteca in Angaston, established by Fiona and Matteo Carboni in 2012 after moving to Australia from Parma, northern…

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Greenock Brewers Barossa Valley

Greenock Brewers is a boutique brewery located in the historic 1860s Wheat Store in the village of Greenock on the western side of the Barossa.…

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Stonewell Cottages Vineyards Barossa Farmers Market

Barossa Farmers Market

For those who can forgo a sleep in on Saturday mornings, a visit to the Barossa Farmers Market is well worth it! Fresh local produce…

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Seppeltsfield Wines

Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail

Following The Butcher, Baker, Winemaker Trail is a great way to explore the Barossa for first time visitors. It’s a choose your own adventure self…

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Barossa Valley Cheese Company

While working a vintage in Bordeaux as a winemaker, Victoria Glaetzer found her focus moved to the artisan cheese of the area – she learned…

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