Dinner Plain Restaurants & Bars

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Dinner Plain Restaurants & Bars

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Despite being called Dinner Plain, there are only a handful of options for dinner, regardless of whether you define dinner as the meal you have in the middle of the day or the evening.

Daytime Restaurants Dinner Plain

The Hub is an option for breakfast, brunch, lunch or a coffee. It is a cute little café that serves up a small selection of food. The Hub is open during both the winter and green season.

The Stables is another café in town, or the Ramada (Club Wyndham) is good for a coffee.

Otherwise for lunch you can head to the Dinner Plain Hotel (the pub) or High Plains Hotel for a burger.

Dinner Plain Restaurants – Evening

Hotel High Plains is our number one pick for Dinner Plain evening dining. It is a beautiful establishment with classic Dinner Plain décor with raw timbers, lots of stonework, and fabulous fireplaces. The restaurant section of Hotel High Plains serves a large range of international fare, whilst the dining emphasis in the bar area is on gourmet pizzas from the woodfire pizza oven. You can also get take-away pizza if you want to retreat back to the comfort of your couch.

Ramada (Club Wyndham) has a lovely menu and you can either dine in the bar area or in the more formal restaurant. The food is generally fantastic and it’s good to see that the wine list has expanded a little.

Alphutte is a lovely building and they serve up gourmet food with matching high levels of service.

The Dinner Plain Hotel is a popular option for dinner, particularly with families. The pub serves up typical pub fare and pizzas. Prices are lower than the other Dinner Plain dining options, but a snow currency still exists here. Considering the large size of the pub, they sometimes have difficulty fully heating it, so dress warmly just in case. 

Bars & Nightlife

All the evening dining establishments also double as bars.

Hotel High Plains attracts an eclectic mix of young and old folk, and is a favourite of the locals. The bar often has live music and seems to always have a great vibe regardless of whether it’s a quiet sedate night or the place is pumping.

At the Dinner Plain Hotel the family masses clear out early in the evening after the kids play a game of pool, and they are generally replaced with the youngies who’ve just reached drinking age. The liveliness of the pub varies significantly from dead to happening.

The other Dinner Plain bars are more suited to a refined and sedate cocktail, gluhwein, whisky or wine.
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