Vegetarian eatery Pilgrims has opened in Bronte, marking the fifth outlet of the cafe in New South Wales. Pilgrims opened its first location 40 years ago in Milton, and has since expanded to Huskisson, Cronulla and Corrimal. Continue reading here.
After weeks of lockdown and isolation, we are now allowed to dine out in public. Across the state, restaurants, cafés, and bars (with dining) can have 10 customers dining in, at any one time. As we all know, the COVID-19 pandemic has greatly impacted the local hospitality industry and, because of this, not all our favourite restaurants, cafés and bars will be able to open. But, this is a small step towards normality. Continue reading here.
Bronte's main strip has grown into a sort of mecca for cafés offering light, coastal fare perfect for towelling off with after a salty dip. Latest among these is South Coast institution Pilgrims, which Sydneysiders no longer have to travel down the coast to get a bite of. Continue reading here.
A little slice of the NSW south coast has popped up in the Big Smoke this week, with the famed Pilgrims Café opening right by the beach in Sydney’s eastern suburbs this week. If you’re one of the many, many Sydneysiders who have a holiday house three hours south down in Ulladulla, Mollymook, Narrawallee or one of those little beachy spots, you’ll know that the veggie burgers and other treats from the original Pilgrims Café in Milton are all-time. Trust me, I know. Continue reading here.
Many of us who grew up in Sydney were lucky enough to spend our summers down on the south coast. We'd head down for a camping holiday or weekend escape and no trip was complete without a stop in at Pilgrims for its super-tasty burgers and nourishing dishes. Now, Sydneysiders don't have to travel quite as far to get their fix, because the beloved coastal cafe has just opened in Bronte. Continue reading here.