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Where to go for Father’s Day lunch in Darwin 2018

He has been putting food on your table since you were born, so this Father's Day why not treat Dad to a great meal?

Darwin is packed with excellent places to eat, which makes choosing a place for Father’s Day both easy and a little bit hard.

Whatever yours has an appetite for you’ll find it here in our list of the best places to grab lunch this Father’s Day.


Top places to treat dad to lunch to in Darwin

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The Pearl

This beloved coffee shop and cafe does some great plates of food.

This is the perfect spot for that laid-back, mid-morning breakfast that could easily become an early lunch.

Address: The Mall, Darwin

Website: The Pearl


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Boatshed Coffee House

There is nothing like a dinner with a view, and the Boatshed Coffee House has one of the best around.

This and a lively menu makes it the perfect spot to treat your dad.

Address: 56 Marina Boulevard, Larrakeyah

Website: Boatshed Coffee House

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Laneway Specialty Coffee

Another superb cafe cranking out fantastic coffee and even better breakfasts is Laneway Specialty Coffee.

If you’re looking for somewhere with the right blend of quality and quantity, you’ll find it here.

Address: 4/1, Vickers Street, Parap

Website: Laneway Specialty Coffee


Howard Springs Tavern

This local pub has everything to keep dad happy this Father’s Day. A menu packed with bistro classics, a beer garden and loads of sport on plenty of TVs. Perfect.

Address: 280 Whitewood Road, Howard Springs

Website: Howard Springs Tavern


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Mitchell’s Grill

Nestled inside the Darwin Hilton Hotel, this upmarket bistro has a classic and well-thought-out menu.

It isn’t the most authentic dining experience you’ll have, but is a nice treat.

Address: 32 Mitchell Street, Darwin

Website: Mitchell’s Grill


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