Where to Eat

Parkes offers a great selection of dining options to cater for a range of tastes.

Whether you’re after a hearty meal or a satisfying snack, you are sure to have a pleasant dining experience wherever you choose to dine in Parkes.

 

2017 Parkes Elvis Festival Preferred Hospitality Partners:

10-16 Bogan St
(02) 6862 3000

The delightful Galaxy Restaurant has seating for 40 people. It operates six days a week (excluding Sunday).

Cooke Park Takeaway
26 Welcome St
(02) 6862 2418

Just across the road from Cooke Park, offering fast service and a delicious range of hot food including burgers, sandwiches, chips and cold drinks.

Telescope Road
(02) 6862 1566

Come and eat in or take away a Dish-made pie, scones or choose from the all-day menu. Enjoy a Byron Bay coffer, Milky Way shake and so much more while the famous Dish observes the universe. Open 8.30am – 4.15pm. Find us on Facebook.

 7-9 Bushman St
(02) 6862 6236

An atmospheric dining experience in a classic yet contemporary setting. The modern Australian menu is sure to please and the wine list extensive. Dinner from 6pm Monday to Saturday.

 209B Clarinda St
(02) 6862 1877

A small cafe with a big personality and great coffee. Friendly staff offer a variety of fresh sandwiches, speciality meals and homemade sweets made daily. Gluten free options available.

 London Rd
(02) 6862 2044

Steak & schnitzel at the golfie on Friday nights 6pm-8pm. Friday night courtesy bus.

 33 Welcome Street
(02) 6862 3333 or text 0425 828 122 for takeaway

Delicious Indian cuisine including traditional dishes. Lunch and dinner specials Monday to Wednesday.

 194-196 Clarinda St
(02) 6862 1499 

The biggest entertainment venue in Parkes. Pop in for a cool drink and take adventage of the fully functioning TAB & Keno facilities or tuck into bistro meals from 11am to 3pm and 5pm to 9pm.

 9-17 Short St
(02) 6862 1966

Come and dine by the Festival hub, Cooke Park. We have some yummy, great value meals perfect for the whole family.

 34 Forbes Road
0404 001 564

Greedy’s Restaurant offers a la Carte dining in the events with stunning Australian cuisine. The restaurant is open six nights (Mon-Sat) 6pm to 8.30pm.

 57-61 Caswell St, Peak Hill
(02) 6869 1276

Restaurant open for eat in or take away meals at lunch 12noon to 2pm and dinner 5pm to 9pm. Serving both Chinese and Australian meals every day except Monday.

 16-18 Bushman St
(02) 6862 3522

The seasonal menu is sure to delight, with a tempting variety of sweet treats. Open 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday and Saturday 8am to 3pm for breakfast, lunch, coffee and drinks.

 350 Clarinda St
(02) 6862 2254

A friendly hotel with typical country hospitality in a central location. Great counter lunches and dinners are a speciality and are always kept at very reasonable prices.

 Cnr Caledonia and May Sts
(02) 6862 1553

A fun and friendly environment where you can relax, dine and be entertained. Lunch available from 12noon to 2pm, dinner from 6pm to 9pm.

Yummi Vietnamese
 263 Clarinda St
0427 974 556

One of Parkes’ most recent food outlets, Yummi Vietnamese offers delicious Vietnamese specialities. Visit during the Festival for a taste explosion.

 Cnr Bogan and Grenfell Sts
(02) 6862 5544

Create your own taste or enjoy a coffee at McCafe. Proudly supporting Parkes Elvis Festival. Offering quality service, cleanliness and value from 5am to 10pm Sunday through Thursday. 5am to 11pm Friday and Saturday.

 246 Clarinda St
(02) 6862 4731

Serving a delicious range of tasty pizza’s and succulent desserts, available for pickup or delivery. Open daily from 11am.

 2 Bogan St
(02) 6862 5844

Passionate about serving customers freshly prepared, great tasting food with a key part of this being The Colonel’s signature blend of 11 herbs and spices. Open 10am to 10pm Sunday to Thursday, 10am to 11pm Friday and Saturday.

Inquiries: Parkes Visitor Information Centre
Phone: (02) 6862 6000
Or visit the visitparkes website:
http://www.visitparkes.com.au/

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