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Eleanor Knight4 years ago

The 'go to' places to fight off the midweek blues.

We all know the feeling of just wishing friday would rocket 'round the corner so that we can enjoy the weekend once again. It's sad, but so many of us seem to dream our weeks away, only for the moment that we can doll ourselves up, pop on that new outfit and hit the restaurants, bars, clubs and parties we've all been longing for. Well, what if we told you there's a way to stop hoping your weeks would hurry on by? Listen up and follow this Wednesday night guide to Coffs Harbour.

Looking for a way to break up your tedious week at work in Coffs Harbour is easy. With tonnes of delicious restaurants, chilled bars and fun evening events in and around the area, there is plenty to get up to this Wednesday night. Whether you’re looking for a fine dining experience overlooking Mutton-bird Island, or a few relaxing drinks while listening to some live music, we’ve got you covered.

​Miss Cha Cha’s Mexican

​Miss Cha Cha’s Mexican – Coffs Harbour

Miss Cha Cha’s Mexican, located inside The Coffs Hotel, offers a great way to liven up your dull evening with some tasty mexican food and a few cheeky cocktails. With a weekly Wednesday night all you can eat buffet for just $20 including culinary delights such as crispy chicken tacos, totally loaded burritos and cheesy quesadillas, there simply is no better way to forget the dramas of work than indulging in a bit of Mexican spice with a cold, refreshing beer and good company. Feeling a little adventurous? Why not take to the drinks menu where you can find an extensive list of various types of Mexican beverages including gourmet tequila’s, scorpion mezcal and your classic margarita’s. Wednesday nights definitely aren’t boring at Miss Cha Cha’s Mexican.
Where: Cnr Pacific Highway & West High Street, Coffs Harbour NSW, 2450

The Coast Hotel

The Coast Hotel
The Coast Hotel – Coffs Harbour

What better way to relax and unwind after another hectic day in the office than with some good food, a couple of cold beverages and a line-up of live music from a bunch of local artists across the area. If this sounds right up your street, The Coast Hotel is the perfect place for you to go. Located just under four kilometres inland from the gorgeous beaches Coffs Harbour has on offer, The Coast Hotel is well known for its gourmet menu of delicious traditional meals including locally sourced pork, sage and apple sausages and seafood favourites such as Sydney rock oysters from the Wooli River. Offering a weekly event called Acoustica every Wednesday night from 6pm to 10pm, The Coast Hotel encourages you to sit back with a couple of drinks, relax with a few friends and let the local singers and musicians serenade you with the sound of an acoustic jam. So what are you waiting for? Get down there and let your hair down this Wednesday night!
Where: 2 Moonee Street, Coffs Harbour NSW, 2450

Latitude 30

Latitude 30 – Coffs Harbour

If you are a seafood lover and need your weekly fix, why not treat yourself to a slap-up three course meal overlooking the beautiful coastline of Coffs Harbour. Latitude 30 offers a premium dining experience complete with fine wine, gorgeous scenery, excellent service and, not to forget, first-class food, delicately crafted by chefs who take pride in delivering a range of international cuisines. Recently refurbished, Latitude 30 can seat up to 295 customers at once, including 80 people on the deck where you can often watch a pod of dolphins or whales swim by whilst you tuck into your dish of choice. With a menu ranging from seafood favourites such as local eastern Rock lobster and Spanish seafood paella, to meaty classics including roast rack of lamb to master stock braised duck leg and pork belly, there really is a dish for everyone. If the sound of a relaxing and indulgent Wednesday night seems like your kind of evening, get on down to Latitude 30.
Where: 8/1 Marina Drive, Coffs Harbour NSW, 2450

Have you had a great Wednesday night experience in Coffs Harbour? Let us know in the comments below!