Eddie Cheeba’s is the newest bar in Noosa Heads. Named after a vintage NYC Dj, hip-hop is somewhat visible in the urban vibe of the bar. Head chef Tristan Mead is serving-up a range of tapas and beverages from around the globe, eliminating the arduous decision of choosing a cuisine for the night!
Decent pricing for Noosa can be hard to come by, making Eddie Cheeba’s VERY popular with the locals. With easy parking on Hastings Street, its opening last month was a hit, with their world street food claiming the salivating tastebuds of many.
This dimly-lit, rustic nook of Noosa is a hidden local gem, bustling with peckish beach-bums. They are welcoming to everyone and have created an exhilarating ambience, exactly what you’re after when you’re out for a drink.
Their Facebook page is a bit cheeky (literally) but shows off their amazing culinary delights, so it’s worth checking out! With a red miso caramel pork belly Bao Bun and a panko chicken Bao Bun for just $15, our stomachs are already grumbling. If you’re wondering what the #boristhegoat hashtag is referring to, you will quickly realise he’s the house pet… hanging on the wall. Poor Boris does add to the experience though and is a friendly face to look at when ordering a pint.
Honestly, Noosa Junction is just doing so much right we’re having trouble processing our excitement! Open and serving from 4pm to 10.45, this is our one-stop late-night bar for exclusively selected wines and amazing cocktail concoctions to get you a little tipsy (or a lot!).
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