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Church Street Cafe

Church Street Café, also known as CSC, is a terrific gourmet hub located in central Dubbo. Set just by the Victoria Park Rotunda where local markets are held each Sunday, CSC is a vibrant place to gather with family and friends for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The gorgeously appointed dining space is warm and welcoming, the team are young and enthusiastic, and the seasonal menu is created using the best of local produce. Get among the street atmosphere by dining alfresco with a refreshing glass of wine and there are even blankets and heaters to keep you warm in the cooler weather. The brewed coffee is excellent, the drinks menu extensive and the homestyle cooking hearty and comforting. The tapas dishes served all afternoon and evening from Thursdays until Saturdays make for an excellent way to watch the sun go down.

  • Australian, Contemporary
Opening Hours
  • Monday: 7am - 3pm
  • Tuesday: 7am - 3pm
  • Wednesday: 7am - 5pm
  • Thursday: 7am - 10:15pm
  • Friday: 7am - 10:15pm
  • Saturday: 7am - 10:15pm
  • Sunday: 8am - 12pm
  • Gluten Free Options, Outdoor Seating, Suitable for Groups of 10
Price Range
  • $$ ~ $$$
  • Fully Licensed (No BYO)
15 Church Street, Dubbo, NSW, 2830

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