Top Spots for Australia Day in NYC in 2023

Though we may not be able to spend the day lounging on the beach or at a sausage sizzle this year, some of our favorite Aussie spots in New York will have some special Australia Day offerings.

Hole in the Wall: This Aussie café now has 4 locations in the city and will be offering a special Australia Day menu on the 26th including a sausage sandwich, lamb burger and espresso martinis!

Source:@holeinthewall Instagram

Isla & Co: Sister restaurant to Hole in the Wall in will be hosting an Australia Day party complete with meat pies & sausage rolls. They will also be playing the never to be missed Triple J Hottest 100!

Source: @islaandco Instagram

Beckett’s Bar: this downtown bar & grill will be holding a family-friendly live Aussie (& Kiwi) sing-a-long music night! There is the promise of music from some of your favorite acts including INXS, Crowded House and Powderfinger

Little Ruby’s Café: Our favorite Aussie brunch spot will also provide a special Australia Day menu from Jan 25-29th which we are hearing includes fairy bread ice cream!   

Source: @rubyscafe Instagram

They will also be donating a portion of their proceeds to NAAJA (North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency) which offers legal services to Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory.

Bluestone Lane: never to be left out, they will be celebrating Australiana Week (Jan 23-29th). Every day, they will have different offers on their app. Details here on how to download the app!

Source: @bluestonelane Instagram

Bourke Street Bakery: Will be offering limited edition lamingtons from Jan 26-29th and a special vegemite cheesy scrolls all week! Now that is definitely a taste of home we are missing!

If you’re looking for a little taste of home, check out our guide to the best Australian coffee shops in NYC

At AWNY we understand that January 26th may not be the ideal date to mark Australia Day and welcome the ongoing conversations to find a day where we can truly honor our country in a way that ensures every Australian can be celebrated.

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