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[caption id="attachment_3471" align="alignnone" width="417"] New Beechworth honey shop and cafe[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1892" align="alignnone" width="448"] Beechworth Honey Experience storefront[/caption] Though Beechworth is justifiably famous for its well preserved historical past fuelled largely by a wildly successful gold mining rush, boasting an austerely impressive gaol (Ned Kelly was remanded into custody here) and an insane asylum (reputedly haunted) all amidst a town centre full of facades that hasn’t changed much since 1870, it has become since 1995, a place where travellers also dwell happily in a rural gourmet’s paradise.[caption id="attachment_3481" align="alignnone" width="378"] Post Office tower in centre of town[/caption] With Beechworth's growing touristic popularity, rents have increased as available empty shopfronts for more cafes and restaurants dwindle.By the way, arguably speaking, the town's best coffee is to be had here. [caption id="attachment_3470" align="alignnone" width="448"] Cellar Door cheese selection[/caption] Another local hero, the Beechworth Honey shop (and experience) continues to charm its way into all sweet hearts.Under no circumstances should a visit to this small store be missed.Terrific well priced wines direct from the vineyard at Eldorado up the road from Tarrawingee.Tanswell's Commercial Hotel pub at 50 Ford St is another local favourite.[caption id="attachment_1888" align="alignnone" width="448"] Beechworth's historic precinct road sign[/caption] Add to this illustrious mix the Bridge Road Brewery for its pizzas and artisan beers, the town's most popular family venue.[caption id="attachment_3482" align="alignnone" width="322"] Bicycles for hire outside Bridge Road Brewery[/caption] With The Larder Fromagerie and Provisions, great for coffee and cake expertise, the Beechworth Provender for its local wine selection and the famed, though touristy, Beechworth Bakery (don’t miss the Vanilla Slice) for its general all round welcome and you have a town of serious gourmet reputation.
Looking for eccentric local characters, tired and emotional regulars, blow ins from the big smokes? Tanswell's retro stained glass window sign Near this is Paul and Ivy's All Day Diner at 38 Ford Street, which is now open for dinner weekend evenings.
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