Restaurants & Hospitality

Unit 1, 8 Parramatta Road, Clyde

Hooters was founded by six businessmen in 1983 in Clearwater, Florida USA.
More than three decades later, the Hooters brand has grown into an international sensation. Hooters of America, LLC, is the proud franchisor and operator of more than 420 Hooters restaurants in 42 states and 29 countries. Throughout the years, we’ve been delighted to rescue millions from the ordinary with our one-of-a-kind hospitality and consistently good food.
HOTR Australia is the Franchisee and has four locations: Parramatta, Campbelltown, Penrith and Gold Coast offering a vast menu including our world-famous chicken wings tossed in a choice of 12 Hooters Sauces, our succulent ribs, mouth-watering burgers and curly fries.

Hooters Australia is a house of major sporting events like UFC, NRL and motor sports, viewed on over 40 flat-screen TVs per location.

Being a family-fun restaurant, Hooters caters for all ages creating a unique atmosphere and experience for all customers who can participate in the dances and hula-hopped games led by our Hooters Girls.
0405 735 033
The Distillery Woodfire Restaurant
55/44 Barossa Drive (cnr Minchin Drive)

The Distillery Woodfire Restaurant is a unique eatery established on the very grounds of the former Minchinbury Winery heritage estate dating back to 1860. The restaurant itself occupies the original Penfolds rum distiller shed and is Heritage listed.

In 2013 this once abandoned site began transforming into a breathtaking restaurant maintaining much of the rustic charm of the precinct. Original fixtures were left untouched, including beams, stairs and the large beehive well, on display at the entrance, which once supplied water to the Distillery.

Today, the Distillery presents as a spectacular museum showcasing the forgotten culinary history of Western Sydney. Together restauranteur Lauren Borg with head chef, Cherag Baria, diners can experience the fresh contemporary menu, for lunch or dinner, while enjoying a delightful historical journey. The menu features a delicious modern take on traditional recipes. A range of herbs, vegetables and edible flowers are grown onsite guaranteeing freshness. Ingredients are sourced daily from local and respected farms and suppliers. The restaurant is fully licensed and diners can enjoy a selection of quality wines. The spacious establishment features an indoor eatery and the covered outdoor area caters for up to 98 seated guests.

Event planners are available for birthdays, christenings, corporate functions and all occasions. Patrons can even take a heritage walk and explore the grounds.
0409 119 411