Regional Travel Opens Up & 50 Diners in the Restaurant26 May 2020 – posted in: Event News, Restaurant, Uncategorized
The South Coast is coming out of Hibernation. We have felt so lucky to live in this beautiful place while the world is going through this unbelievable pandemic.
We are grateful for the community who have been so supportive of us and other local businesses, but it is now time to share our beautiful home. We understand that this is a significant change, and we will all approach it in our way. Some people will be full steam ahead, and others more tentative. We feel that our iso-life has given time to reflect on what means the most to us, and human connection is what we have missed the most.
full of joy that we can once again open our restaurant doors and facilitate this connection to you and your loved ones. Cupitt’s Estate is ultimately about connecting people, place and produce through friendly customer service, seasonal food and local drinks. We will continue to do this, keeping safety for everyone in the front of our minds.
Our Restaurant opens its doors for 50 guests
Cupitt’s has been operating a Cupitt’s Tasting Menu since we could open the doors for ten diners. We will continue to deliver this tasting menu as the guest numbers increase; please give advance notice of any dietary requirements. For the week commencing 1st June we will be trading as follows:
Wednesday – Lunch only and Thursday – Sunday – Lunch and dinner.
We will have two sittings per service, and each reservation is allocated 90 minutes enjoying our ‘Cupitt’s Experience’ menu at $80 per person – which will be a generous selection of the best produce from the garden and Fromagerie. We will offer this to guests in various locations across our Estate, including the dining room, covered breezeway and deck.
Reservations are available via phone or online. All customers are required to fill out a diner information survey to comply with our Covid-19 Management practices.
Business as Unusual at Cupitt’s Estate
We will continue to be guided by developments from the NSW Premier regarding other offerings at Cupitt’s. For now, our casual offerings are not available to be enjoyed on-site; however, we are excited to announce we are also trialling our new Cupitt’s Takeaway Menu available on Saturday and Sunday from 12 pm – 3:30 pm. PRE-ORDER HERE
The Tour and Taste Experience and informal wine tasting are also unavailable. From 1st June we can commence seated wine tastings again, these will be bookable and details will be released soon. For the June Long Weekend, we are offering a Cheese and Wine Experience A bookable experience which can be enjoyed by a maximum 10 people. The Cellar Door will be open for takeaway sales (no wine tasting).
We know everyone is keen to know when Sunday Sessions will resume. We too, have missed that weekly connection to the arts and community. However, while restrictions are capped at 50 people with no mingling or dancing, we cannot resume this institutional part of the Cupitt Experience at this time.
What else is happening in Mollymook, Milton and Ulladulla?
Most hospitality businesses around or near us are also open in a limited or modified capacity. We’re happy to share their news:
Bannisters Hotels are open for accommodation bookings and in house dining for their guests only.
Tallwood Eatery – Takeaway Menu available Thursday – Sunday from 5.30pm and Bakery selling sourdough, bagels, and pizza bases. From 1st June Tallwood will reopen for in house dining (set menu) and take away will finish.
Small Town Milton – Open for Dinner Thursday – Saturday with $75 Prix Fixe Menu and lunch on Friday & Saturday with a la carte menu.
The Ruse – Open Wednesday – Saturday for in house dining, takeaway and home delivery
Italian Guild – Degustation Menu for in house dining and take away menu Tuesday – Saturday
Treehouse Cafe – Takeaway and limited dining open from 8am-1.30pm. Pre-order takeaway dinner packs on Monday and Tuesday.
Milton Hotel – Open Friday and Saturday nights and Sunday lunch $60 set menu
️Most shops and galleries are also opening with limited hours, with careful social distancing policies and other systems. It is lovely to see a little life back in the region.
FAQ around visiting Cupitt’s Estate with regulations in place for COVID-19 safetyread more