WSM Neighbourhood Guide 4 Restaurants

By November 15, 2017Moss Vale
WSM neighbourhood

WSM Neighbourhood Guide: 4 Restaurants and Bars near your new office

WSM neighbourhood has a vibrant identity of its own. We love our neighbours and we have featured some of the best neighbourhood businesses to visit.  At WSM, we work to ensure our members feel a sense of community both inside our workspaces as well as the neighbourhood we reside in.

  1. The Vale Cafe

 

The Vale Café comes from the vision and passion of the owner Cindy Niland. In essence, they strive for their café to be a place to call home. The philosophy is simple – GOOD. Good coffee and tea, good food, good service and a dedication to quality produce.

WSM neighbourhood

Location: 256 Argyle St; visit website

 

  1. Moss Vale Hotel

The Porterhouse Bistro is a relaxed, family friendly venue with an extensive blackboard menu. They have award winning Porterhouse Steak and delicious wood fired pizzas, there is something for everyone.

WSM neighbourhood

Location: 340 Argyle Street; visit website

 

  1. Fraccaro’s Italian Restaurant

Voted the number one pizza restaurant by Trip Advisor you will not be disappointed. You have an incredible selection of Italian meals, pizzas and desserts to suit any palette. The pre order service is perfect for a quick lunch break or a place to have group meals.

WSM neighbourhood

Location: 249 Argyle Street; visit Facebook page

 

  1. Wine Mosaic Lounge

A 60’s inspired local Highlands wine bar with thoughtfully sourced wines, beers, a selection of grazing plates in a relaxing and comfortable environment. Located at the end of the block from WSM it is a great escape after a long day in the office. Overlooking the beautiful park you can spend your afternoon watching the world go by.

WSM neighbourhood

Location: 386 Argyle Street; visit Facebook page

Now you have seen all the amazing places to visit when you move into your new office.  Email us today and let us show you around our neighbourhood. You will love it…

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