Wandering around our region over a holiday weekend (and this one is a bit crazy with Anzac Day in there), it can be a bit hit and miss to find that coffee and bite to eat as some eateries are also taking the break. We have looked at each town and listed those we know who will be open. These eateries have been chosen randomly and we do not recommend any particular cafe over any other. We suggest that further information can be found online. Hopefully, this brief list helps.
Macedon: Mr. Macedon, Victoria St. Open Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Monday. Closed Sunday http://mrmacedon.com.au
Ida Red Pizzeria, Victoria St. Closed Good Friday. Open Easter Saturday. Closed Sunday until Wednesday. http://www.idared.com.au
Woodend: Maloa House, High St. Closed Good Friday, open Sat. Sun. Mon. and Anzac Day http://maisonmaloa.com.au
Il Caffe, High St. Open Good Friday, Closed Saturday & Sunday. http://www.ilcaffewoodend.com.au
Kyneton: The Parkland, Piper Street. Closed Good Friday, open Sat. Sun. Mon. Closed Anzac Day http://www.theparklandkyneton.com.au
Country Cob Bakery, 130 Mollison St. Open all weekend, including Good Friday 6am – 3pm http://www.countrycobbakery.com.au
Trentham: Chaplins at the Muse, High Street. Open all Easter, closed Anzac Day http://www.chaplinstrentham.com.au
Cosmopolitan Hotel, High St. Open all weekend http://www.thecosmopolitanhotel.com.au
Creswick: Red Fox Deli: Albert Street. Open all Easter and Anzac Day. Facebook – Red Fox Coffee Lounge
Clunes: Quigley & Clarke, Fraser Street. Open all weekend http://www.quigleyclarke.com
Castlemaine: Skydancers Cafe & Nursery. Closed Good Friday. Open Sat. Sun. Mon. http://www.asq.net.au/skydancers-cafe
Maldon: This one is easy. The town is celebrating its Easter Fair, so most eateries are open.
Daylesford: This tourist destination is already buzzing and everything will be open over the weekend so take your pick.