Dromana

Zero95 Pizza Bar

Home-style Italian cooking is head chef Daniel Mastramico’s forte, and it’s reflected in the menu through his modern take on traditional rustic dishes. Over his career spanning more than 25 years, he’s travelled the world, serving up dishes in Italy and Canada and even trying his hand at bottling wine. Daniel’s thrilled to be on the Peninsula because he’s discovered that the tight-knit community is the ultimate dining crowd. It’s a culture where diners are relaxed and eager to sit back and try something new. And that’s Zero95’s mission — to make Dromana full of food culture.

Co-owners Anthony Biviano and Jim Mavrogiannis, alongside manager Dominic Butera, deliver an authentic slice of southern Italian cuisine. It’s a collection of traditional warm Italian food, from their pasta to their pizza, weekly specials and of course their full a la carte menu.  The 450C red gum wood-fired pizza oven along with the San Marzano tomatoes flown in from Naples used to make the traditional neapolitan sauce have the pizza bursting with flavour.

Opening hours: daily noon-late

Zero95 Pizza Bar   I   199-201 Point Nepean Rd, Dromana    I    P: 5981 9186
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Zero 95 Pizza Bar Dromana

Millers Bread Kitchen

Artisan Bread, hand crafted from locally sourced flours and seasonal farm produce
Bakery delights // Coffee

Papa Ragu

Miller’s Bread Kitchen after dark. From festival pop ups to our new home base in Dromana, catch us flicking slices Friday’s and Saturdays.

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 7am–2pm,
Friday / Saturday 7am – 3pm  /  5.30-8.30pm
Sunday 8am–3pm.

Millers Bread Kitchen   |   116 Nepean Hwy, Dromana |  P: 0411 166 685

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Millers Bread Kitchen

Laneway Espresso Dromana

Meander down the light-filled laneway to discover something a little different in Dromana.

It’s a much adored laneway, and rightly so. Rustic brick work contrasts with the mural-adorned walls across the way. If you take a seat at one of the mismatched vintage tables staggered along the laneway, you’ll even steal a glimpse of Port Phillip Bay. Or step through the other front entrance off the footpath at Laneway Espresso Little Treasures to find an eclectic assortment of antique collectables, retro art pieces, and artworks by local artists to complement your coffee date.

Opening hours: Monday to Friday 6.30am–5pm,
Saturday to Sunday 7am–5pm.

Laneway Espresso Dromana    I   167 Point Nepean Rd, Dromana
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laneway expresso

Martha’s Table

Situated in Marina Village Martha Cove, you will find Martha’s Table – a restaurant, bar, grocer and cellar.

The world-class kitchen at Martha’s Table is a visual delight, with patrons able to see the bustle of the chefs preparing fresh food. From here you’ll be introduced to the best produce on the Peninsula, carefully picked, smoked and cooked over a charcoal grill to bring you the distinctive taste of fire. All food and ingredients are sourced from the finest farms, wineries and purveyors in the region. In the dining room, guests will find service is refined but relaxed.

Opening hours: Martha’s Table Monday-Sunday 11.30am-late;
Martha’s Lounge 3pm-late;
Martha’s Grocer, open for breakfast, Sunday-Thursday 7.30am-6pm; Friday-Saturday 7.30am-7pm;
Martha’s Cellar Sunday-Thursday 10am-6pm, Friday-Saturday 10am-7pm.
Seasonal opening hours may apply, visit the website for more information.

Martha’s Table    I    5 Waterfront Place, Safety Beach    I    P: 9617 5377
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Marthas table