Monday to Saturday
Brunch 7am to 2:30pm - Dinner 6pm to 9pm
8 am to 2:30pm
Judy Hall and I are the proud new owners of the Wineglass Restaurant Mudgee, and as Donald Trump said- “Let’s Make Mudgee Great Again!!!
With some exciting new changes underway, and a new look for our team, we hope to wow Mudgee with our progressive new look Wineglass Restaurant, whilst still paying homage to the traditions of this iconic Mudgee venue.
We will be launching our “Ladies Who Lunch” menu in the very near future. We also have plans underway for an All You Can Eat smorgasboard breakfast/ brunch on Sundays. As always, we are always only too happy to help you enjoy your dining experience, whether it is a quick solo lunch, or a long leisurely 5 course dinner, we are only too happy to tailor something to suit you.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
The Cobb & Co Court is one of the oldest known original hotel buildings still standing in Mudgee. The section currently housing The Wineglass still retains the original shingle roof underneath the iron, and the beautiful old hand mortised and plugged beams can still be seen in the upstairs section of the Restaurant.
Built in the late 1850s, it was well known as an overnight stop for the Cobb & Co Royal Mail Coaches. It was a substantial brick building, with the restaurant section being used to house the Cobb & Co coaches and store fodder for the horses. For 2 shillings a traveler could obtain bed and breakfast, and it cost 8 shillings to stable 2 horses.