Word is out. The hottest burgers, bagels and coffee in town are now in Hastings.
Owner and chef Lochie Greig-Moore is shaking up the Peninsula’s food scene with his ethical eatery Homestock. This is a must for lovers of really good food, done simply. Homestock’s quest is to provide a great tasting, ethically-sourced menu that educates and influences customers to appreciate the quality of ethically-farmed food.
Since its opening in July when Lochie and his partner moved to Hastings, this family-run venture already has customers driving more than an hour for his burgers. You’ll find a menu infused with free-range, organic and artisan produce, from Nirvana free-range eggs and Hagen’s Organics free-range chicken to freshly ground Latrobe River angus beef, organic French-style l’artisan cheese and more.
Homestock Hastings is committed to serving on-trend, sustainably-sourced food at economical prices. There are hearty beef burgers, vegetarian burgers, fish burgers, ripper breakfasts and even the Westernport Classic, designed for pineapple and beetroot-lovers.
The venue is also licensed and has a great range of local, boutique and gluten-free beers and ciders as well as a good selection of wine from the region.
There’s a cool Melbourne laneway vibe and a welcoming atmosphere. Pull up a chair at the communal table and stay a while.
It’s open every day from 8am-8pm (8.30pm close Friday and Saturday).
A: 3/97 High St, Hastings
T: 5979 2962
W: homestockeatery.com (online orders welcome)