lunch at Seabean

Sunday’s are the perfect day to chill at seabean , now open from 12pm every Sunday.

Open 7 days from 3pm

Choose your favorite tapas or let us help you; champinones w/ blue cheese sauce, sherry infused chorizo w/ broad bean & onion jam, sticky chicken drumettes, maple & lime glaze & togarashi dressing.

Seabean closed for re-fit

Holidays and exciting bar renovations will be keeping us busy until we re-open on 19 March.

Email us with any enquires.

New hours from Friday 11 Jan 2019

Seabean is now open 7 days from 3pm

 

we have a few tables left for NYE!!

Due to last minute cancellations we have a few tables available for NYE

Christmas hours

Seabean will be closed on the 25th and 26th December.

Much happiness and joy to you all

Ho Ho Ho

private events

Seabean proved to be a perfect fit for a casual wedding for Kev and Phil . Tables were set on Wharf street, the deck and inside with plenty of space for a dance floor. From $2500 full venue hire this must be one of the best value places in town! Pintxos on trays to begin and then a tapas feast. Call Lesley to discuss your event needs. 0455 035 185, or send an email through our contact page.

love is in the air at sebean this weekend….

We have a private wedding party on during lunch Friday 14 Sept. Open for usual service from 5pm

Saturday 15 Sept we are closed all day for a wedding.

Sunday we are back to our usual hours open from 12pm for lunch and dinner.

Whats on in Port Douglas

Seabean is happy to be included in this great new venture by the talented Jill Todd. Check it out to find out about which bands are playing where, plus loads of other helpful info. We will be able to advise on great deals when we have them on offer.

whatsoninport.com.au

What's On In Port

The Last Straw on the Great Barrier Reef

We are proud to join this amazing initiative and bring you not just our delicious tapas but also plastic free beverages. Seabean is the 3rd plastic straw free food venue in Port Douglas so make sure you tell other businesses to get their act together and resister with  The Last Straw on the Great Barrier Reef.