Handsome Devils Co. add their hot sauce to the lineup for Burgerpalooza (Sydney)

As we edge towards the now completely SOLD OUT inaugural Burgerpalooza at Manning House across the 16th and 17th April, the lineup has literally heated up with the addition of artisan producers Handsome Devils Co., who have become the official hot sauce supplier for the event. The Sydney-based company were recently placed at number one in the Good Food “Top Ten New Wave Sauces” and have quickly made a name for themselves as one of Australia’s top boutique hot sauce brands.... Read More | Share it now!

Review: Blu Bar on 36 at Shangri-La Hotel – The Rocks (Sydney)

To truly take in the many incredible perspectives available to us in Sydney it’s necessary to scout around The Rocks, Walsh Bay, and similar areas to find the various vantage points that are unique to this city. Blu Bar on 36 springs to mind when thinking about these vantage points, a long-standing bar 36 floors high up in the sky on top of the luxe Shangri-La Hotel. The premium cocktail bar has recently seen a few changes, driven by mixologist Art Palomata who has switched up the menu to put some new creations alongside the bar’s signatures, making full use of what he refers to as “liquid physics” to add a little bit of theatre to the already spectacular atmosphere that’s elevated by that priceless panoramic view. ... Read More | Share it now!

Winter Feast returns to Dark Mofo (Hobart)

Mona’s winter solstice festival Dark Mofo will sweep through Hobart for 11 days this June, bringing a multitude of the weird and wonderful to venues, dark corners, and hubs across the city spanning the arts, live music, food, light, film, and more. Cerebral works from local and international artists will be displayed in temporary hubs like Dark Park and Black Box. You can check out more on the arts component HERE. ... Read More | Share it now!

Review: Delhi by the Way – Potts Point (Sydney)

It seems the recently reinvigorated Kellet Way in Potts Point is once again picking up as a destination for locals and visitors who are looking food good, quiet restaurants and small bars to help battle the lockout law-induced blues. The small street has already drawn a new life from bars The Powder Keg and Parsons, and now casual Indian restaurant Delhi by the Way is adding to the area’s new look. Located on the corner of Kellet Street and Kellet Way, this Delhi-inspired eatery is leading the charge for new restaurants in the area, and so far things seem to be going quite well for owner Susheel Kumar, locals seemingly magnetised by the relaxed, terrace-style atmosphere with an interior which has been fitted out with a stunning, open design that’s both homely and flashy, as if you’ve just stepped into an eccentric wealthy Maharaja’s Sydney getaway.... Read More | Share it now!

+39 Pizzeria expands to Toorak (Melbourne)

After almost six years in Melbourne’s CBD, +39 Pizzeria have expanded to include a second location, heading south to Toorak’s Malvern Road with a focus on bringing their own perspective on authentic Italian to the affluent suburb. Consistency has remained at the key for the brand, who will be recreated their traditional flavours and techniques from Italy at this new restaurant, with a dedication to generations of family recipes.... Read More | Share it now!

Maeve O’Meara to host a leisurely Greek Sunday feast at Alpha (Sydney)

One of the most loved Greek dining institutions in Sydney, the beautiful Alpha, will be hosting one of their first events of the year in partnership with Gourmet Safaris. Tempting Sydneysiders with an afternoon Greek feast, the event’s host, award-winning food presenter Maeve O’Meara, will be teaming up with Alpha’s expert Executive Chef Peter Conistis to highlight some of the kitchen’s most popular signature dishes. ... Read More | Share it now!

Oporto go boutique with small format stores, starting with Surry Hills (Sydney)

If you’ve walked along Devonshire Street in Surry Hills lately you may have noticed that Oporto is dramatically changing the way they do things, by introducing their first ever “pequino”, which is Portugese for “small”. The small format store is the first of many which will be rolling out over inner-city locations in Australia, marking a giant leap for the fast-food brand as they attempt to move with the waves of modernity that are sweeping over quick-service restaurants around Australia. ... Read More | Share it now!

Surry Hills is getting a pop up cereal cafe with Corn Flakes crumbed chicken burgers and Coco Pops hot chocolates (Sydney)

Creating a coco pops gelato with Gelato Messina just wasn’t enough for cereal overlords Kellogg’s, now the brand is teaming up with Surry Hills’ brunch spot Kawa to stage a one-week-only cereal pop-up this month. Those heading along to this temporary takeover will be met with a bespoke menu interpreting some of the brand’s most renowned cereals including Coco Pops, Corn Flakes, Rice Bubbles, and Special K.... Read More | Share it now!