Over 115 producers and providores join the lineup for Carriageworks Farmers Market (Sydney)

Those who are looking for quality produce ahead of Christmas should keep this one in mind. Carriageworks are bringing back their annual free-entry Christmas Farmers Market on 23rd December, rounding up over 115 producers and providores for an enormous market kicking off at 8am and wrapping up at 1pm. Focused on food and produce, the market will be an excellent opportunity for Sydneysiders to buy fresh seasonal produce and food-related gifts from the best in the business, all of whom will make for a vibrant market featuring hams, lambs, seafood, fresh fruit and veggies, cheese, and Christmas puddings.... Read More | Share it now!

Anna Polyviou has opened a gingerbread dessert pop-up at Shangri-La Sydney

Renowned Punk Princess of Pastry Anna Polyviou will be helping Sydney’s lush Shangri-La Hotel, at which she has long been an Executive Pastry Chef, charge into the holiday season with a special pop-up store which will be marked by an enormous four metre gingerbread train out the front, combining 2,000 kilos of gingerbread bricks, 500 kilos of lollies, 100 kilos of fondant, 200 lollipops and liber lashings of icing. The store, located in the luxury hotel, will be selling a bunch of specialised Christmas treats which include Mini Gingerbread Lolly Bag houses, Ginger Ninjas, Fruit Mince Tarts, Christmas Pudding, and lolly jars.... Read More | Share it now!

The Duke of Clarence opens just in time for the holiday season (Sydney)

The year ain’t over just yet! Before we edge our way into 2018, the team behind Sydney’s award-winning The Barber Shop are introducing a new essential drinking destination to the CBD, inspired by and fashioned as a 19th century English tavern. Titled The Duke of Clarence the new pub, which is now open to the public, will offer a quintessentially British experience to Sydney locals and visitors with a generous 500-deep line-up of spirits, 80% of which are from the British aisles, sitting behind a impeccably designed bar alongside sherries, ports, cask ale served from ornate English-made taps, and British sparkling wines. There’s even vintage Pimms products dating back to the 60s and 70s, sourced especially to give guests a rare chance to try a full range that’s no longer produced in its entirety. ... Read More | Share it now!

David Moyle to curate extensive food line up – ‘Royal Moyle’ – for the St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival

Music festivals, these days, are as much about the experience off stage as they are about the ones to be had in front of them, with the ’boutique’ nature of these events drawing huge numbers of people out each year to spend money on the culinary delights that can be found at each site. The standards for festival food and drink options at festivals have risen considerably over the last few years especially and when it’s come to the St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival, it’s been obvious, the amount of effort put into curating an impressive list of nosh options.... Read More | Share it now!