Morgan McGlone’s Dining Room launches at Harpoon Harry (Sydney)

You may have already heard that the mastermind behind Belles Hot Chicken, Morgan McGlone, is digging deeper into the culinary repertoire he sharpened over in Nashville and Charleston for his newfound residency in the kitchen’s of Surry Hills venue Hotel Harry. The boutique hotel’s restaurant, Harpoon Harry, has already seen a substantial change for their street-level diner thanks to McGlone, and now the acclaimed Chef has officially launched his menu for second floor restaurant The Dining Room, with the kitchen open until 11pm(ish) each night.... Read More | Share it now!

SoCal Neutral Bay will bring back Taco Roulette for Cinco De Mayo (Sydney)

Essential Neutral Bay haunt SoCal will be turning up the heat for Cinco De Mayo on Thursday 5th May as they celebrate all things Mexican with Tequila and tacos aplenty. On the festive day the popular small bar will be bringing back their now legendary Taco Roulette, which features a plate of four tacos for $16, where one is so damn super duper hot the (un)lucky winner/loser of the game will probably need to douse themselves in copious amounts of Tequila, and a few Coronas to boot. ... Read More | Share it now!

Hamish Ingham and Rebecca Lines of Bar H to open Banksii at Barangaroo (Sydney)

Chalk up another highly anticipated opening for the growing Barangaroo precinct as the team behind acclaimed Surry Hills restaurant Bar H have announced plans to open a Vermouth bar and bistro along the water-side area come September. Chef Hamish Ingham and Sommelier Rebecca Lines will be heading up the new restaurant, which will serve up breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week to a capacity of 200 people, offering dishes inspired by the Mediterranean with a strong focus on botanicals in a space which has been designed by luxe specialists Luchetti Krelle, who are most known for their work at ACME and Momofuku Seiobo.... Read More | Share it now!

Gelato Messina have opened an experimental degustation bar in Darlinghurst (Sydney)

Australia’s most consistently anticipated dessert overlords Gelato Messina will be re-opening the modest space next door to their original Darlinghurst store as an experimental Gelato lab, called Messina Creative Department which features an eight-seater table for seven-course degustations. Taking bookings from next Wednesday 20th April, the lab will be dabbling in both savoury and dessert dishes designed by Chef Remi Talbot, a man who has sharpened his culinary skills in the kitchens of Japan, France, and Denmark following his role in helping Messina in their earlier days.... Read More | Share it now!

Bar Machiavelli is the new modern Italian dining experience in Rushcutters Bay (Sydney)

Established Sydney CBD dining icon, Machiavelli Restaurant, has now opened its Rushcutters Bay counterpart on Neild Avenue in a warehouse-style venue. The new restaurant, Bar Machiavelli, is also run by original Machiavelli creator Paola Toppi and seeks to add the Rushcutter Bay’s popular Italian dining scene which already includes Popolo and ACME.... Read More | Share it now!

Tella Balls Dessert Bar add Golden Gaytimes and Coco Pops inspired doughnuts alongside churro bowls (Sydney)

Now that the Tella Balls Dessert Bar is up and running at Dulwich Hill, eagerly pumping out nutella doughnuts and all types of nutella-inspired desserts to rabid customers, the Chefs have decided to introduce two limited edition versions of their actually world famous desserts. Playing around with childhood favourites, the team have designed The Golden Tella Ball and the Choc Crackle Tella Ball to add to their range for a limited time only. In addition, the dessert bar will also be adding dessert craze The Churro Bowl, to their offerings... Read More | Share it now!

Major artist-led event “FOOD Fight – The Battle for Food Security” heading to Liverpool’s Biggie Park (Sydney)

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA), Liverpool City Council and Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre have organised a major artist-led project in Liverpool, dubbed FOOD FIGHT – The Battle for Food Security, culminating in a major public event on Saturday, 30 April (5-8pm) at Bigge Park, Liverpool. The project, which aims to raise awareness about food security and access to affordable, fresh, and nutritious food for everyone in Liverpool and South Western Sydney, leads up to this major event which is set to feature local and healthy food stalls, live cooking shows, DJs, soap-box performances by “Food Warriors”, talks on nutrition, and a dramatic finale involved a short artist-choreographed food fight. Yes, an actual choreographed food fight.... Read More | Share it now!

Krispy Kreme update range with classic American flavours including “Big Apple Pie” and “Campire S’Mores”

Ubiquitous doughnut purveyors Krispy Kreme are mixing up their new range of American Classic flavours with their love of 1950’s tunes, even drawing inspiration from vintage jukeboxes with the creation of a new type of limited-edition box, one which comes with a built-in Bluetooth speaker. Serenading your doughnuts is acceptable.... Read More | Share it now!

The Barber Shop takes a unique approach to new Barangaroo bar

Get a good ol’ fashioned tidy up and revamp that clipper cut while sipping on boutique bottled beers and classy cocktails at The Barber Shop’s second location at The Streets of Barangaroo when the new venue opens by the middle of this month. The award-winning CBD cocktail bar will expand following it’s pop-up concept Gin & It, which has proven to be a necessary addition to the current temporary installment of bars and restaurants alongside to Wulugul waterfront strip.... Read More | Share it now!