To celebrate the first permanent Sydney store from Melbourne-born burger heroes 8Bit, the video-game inspired joint is planning to give away 300 freebies of their signature burg: the 8bit with cheese. They’ll be serving up these totally free, totally delicious burgers on Thursday 3rd May (that’s tomorrow for those playing at home) from their home at the newly opened Steam Mill Lane precinct down at Darling Harbour.... Read More | Share it now!
Joining the already announced venues of Belles Hot Chicken, Fishbowl, Edition Coffee Roasters, Toby’s Estate and the Sydney debut of Melbourne’s famed 8Bit at Darling Square’s forthcoming Steam Mill Lane will be five new eateries, each reflecting a very diverse palate. Darling Square, part of the $3.4 billion plan to reshape Darling Harbour by the end of 2019, will be the location for this new food and drink precinct which will be revealed as early as April of this year.... Read More | Share it now!
It was bound to happen sooner or later. As one of the staple attractions of Darling Harbour’s forthcoming food precinct, Darling Square, Melbourne’s acclaimed burger joint 8bit is officially making the move to Sydney. The popular retro video game inspired burger restaurant, which now has three venues across Melbourne, is planning to open a 100-seat restaurant at the new precinct on Steam Mill Lane, which should be completed around April of next year.... Read More | Share it now!
It’s widely known that 8Bit have some of the best burgers in all of Australia, regularly attracting queues to their O.G Footscray and now Swanston Street venues. Just the very mention of their expertly designed burgers is enough to elicit copious amounts of drool, so think of how wet the typical Melburnian appetite will be when they team with BBQ joint Up In Smoke to bring an epic pop-up to Flinders Lane.... Read More | Share it now!
If you’re serious about burgers then you already know that some of the best in Australia can be found in Melbourne, from the highly acclaimed, incredibly juicy 8Bit to the hip Easy’s (consumed in a train carriage five levels above Collingwood). And while the burger scene still continues to grow in the city, opportunities are far too rare to see all these incredibly burger brands come together under one concept. Luckily, some of best in town are coming together to create the Burger Invitational as part of the annual Melbourne Food & Wine Festival in early March, all rocking up to outdoor food truck park Welcome to Thornbury for days of fried and flipped deliciousness. ... Read More | Share it now!