Zeus Street Greek has opened in North Sydney today and is giving away free pitas

Popular Greek fast food chain Zeus Street Greek is officially moving into Northpoint in North Sydney as of today, and is celebrating by giving away free pitas. Over the years, the rapidly expanding brand has proven to be one of the more reliable fast-casual options in Sydney, featuring a sizable menu full of modern twists on traditional Greek making use of local ingredients.... Read More | Share it now!

Kings Cross gets a colourful new 80’s themed bar named Chachi’s (Sydney)

A retro-inspired dive bar has opened up not far from Kings Cross’ iconic Coca-Cola sign, transforming what was formerly The Old Growler and bringing Sydney the vibrant 80’s-minded Chachi’s. Described as a “fully immersive eighties bar”, the brightly hued watering hole has gone through the dark and grungy space with a serious itch for nostalgia, making use of everything from a Grace Jones mural and polaroid cameras to lego, classic arcade games and rubiks cubes. ... Read More | Share it now!

Munich Brauhaus debuts in South Bank with huge 900-seat bier hall (Brisbane)

Popular German dining spot Munich Brauhaus has officially made its debut in Brisbane, bringing the city a massive 900-seat, two storey beer hall located in the renovated, heritage-listed Allgas Building in Stanley Street Plaza. Positioned in the heart of South Bank, this one should easily get over well with fans of hearty schnitzels, pork knuckles, salted pretzels, and of course beer.... Read More | Share it now!

James Squire is releasing a porter using 220 year old yeast discovered in a shipwreck

James Squire will release what is being said to be their more rare and special beer to date, giving new life to one of the world’s oldest surviving recipes using 220 years old yeast discovered in the depths of Australia’s oldest merchant shipwreck – Sydney Cove – which ran aground in the waters surrounding Tasmania’s Preservation Island in 1797. They’re unsurprisingly calling it The Wreck – Preservation Ale, and it has been brewed in collaboration with the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery of Launceston and the Australian Wine Research Institute in Adelaide.... Read More | Share it now!

Review: A new autumn menu launches at Barangaroo’s Été Restaurant (Sydney)

Spearheaded by ex-Vine chef Drew BoltonÉté Restaurant takes on contemporary French-Australian cuisine with finesse and plenty of flavour.  One of the newer additions to Barangaroo, the restaurant plays on the notion of seasons (Été translates to summer). The menu is, of course, seasonal, but even the interior changes with the décor and installations transforming according to the seasons. The bright, contemporary restaurant was designed by Foolscap Studio, the team behind Noma Sydney.... Read More | Share it now!

All Merivale restaurants and bars are offering half price drinks every day in June (Sydney)

Justin Hemmes and Merivale are feeling the festive spirit across Sydney and June. And why wouldn’t they? We’ve got Vivid Sydney and Sydney Film Festival coming up, plus there’s loads of other things to do (except stay out really late, we’ve still got those shitty lock out laws) during those 30 days, so the hospitality group are offering a heavy discount on all their drinks, across 37 of their venues. ... Read More | Share it now!

Stockade Brew Co to open new craft beer bar in Marrickville (Sydney)

Inner-West Sydney always welcomes new craft beer bars with open arms, and the latest will certainly be no exception as the country’s fastest growing independent craft beer producer, Stockade Brewing Co, opens shop in Marrickville this month. The new fully operating brewery, tasting room and bar will repurpose an old factory space with a large range of house beers, unique brews, tasting experiences and planned collaborations with local food, spirit and wine brands. ... Read More | Share it now!

Review: Andy Harmer takes the reigns at QT Melbourne’s Pascale Bar & Grill (Melbourne)

Ambience wise, QT Melbourne’s Pascale Bar & Grill hasn’t changed much since its opening back in 2016. The venue still has the same luxuriously cheeky vibe that intrigued me so much on my first visit. However, with Andy Harmer having recently taken the reigns as executive chef, the culinary offerings at Pascale Bar & Grill have certainly changed for the better.... Read More | Share it now!