Stan Australia recently turned Sydney’s great Thirsty Bird into Los Pollos Hermanos to celebrate the season three premiere of Better Call Saul on the SVOD service. Now it appears a similar type of promotion will be going down for the forthcoming, and very long awaited, return of David Lynch’s genius Twin Peaks, with Stan marking the arrival of season 3 with an immersive pop-up of the series’ iconic Double R Diner.... Read More | Share it now!
You know Messina Eats right? That delicious foodie series created last year by Gelato Messina in which the dessert empire invites all sorts of savoury champions to their Rosebery HQ in Sydney to put together a carpark feast. It’s back this weekend, and this time Messina have tapped into one of their young chefs, Tom, who has returned to the business after leaving to hone his skills as a pie maker. Tom now stands at the head of Messina’s gelato and pastry team, and on Saturday 18th March he’ll be mixing that all up with his love of freshly baked pies. Yep, pies and gelato – you’re in for a treat.... Read More | Share it now!
On January 26th Arnott’s announced that their latest Tim Tam collaboration would be with one of Australia’s most beloved dessert brands, Gelato Messina. Excitement was immediate. Messina have become the go-to for funky gelato flavours, and Arnott’s iconic Tim Tam remain one of the country’s most beloved snacks (they are even available in the U.S now), so surely combining these two should ideally produce the most magical range of Tim Tam flavours yet.... Read More | Share it now!
Call this the dessert collaboration to end all dessert collaborations (and we all know just how many pop up just about every week). Arnott’s have had the good sense to take their iconic Tim Tam biscuits and introduce a range of new flavours in partnership with none other than the most in-demand dessert brand in the country, Gelato Messina. ... Read More | Share it now!
Just a few weeks ago a heartbroken woman left a voicemail message for Messina, essentially cutting ties with them because she couldn’t get her favourite dessert on New Year’s Eve. The dominate dessert demigods may not have won her back by standing outside of her window with a boombox raised above their head, but we think their way of making it up to her – and us for some glorious reason – is just as sweet. ... Read More | Share it now!
The lineup has grown significantly for Velodrome Food Truck Festival since the inaugural Australia Day weekend event was announced late last year. Across four days, from 26th to 29th January, Melbourne’s newest arts and food venue, the Velodrome, is promising a packed out festival full of the city’s most famous food vendors as well as live music, an inflatable outdoor cinema, a Mexican wrestling ring, and a 40-foot crane for aerial acrobatics. Yes, you read that correctly: a 40-foot crane for aerial acrobatics.... Read More | Share it now!
Gelato Messina have gotten a bit cheeky with their latest Christmas creation, a cake which depicts the fate awaiting Santa if he’s planning to visit Sydney this year. “This year’s Christmas cake signifies the real life situation you could end up in this Christmas if Mike Baird gets his wicked way and keeps Sydney on lock down all night”, reads a statement on the popular dessert brand’s official website, heralding The Lockout Claus.... Read More | Share it now!
Rosebery’s food-focused precinct Saporium will be pushing into the holiday season with a two-day festival of sorts, tasking some of their most popular tenants with forming a Christmas market, offering a range of unique gifts and food collaborations. Planned for Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th December, Saporium will transform into a lively marketplace with the likes of Messina, Archie Rose Distilling Co, Black Star Pastry, Three Blue Ducks, and special guests Mitch Orr and Levins, who will both be staging an “Eats & Beats” workshop at the hub’s VIVE Cooking School.... Read More | Share it now!
Traveling culture festival Royal Croquet Club has officially debuted in Sydney after returning for its third overall consecutive year in Australia, propped up on the iconic sands from now until Sunday 4th December with a jaw-dropping list of some of the city’s most popular food vendors, fashion stalls, live music, experiential art installations, theatre, bars, and yep, croquet. The Adelaide-born festival, which toured through Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane earlier this year, is expected to draw a crowd of 60,000 over its 10 days.... Read More | Share it now!