Glebe Point Road’s playful mod-Lebanese restaurant Thievery is doing something a little different for the month of August, temporarily replacing their original offerings with a special “Middle Eastern Yum Cha” menu in an attempt to fuse aspects of Middle Eastern and Asian eats. ... Read More | Share it now!
Glebe is about the get a new dynamic retail space with the launch of The Works Showroom, a micro-leasing concept store on the suburb’s main strip just a stone’s throw from the legendary Glebe Markets. Launched just last week, the space is set to showcase and facilitate locally-made goods providing small businesses the opportunity to further connect to Sydneysiders and develop their presence by balancing casual market trading with long-term retail store leasing.... Read More | Share it now!
Do you recall the delicate nuances of Joey and Pacey’s relationship in Dawson’s Creek? Got a strange (yet awesome) obsession with television commercials? Fancy yourself an expert on cult movies? It’s no surprise Trivia Night has become essential to just about every pub around the world, and it’s even less of a surprise that it’s often the most popular monthly event for local institutions like Sydney’s Toxteh Hotel, a frequent haunt for those living in and around Glebe.... Read More | Share it now!
Glebe Street Fair will return for it’s 33rd year this weekend, filling one of Sydney’s best known stretches with a celebration of local community and culture. Set for Sunday 20th November, the country’s longest street fair will present a program of live performances, market stalls, talks, contests, workshops and music to a great number of Sydneysiders, approximated at around 100,000 visitors. ... Read More | Share it now!
Organised by the fine folk at The Sydney Connection, last week’s sold out Glebe Tasting Trek was a unique way to discover new gems in a part of Sydney many think they know well. Asking “how long have you been here?” at an establishment was often met with a reply of “several years”, throwing off my initial theory that “this place must be new” and “I just haven’t come to the area recently enough”. Is this the case all over Sydney? Are there gems that I’ve been walking past all these years, not paying any attention to?... Read More | Share it now!
It has now been a few weeks since Tramsheds Harold Park opened to the public, a new and unique European inspired dining hall in the historic Rozelle Tram Depot that has proved to be a massive hit with visitors. The food and dining precinct has quickly become one of the it destinations in Sydney, bolstered by high quality experiences from the likes of Bodega 1904 and Belles Hot Chicken. While the many tenants who make up this very multicultural space have been working hard to serve the masses, one of Tramshed’s more curious features remains Artisan Lane, a sightly strip in between many of these restaurants designed as an adaptable “flexi space” with rotating pop ups; it’s time Artisan Lane is put to the test, with a program of food stalls, masterclasses, markets, and workshops planned for 76-seater strip.... Read More | Share it now!
The intersection of Glebe and Annandale, at the Northern End of the Harold Park development is where Sydneysiders will find that the historic 1904 Rozelle Tram Depot has been gutted, restored, and turned into an impressively slick European-style dining hall. It’s part of a huge redevelopment of the area by Mirvac, and one of the most anticipated elements of the ‘new’ Sydney this year; it’s finally ready to be unveiled to the public from tomorrow, Thursday 22nd September.... Read More | Share it now!
Glebe marches to the beat of a different drummer. Erudite misfits call it home, as do students, families, travellers and long-time residents. It’s affectionate and invigorating, a place where old terrace houses sit a stone’s throw away from UTS and Sydney University. Future leaders and creatives rub shoulders with the traditional and the comfortable.... Read More | Share it now!
Towards the end of this month, Glebe will be turning into a hub of live music, craft beer, food, and culture as debut concept Coloursound Festival takes over from March 24th to 27th. That’s four days of seriously good times, organised by local Joshua McBeath in partnership with vinyl, burger, and beer joint The Record Crate aimed at bringing more life to Glebe Point Road with over 70 performances across 13 of Glebe’s best spaces. ... Read More | Share it now!