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!

Priscillas is the new veg-first restaurant and bar at The Imperial Erskineville (Sydney)

Inner-west icon The Imperial Erskineville has been making a hell of a lot of noise since its recent re-launch following an eight-month $6 million redevelopment. Now the venue’s owners are ready to unveil the venue’s resident restaurant, Priscillas, which combines live entertainment with a fabulous “Drag & Dine” concept and food that focuses on a dedicated ceviche bar and a plant-based menu. ... Read More | Share it now!

Rarities and unique drinks on the shelf for Newtown’s new P&V Wine & Liquor (Sydney)

Lou Dowling of Mary’s has teamed up with the beloved burger joints co-founders, Jake Smyth and Kenny Graham, as well as renowned wine and drinks expert (and well-known journalist) Mike Bennie to open P&V Wine & Liquor in Newtown. Located on Enmore road, the recently opened drinks concept is being described as “part bottle-o, part booze-community incubator” and has been founded with a strong commitment to local and natural wine as well as small batch beer and spirits, with the aim of supporting local business.... Read More | Share it now!

Da Vinci’s Italian Restaurant – Summer Hill (Sydney)

We have but no choice to be more discerning when it comes to Italian food in Sydney; the proliferation of authentic, good quality Italian restaurants across the city has educated us all on the beautiful diversity this inescapable cuisine delivers. While the new ventures are consistently giving us a reason to fall in love with Italian food over and over again, it’s the older, established Italian institutions that remain at the head of the pack, and a brilliant example is Da Vinci’s in Summer Hill which, after making a name for itself amongst locals, was re-imagined by Nicola Piteo and Valerio Rossi after they purchased it over a year ago.... Read More | Share it now!

Newtown gets a Day of the Dead inspired Mexican cantina and Tequila bar (Sydney)

Brightly coloured décor, painted skeletons, and murals by a local graffiti artist will welcome anyone who steps into Newtown’s latest opening, a Mexican cantina and Tequila bar going by the name of Calaveras. The new venture from Gerardo Macip aims to deliver a traditional cantina straight to the heart of the inner-west hub, offering a fun and relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy authentic Mexican food and drink. ... Read More | Share it now!