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!

Holey Moley Golf Club to open their biggest venue to date in Kings Cross (Sydney)

Adding to their ever-expanding presence across the country, putt-putt party bar Holey Moley Golf Club will be opening their newest location under Sydney’s iconic Coca-Cola sign in Kings Cross. Set to launch on 10th May with what is being described as a “Gatsby-style” grand opening, the rapidly growing chain of venues will bring a two-storey iteration to the Cross, spanning 27 holes, three bars and a full kitchen to handle a new range of burgers, bar snacks and loaded fries. ... Read More | Share it now!

Remi is leading a Melbourne cultural takeover at Kings Cross Hotel this month (Sydney)

Across all five-levels of Kings Cross Hotel will be a pop-up showcase of Melbourne kinetic culture, spanning live music, art, food and drink. Fashioned as Melbourne After Dark, the one-off travelling pop-up will land in Sydney to highlight the world’s most livable city (and maybe show us Sydneysiders a thing or two about nightlife) across the final weekend of November before packing up and heading off to Brisbane and Adelaide in December.... Read More | Share it now!

Barrio Cellar team to open Mexican restaurant Chula in Kings Cross (Sydney)

The team behind late-night favourite Barrio Cellar and Cantonese restaurant Fei Jai are about to expand to a third venue, putting the finishing touches on a Mexican dining concept on Kings Cross’ Bayswater Road. Titled Chula, the new restaurant will be led by Nicole Galloway and Peter Lew while Reece Griffiths has come on board to help the bar. A to-be-announced chef will be coming all the way from Mexico City to take care of the kitchen, which will feature in the space best known as the former digs of Hugo’s Pizza.... Read More | Share it now!

‘Culture Collective’ charity event bringing pop up bars, art, and music to Kings Cross Hotel (Sydney)

In collaboration with Sailor Jerrys, Young Henrys and Gasoline Motor Co., Kings Cross Hotel will be hosting an event on Thursday 12 May, celebrating fast and loud local culture in the name of charity. Donations will go towards supporting the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, a not-for-profit organisation that aims to document, expose and prevent illegal activities at sea using direct-action tactics.... Read More | Share it now!

Review: Delhi by the Way – Potts Point (Sydney)

It seems the recently reinvigorated Kellet Way in Potts Point is once again picking up as a destination for locals and visitors who are looking food good, quiet restaurants and small bars to help battle the lockout law-induced blues. The small street has already drawn a new life from bars The Powder Keg and Parsons, and now casual Indian restaurant Delhi by the Way is adding to the area’s new look. Located on the corner of Kellet Street and Kellet Way, this Delhi-inspired eatery is leading the charge for new restaurants in the area, and so far things seem to be going quite well for owner Susheel Kumar, locals seemingly magnetised by the relaxed, terrace-style atmosphere with an interior which has been fitted out with a stunning, open design that’s both homely and flashy, as if you’ve just stepped into an eccentric wealthy Maharaja’s Sydney getaway.... Read More | Share it now!

Kings Cross Festival will be a mix of pop-up bars, live music, and cinema (Sydney)

Before this month of February comes to a close, famed Sydney hub Kings Cross will be celebrating it’s community with the two-day Kings Cross Festival, staged by the Potts Point Partnership (PPP) for locals and visitors alike. Many a change has occurred in Kings Cross this past year thanks to #CasinoMike and his lockout laws, but the community is still thriving and local businesses are adapting to different models to keep fighting against the foolish notion that ‘The Cross is Dead’. The area is as vibrant as ever with a strong sense of community and some of the best bars and diners in Sydney, many of which are keen to show just that over the last weekend over February.... Read More | Share it now!