Why 23? Are you turning into Buzzfeed with your arbitrary numbers based on how much you can be bothered googling and presenting to your readers as some kind of faux-authoritative listicle they’ll share with their friends and be like “omgod dis so me fo’ real, fam. Sc-uhhh-reaming!”? Well, not quite. There has been too many great openings in Sydney as of late, so we had to stretch the below list from the originally planned 20 to 23 because it was just too damn hard to leave even one of these out. ... Read More | Share it now!
The historic Tramsheds is currently playing host to an interesting pop-up from lovers of unusual Hendrick’s and eclectic home wares retailer Matt Blatt. The idiosyncratic bar popped up this past week and will remain shaped into the bustling European-style food hall until the middle of March. ... Read More | Share it now!
I would imagine all of the tenants in Tramsheds Harold Park are fairly happy right now. Head along on any given the day and the diverse European inspired food hall is packed full of life, welcoming the hungry as they have their pick of the litter between the likes of Gelato Messina and Belles Hot Chicken and Bodega 1904 and Osaka Trading Co.. Everyone is doing quite well for themselves, but it’s obvious high-profile chef Jared Ingersoll and his Seagrass Boutique Hospitality Group collaboration Butcher & Farmer snagged the most enviable position. ... 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!
Craft beer will be brewed on-site at Sir Chapel, the latest food providore to join the line up for the highly anticipated Tramsheds Harold Park precinct. The new heritage-listed dining destination is just over a week away from finally becoming a reality, ready to offer the likes of Sir Chapel which will be standing alongside the likes of Belles Hot Chicken and Osaka Trading Co as one of the European inspired food hall’s signature offerings. ... Read More | Share it now!
In the coming months the city of Sydney is going to be seeing a major shift with retail and food precincts, from Circular Quay – with Gateway Sydney – to the inner-west suburb of Rozelle – with a major revamp to the old 1904 Rozelle Tram Depot. Tramsheds has to date been one of the most talked about developments in the city, set as a very unique space with a curated selection of retailers and dining options standing in the heritage-listed building, designed to maintain many of its original features.... Read More | Share it now!