Kirribilli’s premiere small bar The Botanist celebrated their first full year earlier this week. Known for the fresh, homely atmosphere, the bar hosted a party worthy of their success, reiterating their focus on outstanding food and drink in the process.
Surry Hills institution The Soda Factory has jumped straight from a small bar menu to an overwhelmingly large and varied selection of American-inspired fare, completing their image as a New York-style speakeasy and offering customers much more than expected.
There's a lot of news, so this week’s issue will come to you in two parts! In this part: The month of tuna kicks off at The Star, we farewell the IMB Sunset Cinema in Sydney, we look at the rising trend of “Mutant Foods”, and we examine the exciting and fulfilling ideas behind Frui’s Creative Holidays. This and so much more!
Tucked away in the back-streets of Alexandria is Sydney’s most exciting Italian food retailer; aptly named Salt Meats Cheese. It’s right next to the popular The Grounds of Alexandria and completes the picture of the inner-west suburb as a veritable oasis for foodies, chefs, and anyone else looking for something far above average.
Travel the world visiting top restaurants to taste new flavours and combine them into frozen yoghurt goodness? Sounds like a dream job that happens to be reality for Scott Shoemaker, head flavourologist at Yogurtland U.S. (aka master dessert creator). Read at your own risk of developing an insatiable craving for something sweet and frozen...
Continuing on their Salvage EP Tour, Brisbane boys MTNS also continue their quest for some good nosh. As part of their food and drink journal they've been keeping for the AU, the band take on the East Coast in this second and final installation.
Water is water, right? Wrong. We recently attended the Australian launch of a brand of bottle artesian water that is set to change to the way the general public thinks about bottled water, and certainly up the standards we have for the healthiest drink in the world.
It’s always the most talked about party of the year; no exceptions. The official Mardi Gras after party – going by the simple name ‘The Party’ - is a free-spirited celebration that completes the picture of pride and diversity, which the Mardi Gras Parade paints onto Sydney each year.
The annual Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras Parade was held on Oxford St last night. As usual all the diversity, fun, colour, irreverent humour and timely political messages was on display. Johnny Au was at the parade to bring you all the action.
Earlier this week in the gorgeous Aquabumps Gallery near Bondi Beach, ubiquitous cider brand Rekorderlig hosted a colourful exhibition in celebration of their popular ‘#celebratethesummer’ Instagram competition.
Bars March - the campaign formerly known as Parched March - enjoyed a massive launch party earlier this week at the relatively new, infinitely gorgeous Café Del Mar.
In this week’s issue: Australia's largest dinner party, The Cottage Bar's latest line up of live acts, news from Rekorderlig and Jack Daniel's, ASOS's 'The Hundred Project', and so much more.
Rekorderlig Cider are delighted to announce they are the exclusive premium cider sponsor for Taste of Sydney 2014. A feast for the senses, Taste of Sydney will be held from Thursday 13th until Sunday 16th March 2014 at the beautiful and iconic Centennial Park.
Truly the place-to-be for the bon vivant inside us all, Darlinghurst gem The Victoria Room still sits as classy as ever among the great range on Victoria Street; but now there is a completely new menu.
The Urban Purveyor Group hosted a progressive dinner for 50 VIP's last week as the launch vehicle for their annual ArgyleXchange Festival - happening right now, through March. Experiencing the signature dishes of chefs Paul McGrath, Shaun Presland & Grant Croft our head photographer Johnny Au and his dining companion Lisa Zhou gives you their thoughts on the evening.