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Launch of Big Rig Diner at Ruby Rabbit

Big Rig Diner at Ruby Rabbit officially opened for business last week with a bumper launch party. Head chef Zachary Sykes created a fantastic sampler menu for last night's launch which included mini Big Rig hotdogs with spicy sausage, caramelised onion, brie and tomato chilli jam. To wash it all down guests enjoyed punchy margaritas from El Jimador, Jack Daniels cocktails and Miller beer.
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Sub-Urban by Belluci’s, Canberra

Cnr Cape & Woolley Street, Dickson, Canberra 02 6257 7788 www.sub-urban.com.au Sub-Urban opened last December to a packed beer garden and sunny skies in the large art-deco inspired corner buildin...
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Re:Love Open Members Only Bar

Re:Love, the gents that brought Bondi The Rum Diaries and Cream Tangerine, have decided have decided to keep themselves busy over the cool winter months while the Tangerine is shut with their latest project...
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door 74, Amsterdam

Bartender magazine 'Internationalist' contributor, Philip Duff, is not just a man of many witty words but also the jetset bar guru behind Amsterdam's new door 74. door 74 is a Valhalla for connoisseurs of c...
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Das Zimmer, Hobart

Located in the heart of Hobart, Das Zimmer provides a full food menu and extensive wine list until 3am (Russian lobster and white asparagus is a refreshing change from a doner kebab at 2am). Das Zimmer is situated in a quirky loft space that's divided into private booths - each with their own luxurious lounges and the option of shutting out the rest of the world with your own velvet drapes.
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Rockpool Bar & Grill, Sydney

Following the huge success of Rockpool Bar & Grill in Melbourne, Neil Perry has brought his steakhouse concept to Sydney and the initial reviews have been nothing short of rave. Along with the impressive dining room (and the country's most extensive wine list featuring over 3,800 wines) there is also a traditional steakhouse bar (think NYC style) located adjacent to the main dining room with a capacity for 45 drinkers.
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Temperance Hotel, Melbourne

This curiously named pub housed in the old 'Frostbites' on Chapel Street has been completely overhauled into a contemporary bar and lounge in the heart of Melbourne's busy shopping and entertainment district. While its name might suggest this as a place for teetotallers, General Manager, Peter Little, assures us that this pub is well-stocked with booze, saying : "We offer a diverse selection of fine wine and imported beers in a comfortable and contemporary environment that is made even more enjoyable by our knowledgeable and friendly staff."
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Ivy, Sydney

Take a look back at our profile of the Ivy that featured in Industry magazine in May 2008.This $150 million urban oasis is still wowing its clientele with its miraculous gardens, decadent pool bar and amazing cuisine...
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Spice Market, Melbourne

Melbourne’s new Spice Market occupies a large basement space down Beaney Lane (off Russell Street) below the newly redeveloped Grand Hyatt Melbourne and manages to completely redefine the concept of a laneway bar.
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Spice Temple

10 Bligh Street, Sydney 02 8078 1800 www.spicetemple.com Spice Temple is another dish on the menu of celebu-chef Neil Perry's dynamic culinary empire which includes Rockpool Sydney and Rockpool Bar ...