There’s a shake-up in New York’s bar scene with Aussie ex-pat Sam Ross set to head up a new inner-city venture on the current Milk & Honey site.
Month: October 2011
Recently, the 2012 Campari Calendar, now in its 13th edition, was unveiled in Milan, Italy.
The City of Sydney today unveiled the first look of the City’s Late Night Economy Policy with the launch of its new night time Discussion Paper – calling for more transport, extended trading hours for retail, museums and libraries and more options for late night dining.The City of Sydney’s extensive consultation as part of the development of the City’s first night time policy has provided a unique insight into what residents, visitors, workers, tourists and clubbers really want to make Sydney’s nightlife function better.
Ben Taouss (ex-Pocket and Stitch Sydney) is onboard to head up Assembly – a collaborative style bar within the multi-million dollar Regents Place development on Kent street.
Blue Ribbon has a long-last taste and noticeable floral and botanical flavours that are enhanced by a wonderful overtone of fresh citrus – a ‘Grand Cru’ gin.
The boys from the Local Taphouse have recently added to their already award winning venue with the opening of their own bottle and provisions store.
“This is like the Japanese equivalent of the local pub,” says Charlie Ainsbury (ex Duke Bistro bartender) and the man in charge of my dinner. It’s not hard to disbelieve, and although I’m one of the early ones this place would be a great venue to kick back with a group and enjoy a few ice cold beers and some of the great food on offer.
island2island have announced Joe Sinagra, Luxe Bar (Perth) as the winner of the Angostura Cocktail Challenge national finalist for 2011.
Check out the recently released Sydney BarShow Week action video! What a week it was, with all the pre and post events this year’s show was by far one of the best.
Andy Penney (ex-Flinders and Duke, Sydney) is now licensee and General Manager of 21 – tha latest Kings Cross nightspot that’s mixing up what the strip has to offer. “Tha name comes from the old days when this place was a notorious gambling den called The Kellet Club,” Penney stated.