“Everyone talks about the practicalities of opening a bar – like concept, construction, finances etc – but rarely do they discuss the emotional side of it.”
Group Ops Manager Mary White says: “This list is unlike anything we’ve done before, with our bar manager taking a highly technical and out-of-the-box approach to the drinks. This is one of the best menus I have ever seen to date, and we are very proud of the results.”
Offering more than 150 whiskies, many of which are limited edition that owner Joel Best has collected himself on his many travels to authentic Japanese whisky distilleries over the years, whisky lovers will not be short of choice.
Head down the stairs to the basement for an old-school boozer dedicated to 80’s rock, cocktails lots of bourbon. The big highlights here are the 13-metre bar top, and a 100 Disk AMI Jukebox, dedicated to your rock favourites.
Designed to reflect ‘the wisdom of the crowds’, the Top 500 Bars developed the list based on results compiled from over two thousand sources including experts and journalists, as well as data from online reviews, search engine results and social media channels.
Gonzo Group (Jon Di Pinto, Sean Howard & Michael Keogh), the legends behind Memphis Slims House of Blues, Shotgun Willie’s and Cry Baby et al, have taken over the operational reigns at an Adelaide institution; Sugar nightclub.
The first Bar Convent Singapore (BCB Singapore) kicked off yesterday, offering a great platform for bar and beverage professionals to connect, innovate, and celebrate regional talent.
From Dimitri Rtshiladze (Bar Awards Bar Operator of the Year 2023) and the team that brought you Foxtrot Unicorn and Nieuw Ruin, comes this new little pub on William Street the Perth suburb of Northbridge.
Prepare your loved ones. Oh god. You will be busy 100% of the time for many, many months. You will forget to return phone calls, forget to eat, forget birthdays, forget your keys.
SPON features a daily rotational open-bottle list of 12 (primarily) wines, large-format ales and ciders, with two wines chosen by the house (a white and red) and the other spots to be chosen by the guests over the course of the day.
This year’s competition entry challenge called ‘PAINT THE WORLD PATRÓN PALOMA’ asked bartenders to create a PATRÓN PALOMA serve worthy of their favourite city.
Within Australia, Sydney’s Maybe Sammy climbed 14 places (No. 15), being the fifth time it has been best in the continent and Melbourne’s cocktail pub Caretaker’s Cottage entered the list (No.23).