The Speakeasy Group have opened their Pathway to Partnership Program to the wider bar world; it could help you to realise your bar ownership ambitions.
“Who they’re with as well makes a massive difference,” says Laura Roscioli, “because if they’re friends with whisky snobs or drink connoisseur, they can be very like ‘Oh, he doesn’t know what he’s doing.'”
Sven Almenning’s podcast, Ananas, is now eight episodes into conversations with the industry’s best — here’s why he launched a podcast for the bar business.
Two bartenders for whom this year was the first in the Top 8 — and who we think will be ones to look out for in the 2019 instalment of the competition — are these two here: the talented Nick Cozens from Eau de Vie Melbourne, and newcomer Jet Hauge from Sydney’s Burrow Bar.
As with all things Speakeasy Group — whom you may know from such award-winning bars as Eau de Vie Sydney and Melbourne, Boilermaker House, and Mjolner Sydney and Melbourne — they’ve brought their signature flair for the extravagant to the new venue, which might be their most ambitious yet.
Burrow Bar offers shelter from the storm that is Sydney life; the pleasures of old fashioned hospitality, a place of refuge between the office and home.
SVEN ALMENNING is the managing director and owner of the influential Speakeasy Group of venues — Eau de Vie Sydney and Melbourne, Boilermaker House, Mjølner Sydney and Melbourne, and the forthcoming Parramatta venue, Nick & Nora’s.
Sven Almenning lands at number two on the Most Influential List this year; here, see what he thinks the trends will be in 2018 and who he thinks is at the vanguard of the next generation.
The team at The Speakeasy Group is known for their love of whisky, and their new Sydney bar Mjølner will be no exception when it opens next month on Cleveland Street, Redfern.
Story by Sam Bygrave Photography by Peter Czeczon If it’s true we eat with our…