Inspired by the pre-lockout days and the good old fashioned RSL, the South King Recreation Club is the latest addition to Newtown’s nightlife.
Mary’s has been one of the most talked about openings of this year, with the venue getting rave reviews for their food. But this pub with some good nosh is not just a restaurant. We sat down with Kenny Graham to find out a little about the venue’s story.
Sydney Bar Week kicks off in just 9 days, and the weather in Sydney has been absolutely cracking — you could call it Mint Julep weather. So it’s just as well that Miss Peaches and Woodford Reserve are presenting a night at the Kentucky Derby…
Miss Peaches dives into the deep south for their delicious take on drinking food. There’s some talented bartenders on board in the space above the Hotel Marlborough in the increasingly bar-ified Newtown.
Has a dish ever gained so celebrated a status so quickly? And has said dish been a burger? Sydney’s boozing and drinking set is known for being fickle; on to the next trend — be it a drink or burger — quicker than you can type 140 characters. But these are great…
When the Newtown Hotel swung its doors open, after a major nine month renovation by new owners the Keystone Group, Newtown was just hitting its stride again as an entertaining, delicious destination.
Got nothing to do for the next two and a half minutes? Of course you do. Or, you could check out the slick video of new Newtown soul food and drink shack, Miss Peaches, like we did.
They’ve also announced that that from next Thursday their new house blues band, Ray Beadle and the Silver Dollars, will take the stage, giving you Sydneysiders just one more reason to head to Newtown for all your food and drink needs.
Woolloomoo has a new bar brewing that’s a creative collaboration between Oscar McMahon from Newtown’s Young Henry’s brewery (pictured), Jack Brown (ex-owner Chingalings and hospitality business consultant), with Alex Watts and Nick Watney from Camperdown’s Runcible Spoon.