Across August and September, Maybe Mae will be hosting a series of pop ups in support of the Melbourne bar industry called Melbourne, Maybe?
Tag: The Everleigh
Alice Newport from Monkey 47 sat down and had a chat with some of our favourite hospo to see what they’d do if the end of world really came along.
You may know Tom Loosli from such bars as Sydney’s Eau de Vie and from such competitive cocktail competitions as our very own Bartender of the Year.
Michael Madrusan sheds some light on making a career in the industry, his ideal bar experience, mentors in his career, the trends we’ll see next year and more.
Melbourne has a new late night joint to drink and eat well: Bar Margaux, the latest from the Made In The Shade group, whom you may know from such Melbourne institutions as the award-winning The Everleigh and Heartbreaker.
We asked The Everleigh’s Bianca Wendt to talk us through how service works at The Everleigh, and she points out the importance of not just a hearty welcome into the venue, but the importance of a satisfying goodbye.
There’s a new bar coming for Michael Madrusan and Zara Young, the people behind the Made In The Shade Group which owns some of Melbourne’s best bars, The Everleigh and Heartbreaker. The group plans to open Bar Margaux in May, in a basement on Londsdale street in the Melbourne CBD.
Overnight in London Drinks International’s World 50 Best Bars 2013 was unveiled, with a strong showing for a number of Aussie bars. Melbourne’s The Black Pearl took out the title of Best Bar in Australasia and came in at number seven on the list, followed by The Baxter Inn at number 8…
When The Everleigh opened its doors in early July it was clear that Melbourne really did have its next big thing – this was after all the Australian connection to the fabled Milk & Honey’s. Heard of them?
Melbourne’s latest venue to come on line, The Everleigh, is the collaboration between Lauren Schell and Michael Madrusan (both ex Milk & Honey and Little Branch) and the owner of these two iconic venues, Sasha Petraske.