NEWS: The Bourbon, Tenkomori, Chanoma Café, GIVVA Fork, International Margarita Day

This week’s round-up of what’s new, what’s cool, what to drink:

The Bourbon

The Bourbon at Kings Cross has been reinvented with an interior blending New Orleans flair and timeless elegance. With head chef James Metcalfe at the helm, the menu is inspired by New Orleans flavours with a contemporary twist. 24 Darlinghurst Road, Potts Point

The Bourbon *

The Bourbon on Urbanspoon

Tenkomori & Chanoma Café

Tenkomori, a quality fast-food ramen house and Chanoma Café, Sydney’s first specialist matcha teahouse have joined join Nu Suandokmai’s Thai eatery Senyai and Assembly Bar in Regent Place retail centre. At Tenkomori with its streetscape design, you can choose your stock base,, then your favourite topping and add accessories. The team at Chanoma Café brew their own batch matcha green tea, then pair it with Japanese-style hot dogs and desserts. Regent Place, corner of Bathurst and George Streets, Sydney.

Tenkomori Ramen House on Urbanspoon

Chanoma Cafe on Urbanspoon

GIVVA Fork 2013 Campaign

Major Raiser’s 2013 GIVVA FORK Campaign is supporting the World Food Programme to provide school meals to children in Laos, with every dollar raised providing 4 school meals to a child. Restaurant partners throughout Sydney will be stocking GIVVA FORKS throughout March 2013. To get involved, visit

International Margarita Day

February 22nd is International Margarita Day. Celebrate your love of tequila with the world at your favourite Sydney bars, or at your choice of Mexican restaurants, from the newly-opened Mejico in Sydney, El Topo in Bondi Junction or Mexico Food and Liquor in Surry Hills. Olé!

* Photo Credit: The Bourbon, used with permission


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Corinne Mossati is the founder and editor of Gourmantic. An avid scribe, she has taken pen to paper since the age of five. Her repertoire includes long works of fiction, short stories and travelogues. She is a winner of the GT travel writing competition, has judged the Australasian Whisky Awards and several cocktail competitions. She is also named in the Australian Bartender Most Influential List.

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