NEWS: Yellow, Riley Street Garage, Gumballs, Coopers Alehouse at T2, Next Gen HV Project & More

This week’s news round-up including Yellow, Riley Street Garage, Gumballs, Coopers Alehouse at T2, Next Gen HV Project and many more.

Yellow, Potts Point

From the Bentley team comes Yellow, a new Potts Point venue opening mid September 2013. The new restaurant is inspired by the Parisian neo-bistro movement, with a small, frequently changing set menu featuring ingredients that Brent Savage and his team have sourced that day. 57-59 Macleay Street, Potts Point

Riley St Garage

Riley St Garage is due to launch this October in Woolloomooloo with a focus on modern Australian cuisine, including an Oyster and Raw bar. The 200-seat restaurant is the venture of Brody Petersen of The Parlour Group, (The Flying Squirrel and The Stuffed Beaver) and will have chef Regan (Ex – Maze London, Dubai and Hong Kong) in charge of the menu with a focus on modern Australian cuisine. 55 Riley Street, Woolloomooloo, Sydney.

Gumballs, World Square Sydney

Gumballs, a South East Asian street food eatery has opened in World Square. Food offerings include easy to eat skewers and food balls such as Asian icy desserts, fruit shakes and coconut rice with curry. Lower Ground level of World Square.

Coopers Alehouse at T2

Coopers Alehouse *

Coopers, in partnership with Emirates Leisure Retail Australia, has today opened the first Coopers Alehouse bar in Sydney, at Sydney Airport’s T2 Domestic Terminal. You’ll find a wide range of Coopers’ brews on tap as well as bottled local & imported beers, wines and pre-mixed beverages. The menu will feature breakfast, lunch and dinner classics like deli sandwiches, gourmet pizzas and light bites.

Good Food Month Program

Good Food Month, Australia’s largest food festival starts in Sydney this October with favourites such events as Night Noodle Markets, Let’s Do Lunch, Omnivore Sydney, World Dinners LINK and Bar Hop. Full program here

Good Food Month at King Street Wharf

As part of Good Food Month, King Street Wharf will be partnering with Arts Brookfield to present “Food, Films and Art by the Wharf”. Expect a pop up cinema on Thursday and Friday nights, dine-in food offers at participating venues and a pop up gallery by well-known art space, Platform 72

The Next Gen HV Project

The Next Gen HV Project is offering an afternoon of fun and games with Hunter Valley wines on Sunday 13th October from 11am-5pm at ‘The Projects’ at The Vic Enmore. The event is free and operates on tasting tokens.

JANUS at Westfield Sydney

After the closure of its Potts Point location, JANUS has relocated to Level 6 of Westfield Sydney serving breakfast, lunch and dinner including burgers, pizza and panini.

* Photo Credit – Coopers Alehouse. 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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