Corinne Mossati

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.

The Resident Opens in Darlinghurst

The Resident, Darlinghurst

The Resident, a new Mediterranean-influenced venue by the team from Lotus Dining has opened along College Street by Hyde Park. Operating as a cafe during the day, chef Pablo Tordesillas’s menu includes house-made organic bread, pastries as well as a fresh, seasonal lunch menu. By night, it’s Mediterranean-inspired dishes using …

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Rye July at the Glenmore Hotel

Rye July

The Glenmore Hotel in The Rocks is hosting its second annual Rye July series starting from 1 July through 31 July. A special whiskey menu is available throughout the month as well as the Night of Whiskies on Thursday 14 July, a ticketed event where The Glenmore’s middle level will …

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Kittyhawk Sydney

Kittyhawk Sydney

After much anticipation, Kittyhawk, the second venue from the award winning Lobo Plantation team has opened this week. Kittyhawk Kittyhawk is no speakeasy. You’ll easily find its imposing khaki façade at the corner of Phillip and Bent Street in Sydney CBD at the site previously occupied by Ball and Bear …

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Vine Double Bay Origins Dinner Series

Vine-Origins-Dinner-Series

Vine in Double Bay has launched a series of chef collaboration dinners where over the next few months, Executive Chef Drew Bolton, will be partnering with some of Sydney’s finest chefs to create one-night-only dining experiences. The Origins Dinner Series is inspired by Drew’s upbringing in the beautiful Blue Mountains …

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Gourmantic Turns Seven

Gourmantic's 7th Birthday

7 years. What’s that in dog years? Or internet years? “Longevity”, “endurance”, “how do you do it” are words that are often thrown around but the reality is that there’s a lot of hard work behind the façade of going out every night and being spoilt with delicious food and …

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Kirin Sakaba Pop-Up at the Oaks

Kirin Sakaba Pop-Up at the Oaks

The Oaks in Neutral Bay is turning Japanese with the Kirin Sakaba Pop-Up in the 1936 Bar running from June until August. Kirin Sakaba Pop-Up at the Oaks Transformed into a Japanese garden, the 1936 Bar with traditional lanterns, bamboo archways, decorative bonsai trees and a striking LED cherry blossom …

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