Category BOOZE

The Dog House

The trick about having a busy inbox is to know which emails to ignore, and which ones to pay attention to. So when I received one inviting me to The Owl House’s new Thursday night Hot Dog soiree ‘Dog House’, it immediately raised an eyebrow. Selecting an appropriate aperitif in the Buttered Fashioned (Butter infused… Continue reading

A Guide To Lyon

This was the third (but most important) time I’d been to the ‘Capital of Lights’, and France’s third largest city – Lyon. The city itself has all the beauty you’d imagine of a scaled-down Paris, and the charm to boot, with less of the bedlam that comes with being an international capital. Lyon has swiftly… Continue reading

3 Winos Trade Day

What type of person would pass up the opportunity to ingest copious amounts of vodka, wine and caviar whilst listening to Dan Aykroyd ramble on about the significance of Crystal Skulls and how they somehow relate to large-scale quantities of Vodka and en masse marketing techniques? Not I, said the Walrus. Precisely why I found… Continue reading

Craft Beer Week Launch

Ushering in Sydney’s growing obsession with Craft Beers, the annual ‘Craft Beer Week’, hosted by Joel Connolly, could as easily be named ‘Craft Beard Week’, if not for the all-too-obvious statement it would appear to make. Ekim, Batch, Modus Operandi, and the obligatory Young Henrys brands join forces to showcase Sydney’s best craft beer brewers,… Continue reading

Sydney’s Best Burgers – Mary’s

*** FEATURED IN CITY HUB – BEST OF SYDNEY 2015 *** My favourite type of burger (and the best type, because I’m always right), consists of a meat patty, American style cheese, a pickle, and a killer bun. Sometimes bacon. No egg. No pineapple. No beetroot. Got it? Good. It’s simplicity (like a good Pizza)… Continue reading

Sydney’s Best Cocktail Bar – The Owl House

*** FEATURED IN CITY HUB – BEST OF SYDNEY 2015 *** Step into this cosy clandestine Darlinghurst gem to experience the coolest cocktails Sydney has to offer, from some of the world’s finest mixologists. The soundtrack can range from The Smiths to Jimi Hendrix, and the clientele are generally discerning locals, who know where it’s… Continue reading

Grey Goose ‘La Boulangerie’

I’ve knocked back many a vodka in my time, but never have I experienced it in such diverse a fashion as I did at the launch of ‘La Boulangerie’, an artisan pop-up, coming to Yellow Restaurant from Friday 21st August until Sunday 6th September. Midday on a Tuesday is as good a time as any… Continue reading