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This Week's Food News: Late Nights




With the Baird Government being granted another term in NSW, you might have given up all hope of the lockout laws ever being rescinded; especially as you watch Kings Cross rapidly morphed from being our entertainment district into a ‘sought after’ residential address using high-rise developments. However it’s not all gloom and doom: The Powder Keg, a Kings Cross small bar you can enter after the witching hour on Friday and Saturday nights, has a great late night menu running until 2.30am. Chef Elijah Holland will be banging out some burgers - wild boar and fennel burgers with Cheddar cheese and smoked ketchup, that is. You’ll also be able to munch on duck schnitzel lollipops as you imbibe Grant Collins’ fabulous gin creations. And during the witching hour itself (12am-1am) you can enjoy a burger’n’Mary combo for $25, or some mature Cheddar puffs with Volcano Punch for $20. Thank Collins for small mercies…

PS. You can check out my full review here.


The Powder Keg
7 Kellett Street, Potts Point
Ph: (02) 8354 0980

Powder Keg Restaurant & Bar on Urbanspoon

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