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This Week's Food News - Bottoms Up!


Alex Harmon & DJ Hookie both ensured they kept up with their fluids this week...



It has been a year since Mr Tipply took over the City Hotel in the CBD, so a birthday bash fit for a one-year-old boozehound was thrown. With a candy bar, exotic entertainers, and a dress-up photo-booth, it was a festival for the big kid inside all of us. Drinks were fun and fruity, like ginger mojitos and Belvedere berry cocktails; and live music resonated over two floors. Wait staff served canapés such as mini crispy fish tacos, tempura rock shrimp, pork belly and pickled cabbage sliders, and yakitori chicken skewers; but it was the pop-up dumpling bar that kept punters going back for more! A kitsch and quirky good time was had.
mrtipplys.com.au

PS: You can read Ryan Kennedy's full review of Mr Tipply's back here: http://missdissent.livejournal.com/581780.html




Also this week, take advantage of Sydney’s latest artisan pop-up Grey Goose ‘La Boulangerie’ at Yellow Restaurant, Potts Point. There's everything from a daytime artisan bakery, incredible three-course dinner tasting menus, and a cheeky martini bar on offer, running between 21st August and the 6th September. (Salon de Martini runs only from 27th – 29th August). Go experience the wondrous delights of the naughty clear liquid we call vodka...
greygooselaboulangerie.com.au

PS: You can read DJ Hookie's complete experience of the three-course dinner menu on his blog Look Mum No Hands here: http://www.lookmumnohands.com.au/2015/08/17/grey-goose-la-boulangerie/

Yellow
57 Macleay Street, Potts Point
Ph: (02) 9332 2344

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