As true Melburnians we become inherently giddy when we hear about new restaurant pop-ups around town, and who better to open a trendy all-day eatery than our trusted foodie friends at Broadsheet. The team have collaboratively decked out the site of the old Manfax Paint & Hardware store on Gertrude Street, Fitzroy, to bring all of our favourite dishes conveniently to one unsurprisingly cool location.
The carefully curated menu is comprised of hero plates belonging to some of Melbourne’s most popular chefs, restaurateurs, bartenders and baristas. With food choices from Top Paddock, The Kettle Black, Auction Rooms, Grain Store, Huxtable, Philippa Sibley, Pierre Roelofs, Monsieur Truffe and many more, the diner is the perfect solution for those days when you’re feeling indecisive and spoiled for choice.
The palatable list of beverage offerings is also certain to make any mouth water. The coffee kings from Small Batch will take care of your caffeine fix, while the evenings will be spruced up with sophisticated cocktails designed by Jack Sotti, the 2015 World Class Bartender of the Year, and The Eveleigh.
Of course the food and drink are just two elements of the many fine details that Broadsheet has styled to bring the ultimate dining experience to life. You’ll too recognise the crockery, furniture, interior design, photography and music as familiar works showcasing a range Melbourne’s own creatives.
The Broadsheet Restaurant, 166 Gertrude Street Fitzroy, opened on Friday the 5th of June and will close on the 2nd of August.
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