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  • Lil Sis

    Lil Sis forms part of multi-level Sydney nightlife hub The Abercrombie, which underwent a transformation in late 2022 to create three venues that provide separate experiences.

  • Le Foote

    Can a wine bar present more than one face? Le Foote in Sydney’s prestigious harbourside district The Rocks is having a decent crack – describing itself as part Parisian wine bar, part Mediterranean Grill in a heritage-listed shopfront, and with more than 350 listed wines showing a strong focus on Mediterranean and local wine offerings.

  • Jennie Wine Bar

    How do you make a difference in a wine industry capital city already crowded with cellar door tasting rooms and established wine bars? Jennie opened in the already bustling bar kingdom of Peel Street in central Adelaide during 2022, with owners Scott Taddeo, Lachlan and Matthew Harrison, plus Matt Holding and Scott Quick (who also owns two other bars on the same street) aiming for a steely focus on smart global wine offerings.

  • Commis

    A sense of community is big at Commis, embracing the vibe of Johnston St, Collingwood to provide a spirited neighbourhood bar built around a shared love of wine, food, art and warm hospitality.

  • Caravin

    Caravin has been designed by owners Greg Bampton and Phil Stenvall (who previously ran the Swedish and Scandinavian-flavoured Bar Suze in Sydney) to reflect the cool new generation of rock and roll bistro bars in Paris.

  • Beau

    If Nomad is the esteemed parent – Jacqui Challinor’s long standing Surry Hills restaurant – then The Beau Bar is its sexy offspring, an intimate, moody evening space decked in black with its own secret laneway entrance behind Nomad’s casual eatery Beau & Dough.

  • Bar Superette

    Proving that smart wine bars are spreading far beyond inner-city laneways, Bar Superette in Merimbula, deep down the coast in southern New South Wales, is setting an impressive high benchmark in both wine and food quality. By being serious about food in a more casual setting than restaurants, but making sure that smartly curated wine offerings remain the primary focus of attention, the team that created Bar Superette – Ryde Pennefather (manager and wine buyer), Cam Charnock (designer and builder) and Nick Parkinson (creative, marketing and digital media bright spark) – have struck upon a winning formula.

  • Bar Heather

    After falling in love with Byron Bay, James Audas and Tom Sheer initially decided to open a natural wine shop – Venue Luna Wine Store – but were then inspired by its instant success to also open a combined wine bar and restaurant, directly opposite the shop. The new venue, Bar Heather, which opened in 2022, drew inspiration from all of the owner’s favourite venues from around the world. Parisian bars were definitely an influence, but Bar Heather’s point of difference is its very particular focus.

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