Posted on 05. Oct, 2010 by Cherry Picked in Eat+Drink
Love Grub – A Seriously Cute Cafe
What qualifies a cafe as seriously cute? How about a menu fluent in Mod Oz and Japanese, a community vegetable garden, a patch of grass smattered with kids’ play-things, bold but whimsical wall art, and a jumble of furniture bursting onto the street. Love Grub has all of these things and more, and indeed qualifies ... [Read more]
Posted on 26. Sep, 2010 by Cherry Picked in Eat+Drink
Highlights of Crave Sydney International Food Festival
Spring is in the air and for Sydney foodies that means a month of culinary indulgence is just around the corner. This year’s festival is bigger and more diverse than ever. Here are our some of our picks.
It’s your favourite event extended to practically every possible meal and as always, at an exceptionally ... [Read more]
Posted on 08. Aug, 2010 by Cherry Picked in Eat+Drink, Leisure
Macaron Masterclasses at Patisse
What’s round, crispy on the outside, chewy in the middle and oh so cute it’s almost a shame to pop them in your mouth. Almost.
Macarons of course and if you haven’t fatigued of macaron fever yet then this class is for you.
Patisse at pyd. in Waterloo is bringing a little touch of Paris to Sydney with its Macaron Masterclasses ... [Read more]
Posted on 04. Jul, 2010 by Cherry Picked in Leisure
Mitchell Road Auction Centre
Auctioneer: Next up is lot 454, a shabby chic french desk. And we’ll open the bidding at twenty dollars. Iheartwentydollars. DoIheartwentyfive, twentyfive? Going once…sold!
Tired of your regular Saturday morning routine? Coffee. Papers. Exercise. Brunch. Maybe it’s time to venture a little farther afield.
You’ll feel like a kid in a candy store at Mitchell Road Auctions. The warehouse ... [Read more]
Posted on 11. Jun, 2010 by Cherry Picked in Style
Bams and Ted Pop Up Store
Have you ever found yourself completely besotted by the clothes worn by a fictional character? Forget Carrie Bradshaw, wouldn’t you rather dress like a 1920s English aristocrat?
Meet Bams and Ted; the vintage pop-up shop that isn’t afraid to fall in love with fashions of fiction, sourcing the wardrobe you covet in your cinematic and literary ... [Read more]