Australian coffee roasters, Danes, have just been awarded the Champion Australian Roaster of the 2019 International Coffee Awards (AICA). This is their second time winning the award after initially claiming the title last year.
Burritos, burgers, dumplings and nachos make you think ‘delicious but unhealth’, right? Does veganism and plant-based eating immediately make you think ‘tasteless, hard to prepare’ and so forth? V-Lish is a new home delivery option that’s already going gangbusters on the beaches: COVERED. sat down with founder Vicky Harris to find out what the fuss is all about.
From the idea of two Manly locals, to now exporting gin back to the Brits, Manly Spirits Co. Distillery has kicked goals that many said were rather audacious. They produce outstanding Aussie craft spirits using locally sourced marine and native botanicals, all at their very unique distillery open to the public from Friday to Sunday.
As you walk in to Momo Bar’s Dee Why or Manly outposts, the senses are instantaneously assaulted. With the sounds of diners happily enjoying meals, the friendly team greeting every customer and the aromatic wafts of authentic Nepalese broth coming from the kitchen, Momo Bar is one culinary oasis you won’t want to leave.
Not everyone on the Northern Beaches knows what really happens behind the big blue walls on the corner of Kenneth Road and Roseberry Street in Manly Vale. Sure, there’s a café on the corner, but there’s a lot more to Seven Miles to be discovered.
The team at Criniti’s eatery believe that the experience of sharing food with family and friends is sacred. With the Christmas season already in full swing, there’s no better place to gather your loved ones, than Criniti’s Manly.
Saké Restaurant & Bar makes its Northern Beaches debut this Friday, 9 November, when it throws open the doors on the new rooftop of Manly Wharf and puts its signature super-fusion stamp on our seaside suburb.
The Patonga Beach Hotel is reopening as The Boathouse Hotel Patonga on Tuesday 13th of November 2018. This idyllic coastal venue, newly renovated with maintenance, repair and interior updates, looks and feels like a natural part of the beachside fishing village.
Danes opened a shop on Harbord Road the year Paul joined in 1995 and remained there until 2005, when they moved to the current premises in Dale Street, in Brookvale. Danes had a café and was roasting coffee in Harbord Road and this became the model for future roasters, to have a café at the front to promote their blends and beans.
Situated on the sunniest strip in town, Rukus café has established itself as a consistent player in the Newport coffee scene. ‘Kingdom Roasters’ is the latest endeavour from the boys at Rukus; a micro roasting journey that has evolved to reflect ‘relationships’ from farmer to friend in a sustainable and relationally minded way.
Barrel One Coffee Roasters is roasting house located on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Supported by a highly passionate award winning team of coffee merchants and roasters, they source some of the world’s finest and rarest coffees.
The coffee focused Northern Beaches is home to specialty cafés offering much more than a latte or a flat white. But there is also increasing demand by coffee drinkers for a quality brew they can enjoy at home. And with champion roasters Danes on the doorstep in Brookvale, this need can be fully satisfied.