Mercure Brisbane 85-87 N Quay, Brisbane 4000 (07) 3237 2300 or mercurebrisbane.com.au Mercure has commenced the roll-out of its new interactive lobby concept in Australia, launching the new-look reception space at the riverside Mercure Brisbane. The Mercure in Brisbane is the first in Australia to implement the new concept, originally piloted at the Mercure Tower
Stokehouse City 7 Alfred Place, Melbourne 3000 (03) 9525 5555 or www.stokehouse.com.au/city Melbourne institution Stokehouse has returned, with the opening of Stokehouse City in the CBD. The new venue is a reincarnation of the original restaurant at St Kilda, sadly lost to fire. It’s an all-in-one location, with fine dining upstairs and a casual bar
New Hampton 15 Bayswater Rd, Potts Point 2011 (02) 9331 1188 or newhampton.com.au Built nearly a century ago, the Hampton Court Hotel is one of Sydney’s oldest. Located at the start of the Kings Cross strip, it is ingrained with local history, the most renown of which is the residency of ACDC in the 70s.
Riley St Garage 55 Riley St, Woolloomooloo 2011 (02) 9326 9055 or www.rileystgarage.com.au Once a full service garage, now a full service restaurant and bar, Riley St Garage has rolled up its doors for gastronomic service & repairs. The 200-seat restaurant is the vision of Brody Petersen from The Parlour Group who brought The Flying
Made from durable Indian rosewood and steel, the Craftsman Dry Bar is a solid and option for hospitality use. The grainy, knotty features of the timber create an organic and industrial look that belies the strength that makes this furniture so well suited for commercial use. The Craftsman is proving to be a popular product
The Como Melbourne 630 Chapel Street, South Yarra VIC or www.mgallery.com/como The Como has always held a special place in the heart of Melbourne. Well before the Art Series Hotels launched, The Como recognised that not all the hotel action was in the CBD. Sitting atop Melbourne’s Chapel Street fashion mile, the Como has always
If you have ever experienced Moroccan dining, then you are likely to have encountered the distinctive earthenware dish, known as the Tagine. Reflecting the traditional cooking pot, the lamp shade design is made from a two part spun aluminium form. The light fitting is available in single or dual colour options. The Tajine lighting design