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Belles Hot Chicken Is Launching a Third Sydney Venue and Bottomless Weekend Brunches

Check out the new location with a feast of chicken, waffles and bloody marys.
By Libby Curran
April 11, 2018
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Belles Hot Chicken Is Launching a Third Sydney Venue and Bottomless Weekend Brunches

Check out the new location with a feast of chicken, waffles and bloody marys.
By Libby Curran
April 11, 2018
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Sydneysiders are about to get another taste of Morgan McGlone's Nashville-style cooking, as new Haymarket food street Steam Mill Lane prepares to welcome the sixth national outpost of Belles Hot Chicken.

The city's third Belles follows a slightly different script to the others, with the group's signature menu of fiery chook and natural wines rounded out with a few exclusive extras.

That would be the debut of Belles' own wine range, Little Darling, which sees the group collaborate with minimal intervention champions Rob Burley (Unkel Wines) and Barney Flanders (Côtier Wines). The new lineup features a skin contact blend of sauvignon blanc and riesling sourced from the Mornington Peninsula, and a blend of malbec, vermentino and shiraz made on grapes from Gippsland and Heathcote.

But the fun doesn't stop there. To celebrate its newest digs and this foray into the wine game, Belles is also launching a series of bottomless boozy brunches at all three of its Sydney venues, from 11.30am every Saturday and Sunday. Pay just $50 and you'll sit down to a decadent two-hour feast, featuring that famed chicken and crisp waffles, alongside unlimited cocktail jugs and bloody marys. The latter sees Belles team up with the crew at Sydney's own Westmont Pickles to create the ultimate AM combo of pickle brine, fresh-pressed tomato juice and cayenne pepper. Other sips include The Southern Charm, made on sweet tea with a hit of Buffalo Trace Kentucky Bourbon, and a lemonade, tea and Tromba concoction dubbed The Arnaldo.

All of that is likely to see you rolling out the door — but if you can squeeze it in, the regular Belles menu of mains and sides will also be on offer.

Belles Hot Chicken will open at 7 Steam Mill Lane, Darling Square, Haymarket on April 17. Bottomless brunch will run each Saturday and Sunday from 11.30am at Darling Quarter, Tramsheds and Barangaroo. For more info, visit belleshotchicken.com.au.

Published on April 11, 2018 by Libby Curran

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