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Brick Lane Is Double Bay's New Casual Eatery from a Sydney Hospitality Supergroup

From a dream team of folks behind Goodbar, Vine Double Bay and Butter.
By Libby Curran
November 11, 2016
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Brick Lane Is Double Bay's New Casual Eatery from a Sydney Hospitality Supergroup

From a dream team of folks behind Goodbar, Vine Double Bay and Butter.
By Libby Curran
November 11, 2016
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Double Bay has welcomed a breezy, buzzing new restaurant, Brick Lane, which pools the talents of Scott Robertson (Goodbar), chef Drew Bolton (Vine Double Bay), cocktail maestro Jason Crawley, and creative director Alex Zabotto-Bentley (Kittyhawk, Butter, Seadeck).

Featuring a New York-inspired dining room and a sunny terrace from AZB Creative, a place we're envisioning as the backdrop to many a weekend Bloody Mary over summer, Brick Lane is equal parts laidback and upmarket. Bolton's menu is casual, yet considered, running from smart drinking snacks (wagyu bresaola pretzel, anyone?) to a range of grass-fed steaks, handpicked from Kyle Farm in Young. You'll spy a similar commitment to quality protein in an assortment of specialty burgers and hotdogs. The Haute Dog teams a Toulouse pork snag with dijonnaise, gruyere, and pickled jalapeno, while a wagyu burger comes loaded with talleggio, bacon, and caramelised onion.

Backing up the kitchen's offering is Crawley's range of clever signature cocktails, and a snappy wine list that's sure to inspire after-work visits aplenty.

Find Brick Lane at 3 Goldman Lane, Double Bay.

Images: Brick Lane.

Published on November 11, 2016 by Libby Curran

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