If you’re no stranger to “I’m on the list”, everything bagels and like bars in converted banks and galleries, we think you’ll like 3To7, Waterloo’s answer to a New York-style brunch bar by day, luxe bar by night.
Here’s the three ‘to know’ about Petr Dvoraceh (ex Merivale mixologist) and Ashleigh Howe’s (Murray’s Craft Brewing Co.) new food, wine and design concept:
1. Look to the walls.
The restaurant space is a tad unconventional. It’s cosy (seating for 36) and has pop-up art gallery tendencies. This means an ever changing showcase of talents from our film, media, advertising and fashion industries. 3To7’s exhibition debut ‘DesignAFlora’ brought together seven exceptional floral artists – Antonia Georgas (Ruby Slipper), Jane Lampe (Floreat Floral), Setsuko Yanagisawa (Yuga Flora), Jordana Lowy (Wilder), Louise Lloyd (Milly Blooms) and Jardine Hansen (Jardine Hansen Botanic Floral Styling).
2. Come here for a NYC inspired brunch hit.
Bircher muesli comes served in a jar and arabesque pancakes fluffy with salted caramel and fried banana, fresh thyme and orange clotted cream. 3To7’s signature open lamb sandwich is made with due care – 3 hour cooked succulent lamb rump, beetroot, pickled carrot, onion jam and crème fraiche on toasted brioche. Have company and supporting appetites? The Chefs Brunch Tasting Plate will appeal. Brace for platters of half sweet and half savoury selections to share.
3. If the sun has set, it’s all about the wine.
Or a Bloody Mary, especially if you like it served in a fresh capsicum. The Chateau Val de Roc from Bordeaux is our alternative red.
That’s the three, but if you insist on a fourth; a revolving offer from artisan producers like fine food importer ‘Salt Meats and Cheese‘ will tempt you with with their wares. Collaborations with pasta, charcuterie and chocolate making are also on the cards.
3-7 Danks Street, Waterloo, Sydney NSW 2017