CRAFTY IDEA Pelican RSL is holding its first Sounds of Summer: Sunday Crafternoon tomorrow. There will be live music, outdoor games, Murrays Craft Beer buckets and food specials. And don’t forget, there’s a great play area for the kids there.
BURGERS TO GO Menulog and Hungry Jacks have joined forces. Menulog will offer the full range of Hungry Jack’s burgers, desserts, sides and more for online ordering and delivery next year at selected stores. There is a zone in place, of course, so you’ll need to check online at menulog.com.au to see if you make the cut.
NEW FACE Food delivery service Deliveroo this week announced it was expanding its platform to include customers and restaurants in Newcastle for the first time. Riders are being recruited and Deliveroo says they earn an average of $22 per hour and work an average of 15 hours per week.
PHO-NOMENAL Speaking of burgers, you have until Monday night to experience Rascal’s “Something Like a Pho-nomenon”. It celebrates the flavours of pho and costs $16.50.
FOR SALE Mayfield cafe and coffee spot Kids of Thunder Espresso is seeking new owners.
BRICKS AND MORTAR Online wine brand Comyns & Co. Wines has opened a cellar door at 1946 Broke Road, Pokolbin.
BIG EFFORT Newcastle’s Cory Campbell is head chef at Bea at Barangaroo House, which won best restaurant (city) at this year’s AHA Awards (NSW). It looks like his beard is making a comeback, too.
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