Friday, 25 April 2014

Hive Bar, Erskineville

We have been living in Newtown for a while now and have been to most places on King Street. I wanted to try something new. Something different.

I haven't been in Erskineville before but it looks a bit like a tiny village. There are a few little shops and bars, and a few pubs. It's pretty quiet and it's hard to imagine that busy King Street is just around the corner.

The Hive Bar is a cute little bar. One of those places with personality. Enough to become your local. They have a pretty impressive wine list and the menu is not huge but it has something for everyone. There is an art exhibition space upstairs and you can also hire a private area for a party. 

The bar has a relaxed atmosphere. There are a few books so you can sit down on one of the lounges and relax with a nice glass of wine. There are also some board games to borrow.

I had a lovely ploughman's lunch and a nice Sav Blanc. MrBehomeforT selected a pizza. The ploughman's lunch was served with toasted brasserie bread, some free range ham, old cheddar, apple slices, pickled zucchini and some pickled onions. It was delicious! I love little nibbles and bits and pieces. They have a few sharing plates and I'd be happy to try another one the next time we go here. You won't break the bank when you go here. Good value for money! This place is awesome and we will definitely be back.

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