Acre Is Opening A New Lush Farm-To-Table Restaurant In Artarmon

Cafes, Eat, Restaurants, Sydney / 16 June 2020

With eateries already open in Camperdown and Melbourne, acre Artarmon is set to swing open its doors in September 2020.

For inner west locals, acre Eatery will be a familiar name. This foodie destination set in the historic Camperdown Commons has been drawing crowds for years, renowned for its rustic farm-to-table style eats and spectacular urban garden surrounds. Plus, the venue has been a beloved function spot, perfect for weddings, birthdays or any other memorable celebrations. And for those who frequently visit Melbourne, acre farm & eatery will be another spot you might be familiar with.

In exciting news for lovers of acre’s sustainable dining concept, the team is about to add a new venue to their family. Meet acre Artarmon, the newest farm-food inspired bakery, cafe, bar, restaurant and function space set to open in September 2020. Situated adjacent to HomeHQ Artarmon (a one-stop shopping destination in the leafy lower North Shore), this sprawling new spot will bring acre’s beloved eats to North Shore locals.

As an open-air oasis, diners will be greeted with indoor and outdoor productive gardens for an immersive dining experience that takes punters from paddock to plate (in just a few steps). Inside acre Artarmon will be local and exotic fruit trees, a thriving kitchen garden, vertical plantings plus hydroponic growing systems. You’ll also find a large greenhouse-style function space, planted pergolas, picnic-style seating, kids’ playgrounds, chicken coops, composting systems and so much more.

And for foodies, this destination is set to boast plenty to get excited about. There’s fresh herbs, flowers and fruit grown on site, all used to create delicious artisan baked goods and delicious eats on the cafe and restaurant menu. From homemade pizzas to garden-inspired cocktails, there’s plenty to satisfy every taste.

To goal for the space is to engage, educate and inspire diners with a sustainable offering that includes guided tours, chefs’ demonstrations, long table lunches, meet-the-maker tastings, twilight gardening, produce markets and so much more. Plus, the venue is designed by Emilie Delalande of Etic (the designer behind Barangaroo House) as well as the ex-team leader at Akin Atelier (responsible for Coogee Pavilion).

acre Artarmon will be opening in September 2020, with more details to be released closer to the opening date. Find out more here.