Making Mama Proud at Bar Machiavelli
It’s all in the family at Bar Machiavelli, Sydney’s hottest new Italian bar and restaurant. Paola Toppi has worked with her mother for years in the kitchen of Sydney CBD institution Machiavelli. Now Paola’s taking the reigns with her very own restaurant opening it’s doors tomorrow, Thursday 7th April on Neild Avenue, Rushcutters Bay.
Bar Machiavelli will breath new life into what was originally an old tyre factory but in recent years has seen a number of restaurants come and go. First there was the restaurant by Maurice Terzini and Rob Marchetti, then Keystone took over the space before most recently Porteno’s temporary restaurant Popteno. This giant space has been a tricky one to make work but we’re hoping Bar Machiavelli is here to stay. The modern design of the new venue pays homage to it’s heritage and Italian culture, while complimenting the industrial vibes, with lots of exposed brick and beams. It can seat up to 160 people, so evenings are set to be jam-packed with chatter and excitement.
Just like it’s villainous namesake, Bar Machiavelli is here to steal your heart and perhaps many of your well-earned dollars.
10 Neild Avenue, Rushcutters Bay, Sydney, 02 9357 7750
Mon-Fri, 6pm-12am, Sat, 4pm-12am, Sun, Closed