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Saturday 19 March 2022

Meet some new places to imbibe around New South Wales

Tourism is back, with several new places to drink opening this month in country New South Wales.

Among the highlights listed by Destination New South Wales: 

Circular Quay Gem

Bar Mammoni (above) is a newcomer at Quay Quarter just back from the Sydney waterfront. It is the latest arrival from restaurateur Scott Brow, who also operates eateries Lana and Grana and cocktail bar Apollonia. It switches from an espresso bar in the morning to a cocktail bar after dark. No bookings.

Raise the Bah  

Wine time in Cootamundra just arrived as Bah Bah Food & Wine opened its doors on the town's main street, serving local Riverina wines, a selection of craft beers and expertly made cocktails. A menu of share plates also showcases the region's seasonal ingredients. 

Wake-up call 

The Early Opener is the latest place to start the day in Narrandera, an hour's drive from Wagga Wagga on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River. The early-morning café (doors open at 4am) serves great coffee, decadent pastries and cakes, and fresh salads to the Riverina town. 

Beach brews 

Adding to Newcastle's growing craft brewery scene, Modus Brewery offers a bright and breezy 300-person space in the seaside suburb of Merewether. Thirty-six taps offer a rotation of the Modus core beers, including their non-alcoholic NORT range and limited-edition sour, lager and dark beers.

Pretty in Printhie 

One of Orange's best-known wineries, Printhie Wines, has just launched a new restaurant and cellar door. The new venue provides premium 'beyond the cellar door' experiences, including a range of tastings, vineyard picnics and a sparkling masterclass.

Image: Steve Woodburn, Destination NSW

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