A new 2249 square metre venue has opened in Sydney’s Hills District, comprising a mix of food and beverage outlets rolled in one location.
The Vicar is located in Dural and has been divided into two offerings, the North Side and the South Side.
The North Side is currently open for business, offering a sports bar, lounge and outdoor terrace.
The food offering has been designed by chef Leigh McDivitt and food consultant Dave O’Brien, who have created an approachable menu featuring salads, steak, schnitzels and handmade wood-fired pizzas.
The terrace also boasts an outdoor barbecue where the team will cook up a range of options including pork, brisket, steak and vegetarian rolls.
Slated to open on 3 December, the South Side of the precinct will feature a restaurant and wine bar.
Wakefield’s Dining Restaurant offers share-style menus influenced by local, quality produce. Proteins including poultry, lamb and pork will be cooked on a rotisserie and can be teamed with a range of sides.
European-style wine bar Mrs. Goldfield’s will also open next week, featuring a dedicated menu covering roast king prawns and cheese options to pair with drinks designed by Tim Philips, who has taken care of beverages across the complex.
The Vicar is open seven days a week from 10am.
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