Pat Stevenson.

The Sydney-based group behind venues such as Bistecca and The Gidley are opening a new restaurant and bar on Blight Street.

Alfie’s is set to be a new steakhouse concept for the group, serving up a premium offering with a focus on value-for-money.

Similar to the group’s other renowned steakhouse venues, Alfie’s will champion a particular cut of meat being the sirloin from the Riverine region of New South Wales.

Alfie’s will also host the group’s first central butchery and steak ageing facility which will also supply Bistecca and The Gidley.

Liquid & Larder Co-Founders and Directors James Bradley and Warren Burns say the venue won’t compromise on quality but will serve at a dynamic pace to cater for a wider range of customers.

“Alfie’s will be the first of its kind in Sydney, we’re flipping the steak house model on its head and it’s going to be really fun,” says Bradley.

“The moment you sit down you can order and your steak will be on the table in 15 minutes. Expect amazing steak without the pomp and a space that’s full of life without a chesterfield in sight.”

Pat Stevenson.

Liquid & Larder Executive Chef Pip Pratt will be leading the kitchen team.

“We’re building a custom-made grill at Alfie’s to ensure the sirloin is served to perfection,” says Pratt.

“We’re also very excited about having our own butchery on site so we are free to select, age and cook the product at its very best, all year round.”

Alfie’s will also host a bar space, where guests can enjoy a wine list crafted by Group Sommelier Kyle Poole and cocktail offering by Group Bars Manager Alex Gondzioulis.

The cocktail list will host an offering of seasonal creations, along with what is set to be Sydney’s ‘coldest’ martini.

Alfie’s has been designed by Sydney interior design firm Tom Mark Henry with a stripped-back feel influenced by London’s edgy East End.

Alfie’s is set to open this September, with more information to come in the near future.