Redline Taphouse & Kitchen arrives at Tramsheds

08 March, 2018 by
Brittney Levinson

Redline Taphouse & Kitchen will open its doors on 9 March, bringing regional American food to Tramsheds in Sydney’s inner west.

The latest venture by chef Joe Slakey (Flying Fajita Sisters), Redline will focus heavily on local Sydney and New South Wales craft beers, alongside classics dishes originating from the Deep South and New England such as succotash, jambalaya and hush puppies.

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Slakey, a Seattle native, spent decades researching regional American cuisine before emigrating to Australia in 2007.

“As a chef, you always want to be able serve up the dishes you enjoy the most and opening Redline is an opportunity for me to do that,” he says.

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“Many Aussies will have heard of these dishes, like hush puppies and succotash, but a lot may never have ever actually seen them or know what’s actually in them. It’s real, down to earth American food and we think people will love it.”

There will be ten beers on tap, including six rotating guest brews from craft brewers and exclusive releases from Redline Brewing Co.

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Redline Taphouse & Kitchen will be open seven days a week serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.