Seagrass group expands portfolio with Hunter and Barrel
The Seagrass Boutique Hospitality Group has announced the launch of its latest venture, Hunter & Barrel at Eastland Shopping Centre in Melbourne’s Ringwood.
The bar and restaurant concept will put the spotlight of “world class meats and produce and delicious craft beverages.”
Dishes include slow roasted beef rib and pork belly cooked over a coal grill. The meat, poultry and seafood offerings will be roasted and charred over coals, and the menu will be complemented by a range of roasted vegetables and seasonal salads.
In regards to the drinks list, barrel-aged cocktails will be on offer, as will fat-washed spirits, a range of craft beers and boutique wines on tap.
Steve Scott, Hunter & Barrel operations manager said "We have focused on creating a unique, comfortable and fun experience for our guests at Hunter & Barrel – every choice we have made, from the cooking style to the plateware to our sequence of service were designed with this spirit in mind. We want our guests to feel that a visit with us is a celebration – exceptional food, drinks and social atmosphere to enjoy. Hunter & Barrel will be an exciting addition to the dining offering at Eastland's Town Square."
The new Eastland Shopping Centre is due to be completed later this year, with other high profile restaurateurs including George Calombaris, Daniel Wilson and Frank Camorra opening restaurants within the complex. Hunter & Barrel is due to open its doors in late October.
The restaurant group has had a big year, also announcing the launch of Hunter & Barrel in Sydney's Cockle Bay (due to open in November), as well as Italian Street Kitchen in Sydney’s Neutral Bay, Butcher and Farmer (a restaurant come deli/butcher) in partnership with Jarred Ingersoll, and another Ribs & Burgers outlet in Chippendale.