THE WEST’S LOCAL, NOW WITH AN INTERNATIONAL TWIST…
The Greens & Norths Pantry by North Sydney Leagues Club made everyone sit up and take notice of club dining. It looks like Western Sydney is about to follow suit.
Easy Lane, the latest addition to Western Sydney’s booming dining scene, is a relaxed, alfresco dining experience offering the regions finest produce in an internationally inspired setting. Influenced by the eclectic laneways of Melbourne and the ‘open air dining’ style of New York, Easy Lane is a unique social experience – delivered with classic hospitality.
The Easy Lane development which was implemented by Windsor RSL, opened its doors last week to offer Western Sydney and Hawkesbury region locals more choice when dining out.
The venue captures a timeless rustic charm in a vibrant garden setting. Plants and foliage adorn the wooden feature walls whilst a large glass ceiling can be easily opened or closed – ensuring the comfort and enjoyment of guests all year round. Custom designed to be an eclectic social hub; two hand crafted bar areas are complimented by an open kitchen and custom-made wood-fired pizza oven.
Easy Lane offers plenty of space with the addition of lawn areas and enough seating for 250 guests.
Easy Lane have designed a menu that ensures a casual yet classy shared dining experience. The paddock to plate style menu of grazing plates, New York style burgers and sandwiches, as well as house-made wood-fired pizzas provide a fresh approach to sharing plates with friends or family.
There’s also plenty of hand selected, locally sourced beers available on tap, as well as house cocktails and wines. “Australia is in the middle of a boom for local artisans. From beers to spirits and wines – there’s incredibly quality in our own backyard and we wanted to make these available at Easy Lane.” – Tony Jeffcott, General Manager.
NEW BOOK ABOUT WHY CLUBS ARE GOOD FOR AUSTRALIA
Craig Burnard has launched his book ‘Why Clubs are good for Australia”. It features heartwarming stories of clubs caring for their communities and sets out to change some of the negative public perception surrounding Australia’s largest employer.
Burnard says “Our clubs do so much for the community, yet this contribution goes largely unnoticed, when frequently overshadowed by hostile media and lobby groups. The book aims to put the record straight by exemplifying the enormous social contribution clubs make through a collection of stories from around Australia.”
It is a book about the club industry, for the club industry, and only available through the club industry. To find out more or place an order contact Craig on 0421 960182 or visit www.instorevision.com.au/newbook