How do you stand apart from other bars/pubs/restaurants in the Brunswick area?
The bars and pubs that we have seen do well over the last ten years are the places that have been true to their original concept and engaged with the community. This is what we’ve strived to achieve with our little northside home.
Have you got anything special in store for the Sydney Road Street Party?
This year we’re back with our friends The New Monos, mixing reggae, folklore, cumbia, rock, rumba, hip hop and Latin beats. Then we have The Lone Maricahi & The Silver Masked Men playing for us for the first time, and of course DJ Saca La Mois mixing up electro cumbia and barrio beats.
Describe the perfect day at the Sydney Road Street Party.
The temperature would be about 25 degrees, you’d be listening to music, drinking beers and eating world food on the street. The day would be full of fun with friends, discovering some new bands, and then ending it at Los Hermanos for our unofficial closing party.
Do you have any exciting food or drink developments in the works as we near autumn?
We are working on unveiling the much-coveted and long-awaited Al Pastor Taco – stay tuned!
Is there anything else we should know about you?
We serve up tasty traditional Mexican dishes that are great for sharing, with various types of tacos and other small plates. Come in for a cheeky tequila shot, sip on some margaritas and try one of our many rare and interesting mezcal, racilla or tequila varieties.
Check out Los Hermanos at 339 Victoria Street, Brunswick. Find out more via their website.