Tea(?!) for Two

Beer Pop.
Beer Pop.

 

For Justine’s Eclectic Teatime #8, I am bringing along a different kind of deliciousness. She did warn you that it can get a bit wild!

I met with a friend for a drink before dinner in a little bar in Glebe (Sydney) sometime last year. We tried a local beer and it was served with a big bowl of spiced popcorn. The bar was small and loud, in a good way. Laughter, good music, big old couches and vintage furnishings. The beer and popcorn in this photo are resting on an old suitcase, serving as a table.

I took this photo with my iPhone6 and edited it in the Camera+ app.

Please come along and visit Justine’s corner of the world and enjoy some varied takes on teatime fun  🙂

x desleyjane

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18 Comments Add yours

  1. Mara Eastern says:

    Were it not so terribly inconvenient to fly from Eastern Europe to Australia for the sake of a drink, I’d go to this bar the first thing tomorrow… (Or yesterday? I’m not sure how the time zones work here 😮 )

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    1. desleyjane says:

      LOL it would be the day after tomorrow if you came here but it would be yesterday if I brought it to you 🙂

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      1. Amy Sampson says:

        You two have just really confused me. lol

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  2. Oooh I like The sound of this bar and spiced popcorn? I wonder what they used: I love vintage furnishings. I might have been tempted to take the table away with me hehe ☺️☺️☺️

    Thank you for coming to Tea this drink will be right up the hardcore drinkers alley and we all know who they are! Grinzz

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    1. desleyjane says:

      Mmmnnnnn it was quite delish. It was middle-Eastern spices, very good with beer.
      Yes we know who they are, and luckily they know who they are!
      Xx

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  3. Great shot! I like the positioning of the glasses and bowl. And the bar sounds fun and popcorn delish!

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    1. desleyjane says:

      Thanks Lia. It was a great spot!

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  4. Andy Townend says:

    Great photo, and I have the strangest feeling that I might have been in this bar once, or one very like it in Glebe Point Road…

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    1. desleyjane says:

      Yes! Glebe Point Road, about halfway down. Tiny little spot with an upstairs as well. What a great memory you have.

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      1. Andy Townend says:

        Then although I can’t remember the name of the place I’m sure I’ve been there based on your description. Used to live in Pyrmont and often walked around the waterfront into Glebe…

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        1. desleyjane says:

          Not far from a great view of the Anzac Bridge. What a great place to live.

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          1. Andy Townend says:

            Lived in an apartment on Distillery Drive on Level 16 so had great view of Anzac Bridge, out to the Blue Mountains and across to Northern Sydney. Also had a “proxy” view of the coathanger through reflection on a building opposite. Fish market was five minutes walk away…happy days.

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            1. desleyjane says:

              Sounds perfect 🙂

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  5. It sounds like a great place for people to gather. You always share the most fun things.

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