The laneway behind the restaurant, Halls Court, will provide a second streetfront and extra capacity.
Halls Court, which provides access to the rear of Bistro Dom and other adjacent food and wine establishments Press, Proof, The Gallery, Georges and Delicatessen Kitchen & Bar, will be incorporated into the Adelaide Fringe festivities at the Waymouth Street Party.
Bistro Dom owner Marcus Carter said the restaurant had recently undergone extensive renovations to “breathe new life” into it.
“The revamp of the interior included uncovering the original wall and fireplace of the building.
“Opening up the laneway behind will increase our capacity to 150.”
The new outdoor space will be lined with AstroTurf, bunting, lighting and a range of seating, with tastings of food and drinks from the Bistro Dom menu on offer during the Waymouth Street Party.
“We’re plating things up that are easy to eat while walking around and enjoying the festivities but which still capture the essence of Dom,” says restaurant manager Raquel Kulerski.
Proof Bar has partnered with Bistro Dom for the event and will be serving espresso martinis and mixed spirits. Tomich Hill wines will be poured and Big Shed Brewing Co beers will be on tap to go with the freshly shucked oysters with native finger lime, crispy fries with celery salt and aioli.
After the launch, the restaurant’s outdoor space will be available for hire.
More information about the Waymouth Street Party can be found here.
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