3 November 2022

ITALIAN RESTAURANT PIXIE AND ASIAN DINER LIGHT YEARS TO OPEN IN JONSON LANE

Byron Bay’s dining scene continues to expand at pace, with the arrival of Italian restaurant Pixie Food & Wine at the highly anticipated new Jonson Lane precinct this November. The “laneway-style” Jonson Lane development, located at the western end of Jonson Street, will also welcome a bigger and better version of Byron’s popular Asian diner Light Years, natural-wine bar Bar Heather, luxury retailers Venroy, Deiji Studios, Saturdays NYC and Nagnata, and residential apartments. Pixie Food & Wine restaurateurs James Sutherland and Kim Stephen, who are also behind Light Years, say the Italian restaurant will combine Byron’s casual, beachy vibe with upmarket city dining. They’ve recruited Sicilian chef Matteo Tine from Melbourne’s high-end Florentino to run the show, and renowned designer David Flack from Flack Studio – whose other recent projects include Sydney’s Ace Hotel – for the interiors. The menu will include dishes such as sfinci (Sicilian fried doughnuts) filled with a warm cacio e pepe sauce and finished with a thin slice of house-made air-dried bresaola; Mooloolaba house-smoked Albacore tonno pastrami with pickled and fresh heirloom radish giardiniera; and spaghetti alla chitarra, made with a sourdough pasta, vongole and bottarga sauce, fermented chilli oil, and lemon and fennel pangrattato. Read more of the article at Broadsheet.
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WE'RE OPEN 7 DAYSWELCOMING STRONG PILATES TO THE JONSON LANE FAMILYTAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR UNDERGROUND PARKINGWE'RE OPEN 7 DAYSWELCOMING STRONG PILATES TO THE JONSON LANE FAMILYTAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR UNDERGROUND PARKING