The Inner West's cutest café has just gotten a little more grown up, by obtaining a liquor licence and opening up in the evening. Daisy's Milk Bar will now be throwing open its musk-pink door three nights a week and peddling wine by P&V Merchants, booze-spiked milkshakes and Young Henrys will be slinging tins. Food wise they are channeling a '70s dinner party vibe – think share platters packed with rissoles, cob loaf, and schnitty dippers, plus house-baked cherry pie and ice cream sundaes for dessert. There will also be burgers, jaffles and deep fried mac ’n’ cheese bites.
They'll be indulging in creative, nostalgic activities, with plaster painting stations set up each night. Figures range from $5-$15 with paints, glitter and brushes all provided. There will also be Scrabble, Trivial Pursuit and Uno. It all goes down on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 6-10pm.
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