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Live music is back at Hubert

A little swinging jazz, a little French dining, and it's almost like old times

Written by
Emily Lloyd-Tait

In the Beforetimes, a cocktail, some fancy wine and French food to match at Hubert got you three out of four on the "perfect evening" scorecard. You could scoop up all four with the addition of live music on Wednesdays and Thursdays, when the live house band played golden age classics from the Mr Creosote stage. Now, live music is back at Hubert, and this time there's more of it, with Calvin Welch playing four nights a week, Mondays through to Thursdays, for the three dinner sittings.

There are also new menu additions, including a crab seasoned with Espelette peppers, a tenderloin steak Chateaubriand, a seafood plate and gnocchi. Plus, that famous chicken fricassée with bread sauce is still on the menu. People are naturally being a little cautious with their outings at present, so when you do score a booking and dress up you might want to really commit to a night of finery by pre-ordering an outrageously aristocratic dish of lobster with butter sauce and a one-kilo beef eye fillet.

A drummer and guitarist on stage at Restaurant Hubert
Photograph: Supplied

Lunches are also back on the cards on Thursdays and Fridays for city workers. Reserve a table by emailing or visiting the Hubert website.

Want to see more music? Here's where to catch it live in Sydney right now. 

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