Monopole decided to shut up shop on March 23, but the Potts Point restaurant and wine bar has been hosting markets on the weekends in the time since and is opening for another one this coming weekend.
On Saturday and Sunday, you’ll be able to enjoy a fresh cup of coffee while you browse the extensive range of bottles from the venue’s incredible wine collection and stock up on sourdough and liquorice bread from Yellow, the sister eatery down the road. A few rotating make-at-home meals – pork belly, perhaps, or vegetable curry – will also be available as well as produce boxes featuring the best of the season’s bounty.
The goods change based on what's available, but lately thye've been packing up pine mushrooms, zucchini, broad-bean shoots, cucamelons, Dutch cream potatoes, eggplants, apples and strawberries, as well as sourdough, soda bread, cheese and housemade pickles – all for $60.
Entry is free, but if you’d like to lock-in a produce box ahead of time, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order.