Things are picking up pace here at Liven, with December having been a huge month for us. We're wrapping up a great year.
We've welcomed so many new partners - with Sumo Salad jumping on board and more big names to follow early next year. But with so many new arrivals, we bet you missed a few! So here's a recap of a few of our favourite new arrivals this month.
SPOILER ALERT: there may be cocktail bubble cups and BIG burgers involved. 😏
MARTHA RAY'S (Fitzroy)
Most good things come in small packages, right?! Martha Ray's may be a small shopfront on Brunswick St, but they're a serious competitor in the Fitzroy coffee scene. They also spin some amazing records and make a mean Reuben.
L.A BURGER (South Yarra)
Right by South Yarra station - L.A Burger knows how to smash out a great burg. They're keeping it basic; but in all of the best ways, with Cali style burgers, loaded fries, shakes and sides.
BOSOZOKU (South Yarra)
Off Chapel St, Bosozoku is bringing ALLLL of the fun. Stealing some cheeky menu and interior inspo from Japanese biker clubs & the Tokyo nightlife scene, Boso is serving burger bento, cocktail bubble cups and killer vibes. Oh, they also have a dry ice spa.
Just opposite Queens Bridge in Southbank, Criniti's is bringing both Italian meals AND Italian wheels. You'll be dining besides Ducati's - with a cocktail in one hand, and a piece of pizza in the other. Scope out your next ride and fill up on fine food. Baller.
KATSU KING (South Yarra)
Katsu King is L.A Burger's cute Japanese next door neighbour - with colourful comic inspired walls over two levels. What’s Katsu? Chicken, seafood, pork or beef cutlets covered in French bread crumbs or ‘panko’ and deep fried! Yes please.
On High St, Burgertory is the assigned happy place between the worlds of pure and fresh ingredients and masses of cheese. Serving the 7 Deadly Sins in their burger form, loaded fries, wings, ribs and shakes.
New to Liven and to Prahran! Just off Chapel, they're serving Italian cuisine that perfectly merges authentic flavour with contemporary flair. True to Chapel St style, ZeroZero also transforms perfectly into a bar by the PM.