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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 10.10.2014

Café De Luxe, Brewarrina - outback NSW

The Café De Luxe was opened in 1926 by George Pippos, and 83yrs later his son Angelo and wife Margie Pippos are still carrying on the traditions from 1926.

Located at 87 Bathurst Street, Brewarrina NSW, 2839; it tragically burnt down on

The original advertising for the cafe included:

"When you step through the cafe’s doors you're hit with the true colors of the outback’s friendly surroundings and our friendly staff.

Come in from ...

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 09.10.2014

Interior of the Black & White Milk Bar, Martin Place, Sydney / Mick Adams c.1932.

Meet the Milk Bar Kids

Adam Gerondis, as the grandson of Australia’s first milk bar owner, Adam Gerondis is milk bar royalty.
In 1932, Adam’s grandfather, Joachim Tavlaridis (who later became known as Mick Adams) opened the Black & White 4d Milk Bar at number 24 Martin Place, Sydney
.

The Australian milk bar may be disappearing from our streets, but Eamon Donnelly and Adam Gerondis are doing their bit to keep this much-loved icon alive in our memories.

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 09.10.2014

Eamon Donnelly. Artist, archivist and self-confessed milk bar junkie

MEET THE MILK BAR KIDS

August 15, 2014
The Australian milk bar may be disappearing from our streets, but Eamon Donnelly and Adam Gerondis are doing their bit to keep this much-loved icon alive in our memories.

EAMON DONNELLY

Artist, archivist and self-confessed milk bar junkie Eamon Donnelly would have had more toasted sandwiches and milkshakes than most.
For more than a decade, he’s been capturing Australia’s disappearing milk bars on ...

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 09.10.2014

The Supa Bonza Store

Part of ART & ABOUT 2014: THE BANNER GALLERY. The MILK BAR.

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When

19th September - 12th October 2014

produced by City of Sydney

If artist Eamon Donnelly had a pocket full of change, he’d take a trip back in time to the local milk bar and spend up big on cobbers, musk sticks and bananas…..

What

Passiona™, a mixed bag of lollies and a bottle of milk ...

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 09.10.2014

The Banner Gallery at World Square

World Square is a proud partner of Art & About Sydney. Visit World Square and see 20 large-scale photographic works exploring the iconic Australian Milk Bar by 2014 Banner Gallery artist, Eamon Donnelly.

World Square, 680 George St, Sydney

The Milk Bar, by artist Eamon Donnelly. Part of ART & ABOUT 2014: THE BANNER GALLERY.

When

19th September - 12th October 2014

produced by City of Sydney

If artist ...

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submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 29.09.2014

Bubblegum dispenser to the milk crates outside Cyril Robinsons milk bar

Story by IAN PATERSON

In Penrith Press.

Also in Daily Telegraph AUGUST 05, 2014, page 11

Photograph: Milk Bar Every attention is paid to detail, from the bubblegum dispenser to the milk crates. Picture Matt Sullivan.

Cyril Robertson creates life-size 1950s town in back yard
Town includes milk bar, newsagent and general store
Mr Robertson inspired by his youth in Penrith
A desire to recapture the simple joys of his youth ...

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submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 29.09.2014

Cyril Robinson inside his milk bar

Story by IAN PATERSON

In Penrith Press.

Also in Daily Telegraph AUGUST 05, 2014, page 11

Photograph: The interior of Cyril Robinson’s milk bar takes him back to the 1950s. Picture Matt Sullivan.

Cyril Robertson creates life-size 1950s town in back yard
Town includes milk bar, newsagent and general store
Mr Robertson inspired by his youth in Penrith
A desire to recapture the simple joys of his youth has led a Sydney ...

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submitted by DAILY TELEGRAPH on 29.09.2014

Why I built a life-size replica of a 1950s town in my backyard

Story by IAN PATERSON

In Penrith Press.

Also in Daily Telegraph AUGUST 05, 2014, page 11

Cyril Robinson, stands outside his milk bar in his small backyard town. Pictures: Matt Sullivan

Cyril Robertson creates life-size 1950s town in back yard
Town includes milk bar, newsagent and general store
Mr Robertson inspired by his youth in Penrith
A desire to recapture the simple joys of his youth has led a Sydney man to create ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 23.09.2014

An artist's impression of the planned development by Easts group

Sydney Morning Herald

September 23, 2014

Anne Davies

The Easts Group, incorporating Easts Leagues club and the Sydney Roosters, has lodged a $100 million proposal to redevelop the Waverley Bowling Club into the new home for the Roosters with plans for two 10-storey residential towers atop a new licensed club, function centre and gym, administrative offices, a childcare centre, and a swimming pool for use as a school.

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 22.09.2014

Milk bar icons make come-back on Sydney streets

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

City of Sydney, Council

The milk bar is fast disappearing from Sydney streets, but award-winning artist and self-confessed milk bar junkie Eamon Donnelly is keeping its memory alive on banners across the city for this year’s Art & About Sydney.

Photographic images of the fading Australian icon will fly high over our city streets from 19 September to 12 October, showcasing the festival’s ‘endangered’ theme.

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 15.09.2014

Staff of the Central Cafe Blackall in1929

Cafes, along with hotels, played an important role in the social life of Blackall. Opened by the Cominos family in the early 1920s, the cafe was bought by the Logothelis

(Logos) Brothers. In this 1929 photograph we see the staff of the Central Cafe.

A visit to the cafe was a social highlight with its silver table settings, printed menus and waitresses in starched green uniforms. Patrons were introduced to American style food such malted milks, ice cream sundaes and ...

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 15.09.2014

The general dining room of the Logos brothers Central Cafe, Blackhall.

Cafes, along with hotels, played an important role in the social life of Blackall. Opened by the Cominos family in the early 1920s, the cafe was bought by the Logothelis

(Logos) Brothers. In this 1935 photograph we see the general dining room of the Logos brothers Central Cafe.

A visit to the cafe was a social highlight with its silver table settings, printed menus and waitresses in starched green uniforms. Patrons were introduced to American style food such malted milks, ...

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 15.09.2014

Central Cafe, Blackhall, Queensland

Window displays in Blackhalls Central Cafe situated on Shamrock Street 1939


Cafes, along with hotels, played an important role in the social life of Blackall. Opened by the Cominos family in the early 1920s, the cafe was bought by the Logothelis

(Logos) Brothers. In this 1929 photograph Nick Logos stands outside his newly refurbished cafe after fire in the Barcoo Hotel next door had damaged the building.

A visit to the cafe was a social highlight ...

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 20.08.2014

Shakin' all over: how a Sydney milk bar brought the milkshake to the world

Food News, Sydney Morning Herald
August 18, 2014

George Poulos, 90, with his son Nik, has owned the Rio milk bar in Summer Hill since 1952. Photo: Wolter Peeters

Anna Patty

More than 80 years ago, when Joachim Tavlaridis opened his Black and White Milk Bar in Martin Place, the Greek migrant started a craze for the humble milkshake that swept Australia and, say researchers, popularised the iconic drink in the US.

Tavlaridis – also ...

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submitted by Kytherian Historical Record on 03.08.2014

Venardos family leaving Blackhall, 1953

The Longreach Leader, Friday 6th March, 1953, page 19

The Venardos family, who have conducted the Central Cafe in Blackhall for many years, will be leaving there shortly for Nambour, where they have purchased a picture theatre and dance hall. These are the Vogue Theatre and Diggers Hall, which are adjacent.

The purchase price is not disclosed but it is understood to be a large figure.

The move was hastened by the growing families of the brothers and the ...

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submitted by Saint George Leader on 30.07.2014

Food: Greek is great any way you choose it

By Callan Boys

St George Leader, July 29, 2014

Photograph: Pork power: Chef David Tsirekas of Kefi.


GREEK street food is having its time in the sun, with the arrival of some game-changing new eateries in St George and across Sydney.

Talented chefs such as David Tsirekas (ex Xanthi and Perama) are injecting integrity, technique and quality produce into Greek street food, and Sydney can't get enough of it.

"In Australia, ...

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submitted by Saint George Leader on 30.07.2014

St George Milk bars' Greek origins revealed in exhibition

St George Leader

July 29, 2014.

Cafe society: Noel Kelly was a regular at Parry's Milk Bar in Kogarah. Picture: Jane Dyson

An exhibition on Australia’s Greek cafes at Hurstville Museum has rekindled fond memories. Maria Galinovic reports.


In the1940s, Zacharias Vretos Panaretos and his wife Theodora took over a shop at Kogarah near the railway station and opened a milk bar.

As Mr Panaretos used the name Jim Parry ...

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submitted by Saint George Leader on 30.07.2014

St George Milk bars' Greek origins revealed in exhibition

St George Leader

July 29, 2014.

Theodore Panaretos (Parry) and staff at Rockdale Parry's, c. 1965. Picture: courtesy of Victor Panaretos.

An exhibition on Australia’s Greek cafes at Hurstville Museum has rekindled fond memories. Maria Galinovic reports.


In the1940s, Zacharias Vretos Panaretos and his wife Theodora took over a shop at Kogarah near the railway station and opened a milk bar.

As Mr Panaretos used the ...

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submitted by Sydney Morning Herald on 23.07.2014

Making old school new school: Kalimera Souvlaki Art, Oakleigh. Photo: Tim Grey

Greece's top street food gets a Melbourne makeover. Vego? Prawns? That's how we roll.

July 22, 2014

Jane Ormond


George Calombaris' souvlaki making tips

Ah, the good old souvlaki - that simple combination of fresh pita bread, char-grilled meat, a little salad and a dollop of tangy tzatziki. On paper it sounds light, fresh and healthy and yet this humble meal is often given greasy mistreatment and relegated to the shabby role of booze ...

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submitted by Greek-Australian Cafe Culture on 06.07.2014

How Greeks Made Milkshakes a National Drink in Australia

Photograph: Milk Bar sign from The Legend Espresso Café & Milk Bar Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1960s. Sign courtesy I. Nicolades, from the “In Their Own Image: Greek-Australians” National Project Archives, Macquarie University, Sydney.

According to Macquarie University researchers, documentary photographer Effy Alexakis and historian Leonard Janiszewski, Australia’s Greek milk bars transformed the humble milkshake into a national drink.

The ...