It's not actually a Milk Bar (in Australia we call our local shop which sells the newspaper, milk, bread, lollies (candy), potato chips etc. the Milk Bar). It was a Cafe..very laid back..the food was delicious, pizzas, sandwiches, a big tray of quiche on the counter. Out the back they had a bar, a dartboard and bands play there during the week. The cafe had all sorts of nick nacks, a collection of interesting books on the shelves and an art gallery attached. It's run by two guys on their own but the place has become so popular they need to recruit some staff as they physically can't do it all.
I knew my husband would love this place, so took him there for lunch the next day. We had a relaxing Saturday afternoon lunch hanging in the back courtyard and finished off inside with coffee and doughnuts wandering around looking at everything and chatted to the guys. I couldn't stop snapping pics. The pizza's all had interesting names like the 'Hail Satan' pizza, as hot as we can get it (comes with a glass of milk). This is the one my husband chose and I couldn't believe he actually ate the whole thing, mind you with watery eyes at the end of it. I wouldn't have been able to lick this pizza let alone eat a whole one with three different types of chilli's, raw garlic and some secret hot ingredients they wouldn't divulge.
Anyway they say a picture says a thousand words..so please enjoy my photo diary of our visit...
I hope you all have a happy easter and thank you for reading my blog..I appreciate every one of my readers and hope that you come away with some inspiration for your creative life.
Love Catherine x