North Sydney gets
it's dining mojo back

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There’s been an exciting flurry of new North Sydney eateries to open the past six months. At the Cromwell managed Northpoint tower, there’s Lobby Boy, as well as rooftop bar and restaurant Green Moustache and cafe Glory Days. Now, the business hub gets an exciting all-day newbie, taking you from breakfast to after-work cocktails and oysters. Glorietta which can only be described as a little slice of Italy has officially opened its doors in the brand new Dexus owned 100 Mount Street, North Sydney.

The sprawling, 220-seat restaurant and bar is designed by Alexander & Co, which is also responsible for the striking designs at Woolwich Pier Hotel, The Imperial and Stanton & Co. The fitout includes high ceilings, green marble and stone finish complimented by rattan furnishings and timber chairs. Grab a drink,  olives and flatbread and settle into the courtyard for the afternoon or sit down for a full meal in the dining room and enjoy Mediterranean inspired dishes by head chef Katie Morris. (Ex-Coogee Pavilion).

Glorietta’s pizza chef is Mauro Grecco, formerly of iconic CBD pizzeria Frankie’s. Here the pizza dough is fermented for up to four days and the base is light and crispy.