The restored Sheridan building of Lot Fourteen is now home to Community, a café-by-day and bar-by-night.
The venue, an octagonal-shaped former kiosk on North Terrace, is great spot for morning coffee and a healthy lunch, and it doubles as a wine bar with a brand-new liquor licence. Led by manager Brett Hicks-Maitland and executive chef Sam Worrall-Thompson, Community serves up coffees, breakfast, lunch, and small plates at dinner.
The menu will be ever-changing and seasonal, but as examples, eggplant soba noodles, açai bowls, poached chicken salad with green chilli dressing, bacon and egg rolls, and a bowl with salmon tartare, avo and a sesame cracker, have all been featured on the menu so far.
Guests can now pair their meals with drinks, such as a variety of wines and cocktails, such as espresso martinis and Aperol spritz.
The wine bar is centrally located and has beautiful windows that open up the space and provide meaning to the word Community.
The owners named the venue after the feeling they want to create.
“Great customer relationships are the key to a great venue – it’s that sense of community with the faces you see every day, and those you are meeting for the first time.” Hicks-Maitland says.
Find Community at Lot Fourteen, North Terrace.