CARLTON NORTH FAVOURITE GREEN PARK REOPENS AS ITALIAN-FOCUSED EATERY PARK STREET "The Nicholson Street favourite has undergone a refresh, gaining a new open kitchen, and serving up a range of cicchetti and handmade pastas..." READ MORE

CARLTON NORTH FAVOURITE GREEN PARK REOPENS AS ITALIAN-FOCUSED EATERY PARK STREET

"The Nicholson Street favourite has undergone a refresh, gaining a new open kitchen, and serving up a range of cicchetti and handmade pastas..." READ MORE

READ ABOUT PARK ST. IN THE URBAN LIST

SO LONG GREEN PARK, HELLO PARK STREET "In mid-August, Carlton North favourite Green Park cafe closed its doors and began plotting a bit of a revamp. Longtime co-owner and chef Jesse Gerner has brought on a few new partners, including Russell Hall (Añada) and a bunch of the chefs from Bomba and Samuel Pepys. The result? A new look all-day cafe, with rotating cicchetti and pasta after dark..." READ MORE

SO LONG GREEN PARK, HELLO PARK STREET

"In mid-August, Carlton North favourite Green Park cafe closed its doors and began plotting a bit of a revamp. Longtime co-owner and chef Jesse Gerner has brought on a few new partners, including Russell Hall (Añada) and a bunch of the chefs from Bomba and Samuel Pepys. The result? A new look all-day cafe, with rotating cicchetti and pasta after dark..." READ MORE

JESSE GERNER & FRIENDS LAUNCH IMPRESSIVE PARK ST RESTAURANT "Park St may become your new best friend cafe and restaurant. The World Loves Melbourne was invited to experience this new venture from Melbourne foodie royalty, and we were super impressed!" READ MORE

JESSE GERNER & FRIENDS LAUNCH IMPRESSIVE PARK ST RESTAURANT

"Park St may become your new best friend cafe and restaurant. The World Loves Melbourne was invited to experience this new venture from Melbourne foodie royalty, and we were super impressed!" READ MORE

Green Park dining is becoming a pasta bar, park street

"The pasta menu will likely feature pappardelles with rabbit or mushroom ragus and orecchiette with cavalo nero and parmesan. There will be osso bucco bianco and braised veal shins and meat balls rolled in polenta..." READ MORE

 

READ ABOUT PARK ST. IN BROADSHEET

Green Park makes way for park street

“I really want to have a crack at some great simple pastas,” Gerner says. “It could just be tagliatelle with some eggplant. Or saffron angel hair, with a little bit of tomato, spanner crab and chilli oil. Duck lasagne..."  READ MORE

 

READ ABOUT PARK ST. IN THE CITY LANE

GOODBYE GREEN PARK, HELLO PARK STREET

"Expect a space that’s familiar yet different at the same time – Vanessa Gerner is working on the interior and the build is by Donald Russell who worked with the team on the interiors of their other businesses, Bomba, Nómada and Samuel Pepys. An open kitchen is a significant design change and mirrors, tan leather touches and indoor plants will soften the space..." READ MORE

READ ABOUT PARK ST. IN THE NORTHSIDER

"A change is as good as a holiday and chef and restaurateur, Jesse Gerner has decided to revamp the Carlton North community-driven cafe and bar, bringing in new owners, a new look, new menu and a new name, Park Street..." READ MORE

READ ABOUT PARK ST. ON CONCRETE PLAYGROUND

"The eatery — which is situated on the section of the Capital City Trail that runs parallel to Park Street in Carlton North — will undergo a noticeable change in menu, rather than concept. Gerner, Hall and Fisk will continue to use locally-grown produce, including veggies grown in Park Street's own garden, with the introduction of an evening pasta bar Wednesday to Sunday. This will feature pasta dishes alongside a list of up to 200 wines, with a focus on small producers. The idea is to become a place for family dinners, a quick bite on the way home, or somewhere to share snacks with friends..." READ MORE

"The eatery — which is situated on the section of the Capital City Trail that runs parallel to Park Street in Carlton North — will undergo a noticeable change in menu, rather than concept. Gerner, Hall and Fisk will continue to use locally-grown produce, including veggies grown in Park Street's own garden, with the introduction of an evening pasta bar Wednesday to Sunday. This will feature pasta dishes alongside a list of up to 200 wines, with a focus on small producers. The idea is to become a place for family dinners, a quick bite on the way home, or somewhere to share snacks with friends..." READ MORE