Taking over the sorely-missed Post Museum’s address, the folks behind 40 Hands have opted to keep the alternative vibe alive with their new grill, bar and music hideout. The ground-floor restaurant dishes out barbecued meat and calorific grub like Crack & Cheese with truffle ($16), and meats including Broadcast St Louis-style Ribs ($30).
The bar upstairs specialises in preservative-free cocktails ($18-$20), booze bottled in-house and coffee brewed by 40 Hands’ boss, Harry Grover. If your feet are itching for a little fidgetin’, Broadcast also has a quaint music store selling vinyls and CDs, as well as silent disco headphones pumping out mixes curated by resident DJ Darkwing.
Weekly shindigs will be helmed by local and international jocks, running through a different genre each night: ‘Iconic Artist’ (Wednesday), indie (Thursday), electro (Friday), house (Saturday), and downtempo (Sundays).