Following on their “green” theme, the owners of ‘The Green House’ in Moss Vale, Chris and Maureen Gardner have recently launched the new look “Green Lane” shopping and dining precinct adjacent to the popular Dirty Janes Markets in Bowral. Nestled at the rear of elegant new corporate centre, The Acre, “Green Lane” is a leafy boulevard opening into a village square surrounded by gardens and stylish homewares and gift shops. At it’s heart, the innovative new Harry’s Wine Bar and Bistro offers ‘rustic classic’ cuisine in a highly atmospheric setting with alfresco dining for brunch and lunch seven days a week and dinner and wine bar share plates on Friday and Saturday nights. Next door The Green Lane Kitchen serves coffee and gourmet takeaways to tables set in the garden … and across the courtyard, “Green Lane Books” offers an eclectic selection of books, art and collectables. Nearby is the stylish Suzie Anderson Home and woven throughout the Green Lane space, The Potting Shed Garden Shop specialises in vintage pots, gates, benches, garden furniture and courtyard features. It’s adjoining sister store ‘The Orangery’ is brimming with indoor plants, conservatory furniture, mirrors and chandeliers. It’s an oasis of green, a meeting place for visitors and locals … and a bustling hub of social interaction, laughter and creativity.
For more information phone 48683948.
The Potting Shed on Green Lane, Bowral
Terracotta pots at The Potting Shed Bowral
The Green House, Moss Vale
The Potting Shed is a quirky little garden shop, nestled into Green Lane in Bowral’s Banyette Street. Next to the popular Dirty Janes Markets, it has become a ‘must visit’ for people seeking beautiful and unusual items for their garden.
Opening onto the leafy boulevard called Green Lane, is an exciting little restaurant called Harry’s on Green Lane. Filled with plant life and exotic travel memorabilia, it honours the intrepid plant hunters of Victorian times. Walls covered in tea stained, sepia botanicals, massive hanging baskets dripping with devils ivy, kentia palms and tree ferns, split cane lamp shades …. a slightly jungle atmosphere meets an elegant Raffles style bar. Large vintage pics of the plant hunters on expeditions to far and dangerous parts of the world tie in well with The Potting Shed garden centre outside, and the elegant but twiggy atmosphere of The Orangery next door. The restaurant is called Harry’s after the renowned English nurseryman and horticulturist, Sir Harry Veitch who dispatched daring plant hunters to foreign lands to find exotic treasures for his wealthy London clientele.
Harry’s on Green Lane is next to the famous Dirty Janes Antique Markets and nestled behind the elegant corporate centre, The Acre. It is open Sunday till Thursday from 10am to 5pm with lunch from 12 noon – 3pm … and on Friday and Saturday nights there’s a delicious dinner menu with ‘classic rustic’ share plates and a special offering of scrumptious bar snacks until 11pm.
Our new cafe, Plantation, is right next door to Harry’s on Green Lane. With lofty ceilings and a spectacular artisan mural, this light filled cafe serves Double Roasters coffee, fresh bakery goods, and fast, casual breakfasts from 8am with a scrumptious, affordable all day menu from 10.30 to 4pm daily.
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