Sorsi e Morsi are open right throughout the St Kilda Art Crawl and they are celebrating the installation of their amazing new mural by Hayden Dewar, “Magical Flying Tomato”‘ that now adorns their restaurant wall, opposite Pumpkin Lane in The Arts Triangle Precinct.
Sorsi e Morsi will be remembered in Crawl history as the place where the Gershwin Room decided to open its doors to us to help celebrate the future of St Kilda arts, comedy and music.
Hayden Dewar – Hayden is a visual artist producing work of both a commercial and personal nature. Mediums include Painting, digital illustration & design, and animation. Commercial pursuits include illustration for advertising and publishing, concept art & storyboard art for film & TV, and animation. Hayden’s personal work draws on inner narrative, Exploring perceived reality, recurring dreams and childhood memories, using the fragments of life in its many stages as the basis for visual story-telling.
Sorsi e Morsi was opened by the team at I Carusi II in 2013
The vision was to create a rustic cafe and bar serving breakfast, lunch, aperitivo and dinner.
Home made dishes from our large recipe book and several of Nonna’s back in Italy.
You can sit under the tree on the outside terrace, sip on Italian wine or a negroni,
share a carefully chosen aperitivo board, and let yourself be transported to the other side of the world.
The passionate staff will greatly enhance the experience.
A little piece of Italy in St Kilda.
7:30am till late – All Day Breakfast / Lunch / Aperitivo / Dinner
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