Every Saturday & Sunday from 12pm join us for Pranzo Eterno, Sydney’s best bottomless lunch! The menu features a 3 course Italian feast and 2 hours of bottomless wine for $99 per person.

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Join us everyday at your neighbourhood local from 5 pm to 6 pm.
Featuring snacks for $4 per piece and drinks from $5.
Think you’re in Italy but really you’re in Oz.

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Icebergs Dining Room and Bar founder and creative director, Maurice Terzini has collaborated with L.G.R artistic director, Luca Gnecchi Ruscone to design a four-piece summer capsule collection of sunglasses.

The storied Australian-Italian restaurateur and fashion designer wanted to create a select number of sunglass models reflective of the iconic venue’s striking blue interiors and majestic views across the Pacific Ocean, while made from the highest-quality materials and artisanal craftsmanship the luxury Italian eyewear label is world-renowned for.

After initial discussions about the transformative power of eyewear and a typical summer’s day at Icebergs, Terzini and Ruscone FaceTimed overlooking the captivating sunset across Bondi Beach to record the myriad of colours — pinks, purples, ocean blues and black — that engulfed the skyline and informed the soon-to-be colour palette for the eyewear capsule.“

The Iceberg’s x L.G.R summer capsule consists of four model frames:
Dahlia oval-shape frame in sunset pink coloured acetate with grey colour-coded lenses
Kimberly sleek cat-eye frames in gloss black acetate with sunrise pink photochromatic lenses
Reunion bold round-frame in golden sun-coloured acetate and with grey lenses
Classic Jambo frame in matte black Italian-cast acetate with ocean blue lenses

The impermeable frames feature hand-polished cellulose acetate made in Italy, 100% UV protection and filter category 3 tempered mineral glass lenses, metal rivets, and gold signature Icebergs x L.G.R engraving along the temples.

$550 per item

Available to purchase at Icebergs Dining Room and Bar or online here.

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