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Lads had lunch in Sydney and it was hell blokey

You’ve heard of ‘ladies who lunch’ and now ‘boys who brunch’ is an official thing if Glue Store and Deus Ex Machina and Barney Cools have anything to do with it.

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To celebrate the¬†upcoming launch of summer street wear brands Glue Store, Deus ex Machina and Barney Cools’ forthcoming collections, they threw a lunch in all its testosterone-fuelled glory, really honing in on and welcoming all sorts of guys who typify the modern, urban Aussie dude.

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The Barney Cools’ music was blasted as tapas-style eating in everyone’s favourite¬†industrial chic-type setting unfolded, allowing the gastronomic mastery of head chef Tom Walton and his healthy selection of shared plates including fully loaded hummus, tuna poke, crispy fried chicken, and a selection of delectable burger and slow roast lamb shoulder sliders, to really shine.

Dudes rule.
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