Broadsheet Melbourne begins publishing online.
broadsheet.com.au now reaches 10,000 people a month.
broadsheet.com.au now reaches 50,000 people a month.
The Broadsheet Cafe pops up on Crossley Street in Melbourne for 11 days as part of Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. Different coffee roasters, including Seven Seeds, Proud Mary and Market Lane, take over the space each day, introducing Melburnians to a range of different coffees.
broadsheet.com.au now reaches 100,000 people a month.
broadsheet.com.au now reaches 250,000 people a month.
Broadsheet Sydney launches its own iPhone app, with another 500 venue listings and original imagery.
broadsheet.com.au now reaches 500,000 people a month.
The first Seven Dinners in Seven Nights competition sees winners in Sydney and Melbourne chauffeured around their city for a week, with dinners at seven top restaurants, all paid for by Broadsheet.
broadsheet.com.au now reaches one million people a month.
The Broadsheet Restaurant opens for two months on Gertrude Street in Fitzroy, Melbourne, collecting cult dishes from across Melbourne and uniting them on one menu. Highlights include Top Paddock’s double-baked French toast, Coda’s duck curry and Huxtable’s mac’n’cheese.
The Guardian publishes an article titled “The Broadsheet effect: is this the most powerful magazine in Australia?”, introducing people outside the hospitality industry to the term “Broadshat” – when a venue is mobbed by customers in the days after it’s written up by Broadsheet.
The Broadsheet Melbourne Cookbook and The Broadsheet Sydney Cookbook are published simultaneously, containing 80 recipes each from the cities’ best restaurants, cafes and bars. Collaborators include Baker D Chirico, Chin Chin, Cumulus Inc, Dainty Sichuan, the Everleigh, Tonka, the Town Mouse and Vue de Monde in Melbourne, and Ester, 10 William St, The Apollo, Brickfields, Golden Century and Three Blue Ducks in Sydney.
Broadsheet begins publishing original video content.
broadsheet.com.au now reaches two million people a month.
Broadsheet wins Multi-channel Brand of the Year at the Mumbrella Publish Awards.
Dishes from 22 of Sydney’s favourite restaurants become available for two months at The Broadsheet Restaurant on Danks Street in Waterloo, Sydney, including 10 William St’s pretzel with whipped bottarga. The team from Bulletin Place and Dead Ringer runs the bar.
broadsheet.com.au now reaches 2.5 million people a month.
Broadsheet’s founder and publisher, Nick Shelton, wins Executive of the Year at Mumbrella’s Publish Awards.
Print issues resume publishing in Sydney and Melbourne after a three-year hiatus. In Melbourne, the first cover story asks, “Are Melbourne’s Cafes Out of Ideas?” and in Sydney we interview the Sydney Opera House’s head of ideas, Dr Edwina Throsby.
Broadsheet Studio wins Branded Content Studio of the Year at the Mumbrella Publish Awards.
The Broadsheet Italian Cookbook, a hardback title featuring 80 recipes from restaurants, bars and cafes around the country, goes on sale. Contributors include Tipo 00, Osteria Ilaria, Fratelli Paradiso, 10 William St, Grossi Florentino, Embla, Icebergs, A Tavola, Carlton Wine Room, Fred’s, Il Bacaro, Pidapipó, Marios and Pellegrini’s.
broadsheet.com.au now reaches 2.8 million people a month.
The Broadsheet Kitchen goes on a national tour, hosting one-off dinners at Supernormal Canteen, Ides, Half Acre and Bar Margaux in Melbourne; Automata and Mary’s in Sydney; Africola in Adelaide; and Arc Dining in Brisbane.
Broadsheet turns 10.
Broadsheet wins Media Brand of the Year at the B&T Awards.