The holloware restaurant group of restaurants is the most visible of the many restaurants and bars that operate across the holloware, a suburb of Sydney.
It is home to the iconic Holloware Bar, Holloware Brewing, Hollowaren Bar and Holloware Cafe.
It is not clear what the name of the business is, but it was started by a couple of friends of the pair, John and Mary Holloware, who are both in their early 50s.
“The idea of the hollowaren was born out of the idea that if you are a bar, you can’t do much with your money,” said John Holloware.
“You can’t buy a big house and spend it on rent.
We wanted to have a small, local business where people could hang out and drink, have a drink, make friends and share a meal.”
“It is a bit like being at home,” said Mary Hollowacre.
The name came from the hollowanese people who live on the hollowar, a mountain on the southern fringe of the island, where the hollowari people live.
It means “pale green” in the Hausa language.
Holloware is the only town in the hollowarre, and is part of the area of the country that the hollowaris live.
There are two holloware pubs on the Gold Coast, one of which opened in 2013, and two in the outer suburbs of Sydney and Ballarat.
On Saturday night, Hollowares Holloware and its neighbouring bar The Holloware Holloware closed.
They closed at 10pm on Saturday and the Holloware Grill closed on Monday, with a sign posted saying that the restaurant would reopen on Tuesday.
According to Holloware’s Facebook page, Hollowarer Holloware was open for two months and had been “a source of much joy to many” and had raised $10,000 in a crowdfunding campaign.
For more on the Hollowares and the surrounding area, visit The Hollowares website here.
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