10 William Street
From the people that brought Sydney Fratelli Paradiso, 10 William Street sits inside a converted storefront in the most boutique of boutique shopping strips in Paddington.
10 William Street
T (02) 9389 6032
With a focus on regional Italian flavours, 121BC's wine list changes monthly and comes complemented by the menu of fresh, seasonal food.
4/50 Holt St (enter Via Gladstone St)
360 Bar and Dining
With a dynamic menu and an elegant cocktail list, 360 Bar and Dining has reinvigorated one of the stalwarts of Sydney’s skyline.
Sydney Tower Dining, Sydney Westfield Centre, Between Pitt And Castlereagh Streets
This Surry Hills newbie is a welcome addition to Sydney’s popular ‘fine-food in a casual setting’ ethos.
414 Bourke Street
T (02) 9331 5399
You'd quite easily walk past its front when strolling down Cleveland Street without even glancing up, or knowing that behind a bland, unobtrusive door lies a music venue showcasing some very groovy up and coming Sydney talent.
280 Cleveland Street
The best thing any hotel restaurant can do in a city unaccustomed to non-guest dining is remove the idea of a hotel altogether.
150 Day Street
T 02 9260 2945
Stepping into the Absinthesalon is like stepping into another world. Absinthe is more than just an aperitif, and this salon is its Utopian home.
87 Albion Street
T 02 9211 6632
Moroccan hospitality has arrived to charm the pants off the north shore.
Level 1, 81 Parriwi Road, The Spit
T (02) 9969 8000
Known affectionately as 'the Alex', this unassuming pub is one of our favourite locals.
Corner Henderson Road & Garden Streets
T 02 9557 1924
Food, drink and service all get a big fat Greek tick here. We just need the big fat Greek atmosphere too.
238 Castlereagh Street
Ananas is a welcome addition to the Rocks' pub-centric traps and is an accomplished union of mature wine, fine food and polished design.
18 Argyle Street
T (02) 9259 5668
The Annandale is all grown up and British-inspired, with not a sticky square of carpet in sight.
17 Parramatta Road
T (02) 9550 1078
Arcadia Liquors has high ceilings with mostly bare walls, so even when the venue gets crowded, it doesn’t get claustrophobic.
7 Cope Street
T 0411 652 987
Archie Rose Distillery
Lift your spirits at Sydney's first distillery since 1853.
85 Dunning Avenue
T +61 2 8458 2300
Ash St Cellar
Ash St Cellar is a fine venue for a glass of the good stuff, a nibble or even a five course feast.
1 Ash Street
T (02) 9240 3000
Assembly is a spanking new option on the city's map of small bars with the atmosphere of an adult's treehouse.
488 Kent Street
T 02 9283 8808
The Italian city espresso bar that glides from day to night.
Shop 1, 56-58 York Street
T 02 9262 3884
A warm and inviting alternative to the hustle of CBD bars.
2/65 Erskineville Road
T 02 8090 0204
A rooftop bar with 180 degree views of Darling Harbour.
Four Points By Sheraton Sydney Level 11, 161 Sussex Street
T 02 9290 4712
What can't you force, is hard to maintain, and is hard to fake? Credibility. Bar H has it, and that means its maintained its allure since 2010.
80 Campbell Street
T 02 92801980