22° & CLOUDY ON TUESDAY 28 MARCH IN SYDNEY
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  • SOTTO SOPRA

    A Newport trattoria from the trio behind Ormeggio at The Spit.

  • 12-MICRON

    Barangaroo's sprawling 230-seat restaurant (with a late-night dessert bar).

  • THE PROVINCIAL

    A Balmain restaurant pairing smoky South American meats with a drinks list worthy of a cocktail bar.

  • JOHNNY FISHBONE

    A Darlinghurst wine parlour from the Buffalo Dining Club team.

  • BISTRO MONCUR MOSMAN

    Guillaume Brahimi's Woollahra French bistro has explanded to the lower north shore.

  • ELEVEN BRIDGE

    Neil Perry's Rockpool Est. 1989 has been reincarnated in more 'casual' form. Well, sort of.

  • BANKSII

    Sydney's first dedicated vermouth bar and bistro.

  • FRED'S

    Merivale's Paddington provincial kitchen steered by buzzworthy new chef Danielle Alvarez.

  • ARIA

    Matt Moran's signature restaurant has reopened with soft leather walls and Champagne lobster French toast.

  • BEL & BRIO

    Barangaroo's 800-square-metre European-style food emporium.

  • CIRRUS DINING

    A cloud-shaped Barangaroo restaurant from the Bentley team.

  • THE FOUR IN HAND BY GUILLAUME

    Paddo's beloved pub has a new hatted chef in the dining room.

  • ANASON

    Brilliant Turkish food at Barangaroo.

  • RESTAURANT HUBERT

    The Swillhouse Group's new venue is like an adult’s version of Narnia, only this time there’s steak and wine.

  • BAR BROSE

    ACME's French-inspired offshoot delivers in spades.

  • BIBO WINE BAR

    Double Bay gains another quality vino spot, helmed by an ex-Guillaume head chef.

  • MISTELLE

    Dine and sip wine like a Parisian at Double Bay's newest haunt.

  • WATERMAN'S LOBSTER CO

    Where New England lobster rolls are serious business.

  • DRAKE EATERY

    Bondi Beach's new home of warm timber panelling and warming Thirlmere duck.

  • FIREDOOR

    No gas. No electricity. Only wood-coal fire.

  • BARREL BAR AND DINING

    Experience the best wine and food matching — even if you BYO.

  • CATALINA

    Casual diners now have a place at waterfront Catalina, with the bar having undergone an invisible transformation.

  • REDFERN CONTINENTAL

    The Arcadia Liquors team add a European kitchen and a GDR-themed back bar to the neighbourhood.

  • PEI MODERN

    Mark Best's latest venture will make you take bigger bites.

  • ACME

    An Italian restaurant challenging traditional ideals of how the cuisine should be executed.

  • THE WINERY

    Drinking classy means having a 'champagne bell' alert the waitstaff when your glass gets empty.

  • DEDES ON THE WHARF

    Magnificent seafood and sparkling views mean this wharf-end restaurant is sure to make a splash.

  • TETSUYA'S

    Sure you might’ve been able to fly to Melbourne and back (twice), but dining at Tetsuya’s is an occasion that is slightly more palpable.

  • MOMOFUKU SEIOBO

    Put your Blackjack money back in your wallet and save it for a fantastic night of unconventional eating.

  • BENTLEY RESTAURANT + BAR

    At their new digs in the heritage-listed Radisson Blu, there's certainly no mistaking Bentley for your local.

  • DA ORAZIO PIZZA + PORCHETTA

    Introducing Icebergs' casual younger brother.

  • MACLEAY ST BISTRO

    The 'go-to' restaurant to suit any occasion and welcome you with open arms.

  • MILLE VINI

    An authentic Italian bar vibe on Surry Hills' eat street.

  • EST.

    There are those who eat to live. And then there are those who eat at est.

  • BEROWRA WATERS INN

    Refinement in a bush setting proves that Berowra Waters Inn hasn't finished making history yet.

  • NOMAD

    'Nomad' appears to be a misnomer: this is one place we'd be very content to set down some roots.

  • YELLOW

    This could very easily become a second home for Potts Point locals. Lucky things.

  • FLYING FISH

    Jones Bay Wharf's spirit of industriousness continues in the stunning open kitchens of this seafood restaurant.

  • AQUA DINING

    Aqua dining brings us Italian-inspired food with a side of Sydney Harbour.

  • TOKO

    Toko has prestige and is known as a dead-set guarantee of good food and service.

  • SIXPENNY

    A tiny seven-table restaurant in culinary ghost town Stanmore is turning heads.

  • MONOPOLE

    Monopole, Potts Point's latest marker of gentrification, has at its helm good food, good wine and good service.

  • ROCKPOOL BAR & GRILL

    Rockpool Bar & Grill is glamorous, over the top and expensive. It's also worth every penny.

  • BACCOMATTO OSTERIA

    Serial restaurateur Mauro Marcucci adds another to his oeuvre.

  • ASH ST CELLAR

    A fine venue for a glass of the good stuff, a nibble or even a five-course feast.

  • BALLA

    Balla's Milanese cuisine is fresh and seasonal served with a side of harbourside view.

  • BLACK BAR & GRILL

    Set within luxurious surrounds, BLACK by ezard is the Star's steak in shining armour.

  • TAPAVINO

    Tapavino represents everything tapas stands for: eating fine food and drinking even finer wine.

  • THE ITALIAN

    Serving simple pizza and pasta, with a focus on well-balanced flavours and quality ingredients, the Italian feels like the village trattoria you have in your Italy-inspired dreams.

  • THE HILL EATERY

    A North Bondi hotspot centred on simplicity, sustainability and attention to detail.

  • THE FOOD SOCIETY

    The Food Society offers up a 70-deep vodka selection in a warm, bric-a-brac hidey-hole.

  • 4FOURTEEN

    This Surry Hills newbie is a welcome addition to Sydney’s popular ‘fine-food in a casual setting’ ethos.

  • THE FISH SHOP

    The Fish Shop stands out amongst its dimly lit counterparts with its rustic, not-so-perfect floorboards and vintage fishing paraphernalia.

  • 121BC

    With a focus on regional Italian flavours, 121BC's wine list changes monthly and comes complemented by the menu of fresh, seasonal food.

  • 10 WILLIAM STREET

    From the team behind Fratelli Paradiso comes Paddington's beloved converted storefront eatery.

  • PORTEñO

    Doors have shut on Cleveland Street as a new chapter for the meatmasters begins.

  • LOVE, TILLY DEVINE

    One of Sydney's first small bars, this Darlinghurst wine bar never gets old.

  • THE WINE LIBRARY

    The sassiest library this side of the Eastern Distributor. If you like wine, you'll love it here. Get in early.

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