19° & PARTLY CLOUDY ON FRIDAY 31 MARCH IN SYDNEY
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  • ANNATA

    A gem of a restaurant stepping up North Sydney's fine dining game.

  • CALABUR CAFE & DINER

    An all-day Asian diner that truly transforms from day to night.

  • FONZARELLI'S

    Surry Hills' 1950s-inspired bar dedicated to The Fonz.

  • 12-MICRON

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

  • HAPPY D'S

    Redfern's tiny hole-in-the-wall dumplings and beer bar.

  • EASTSIDE GRILL

    A New York-style steakhouse with acclaimed chef Stanley Wong behind the wheel.

  • 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.

  • BRICK LANE

    This art deco-inspired Double Bay venue is an unusual mix of casual and fine dining (with great cocktails).

  • GOOD HOPE

    A Manly wine bar with local produce, local beers and local people.

  • THE LADY HAMPSHIRE

    Camperdown's resurrected pub.

  • BANKSII

    Sydney's first dedicated vermouth bar and bistro.

  • JANGLING JACK'S

    Late-night cocktails inspired by the notorious historic locals of Potts Point.

  • FRED'S

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

  • NOUR

    Contemporary Lebanese with a twist on Crown Street.

  • EAST VILLAGE HOTEL

    The three-tiered Darlinghurst pub gets new life with an upstairs sports bar and rooftop terrace.

  • CIRRUS DINING

    A cloud-shaped Barangaroo restaurant from the Bentley team.

  • TEQUILA MOCKINGBIRD

    A Paddington terrace filled with tequila and tasty South American morsels.

  • MILANO TORINO

    An Italian restaurant that blends the flavours of Piedmont with food photography.

  • KENSINGTON STREET SOCIAL

    Elegant yet approachable food from London's Jason Atherton.

  • YAKITORI YURIPPI

    Crows Nest's tiny six-table yakitori joint.

  • HACIENDA

    Sydney Harbour's new Cuban-inspired vista bar.

  • KITTYHAWK

    The Lobo Plantation take cues from the Liberation of Paris for their next CBD instalment.

  • MEDITRAINEAN

    Like a sushi train, but Mediterranean.

  • BROOKLYN DEPOT BURGERS & BREW

    A gleeful burger-laden homage to the city that never sleeps.

  • DEUS BAR & KITCHEN

    Deus Cafe has moved into more mature territory — with an ex-Bistro Moncur chef no less.

  • NORSK DOR

    Hiding under Pitt Street is a snuggly corridor of hearty Nordic nosh.

  • RESTAURANT HUBERT

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

  • GUILTY

    A veritable burger shrine to the unbeatable combo of cheese, meat and carbs.

  • BAR BROSE

    ACME's French-inspired offshoot delivers in spades.

  • LOT.1

    Supremely satisfying modern Italian food and interesting wines in the CBD.

  • BIBO WINE BAR

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

  • SUNSET SABI

    Watch the sun go down with some killer sushi rolls.

  • MISTELLE

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

  • THE CROSSING

    Creative snacks and cocktails in a damn good-looking bar.

  • MAMASAN

    Dine in your own private opium den

  • THE PADDINGTON

    Roast chook, parmesan custard and a cocktail bar — this is the Oxford Street pub like you've never seen it before.

  • SALARYMAN

    Ramen lovers, take note.

  • ROSSO ANTICO PIZZA BAR

    Perfect pizzas have arrived on Enmore Road.

  • MAMASAN SURRY HILLS

    Bondi's beloved Asian-fusion joint has expanded to the Hills.

  • KAGURA

    A Surry Hills izakaya that nails the brief.

  • BENNELONG

    Bennelong is more casual and relaxed than ever before — but that doesn't mean the food isn't show-stopping.

  • WATERMAN'S LOBSTER CO

    Where New England lobster rolls are serious business.

  • BRIDGE ST GARAGE

    Rarely have North and South America played together so nicely as in this diner's new deli.

  • BANG STREET FOOD

    Spiked lassis, '90s R&B and fancied-up Bangladeshi street nosh in Surry Hills.

  • FIREDOOR

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

  • PELICANO

    Like partying at a wildly rich grown-up’s house.

  • BESSER

    Surry Hills' Besser does informal Italian with a special brand of charm.

  • CASONI

    Fresh pasta plus Aperol Spritz and Negroni on tap equal Casoni's formula for a good night.

  • REDFERN CONTINENTAL

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

  • ESTER

    With a wood-fired oven as the restaurant's core, Ester's hearth produces food with heart.

  • 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.

  • ONE PENNY RED

    The location is great, the atmosphere is just what you want and the food? More than worth the journey.

  • CHO CHO SAN

    Everything about this modern izakaya is oh so Sydney - including the massive hype.

  • THE STINKING BISHOPS

    A place where cheese gets the recognition it deserves.

  • MOMOFUKU SEIOBO

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

  • NIJI RESTAURANT AND BAR

    Not your usual Double Bay establishment.

  • BENTLEY RESTAURANT + BAR

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

  • CHESTER WHITE CURED DINER

    In a converted old cottage in Potts Point is the new project for the Buffalo Dining Club owners.

  • MILLE VINI

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

  • RILEY ST GARAGE

    Raw, edgy and impossibly chic, Riley St Garage brings a slice of the New York Meatpacking District to Woolloomooloo.

  • SPRING STREET SOCIAL

    Spring Street Social is Bondi's next big thing, a hole in the wall hiding an underground club.

  • NEIGHBOURHOOD

    Next time your throat is dry and sunstroke has you seeking shelter, grab a Neighbourhood Bloody Mary.

  • NOMAD

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

  • LOTUS DUMPLING BAR

    A Walsh Bay ode to the dumpling.

  • BATCH BURGERS AND ESPRESSO

    Devour an American burger and shake, just down the road from the Prime Minister's lodge.

  • YEBISU IZAKAYA

    Regent Place continues to flourish with this party room where the sake flows.

  • BONDI HARDWARE

    Bondi is not just for summer, with a Notorious P.I.G and mulled Batlow cider there to lift winter spirits.

  • GLEBE POINT DINER

    Glebe Point Diner is perfect for a casual graze, an intimate first date or a well-overdue catch up with mates.

  • SOKYO

    Sokyo, the Star's Japanese child, does elegance extraordinarily well.

  • ARCADIA LIQUORS

    Arcadia Liquors has high ceilings with mostly bare walls, so even when the venue gets crowded, it doesn’t get claustrophobic.

  • 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.

  • THE ROOSEVELT

    There’s no doubting that the Roosevelt should be top of the list.

  • JAH BAR

    Take a typical tapas bar in Barcelona then polish slightly, adding cut crystal glasses and a pinch of Almodóvar references.

  • PORTEñO

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

  • EATHOUSE DINER

    1950s Americana has invaded Redfern, and your tastebuds have never had a better reason to celebrate.

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