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Grab a $5 snag for lunch and you'll help out farmers affected by the drought.
Balmain stalwart Efendy is pairing Turkish fare with bottomless wine every Wednesday and Thursday night.
This free film series at the AGNSW celebrates the work of four trailblazing Chinese actresses.
The Potts Point classes are happening every Wednesday for the rest of the year.
Party like it's 1944 at the CBD bar's live jazz sessions every Thursday and Saturday.
Get up early for sunrise yoga in the stunning foyer of the Opera House's Concert Hall.
Cold beers and left-of-centre entertainment.
A rare performance of Bela Bartok's scandalous ballet.
Browse stalls of knickknacks, eat till your heart's content, then check out the illuminated street art.
Superior Burger will take up weekly residency at Camperdown's Deus Cafe.
Why wait for the weekend to get your market fix?
The living legend will return to Sydney for one show that will showcase six decades of songs.
A massive monthly precinct night that brings culture, art and music together with wellness, maker markets and food stalls.
For the month of August, Newtown's Hartsyard is hosting a bottomless lunch every Saturday.
The indoor market dedicated to women's fashion is back.
100 percent animal free.
Sip on a Tanqueray apple gin martini in a Sydney mansion at this IRL re-creation of one of Jay Gatsby's opulent parties.
Sydney's Italian street festival returns.
Taste new blends, drink tea wine, and learn to pair your favourite brew with booze or cheese.
Sydney's original raclette night returns on the first and third Monday of the month.
Darlinghurst's Love, Tilly Devine is serving up hearty lasagne (and red wine) every Monday night throughout winter.
Feast on unlimited tacos for $25 — while drinking a $12 margarita.
Go down the rabbit hole at ACMI's world-first interactive 'Alice in Wonderland' exhibition.
10 William Street, Paddington
From the team behind Fratelli Paradiso comes Paddington's beloved converted storefront eatery.
100 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo
Barangaroo's sprawling 230-seat restaurant (with a late-night dessert bar).
22-24 King Street, Newtown
Mash buttons over a burger or hot brew on King Street.
Sydney Tower Dining, Sydney Westfield Centre, Between Pitt And Castlereagh Streets, Sydney
With a dynamic menu and an elegant cocktail list, 360 Bar and Dining has reinvigorated one of the stalwarts of Sydney’s skyline.
9-13 Winbourne Road, Brookvale
Once a 1960 Dodge truck, now a bar.
Underground, 29/43-45 East Esplanade, Manly
A beery all-day eatery from Manly's favourite brewers.
414 Bourke Street, Surry Hills
This Surry Hills newbie is a welcome addition to Sydney’s popular ‘fine-food in a casual setting’ ethos.
280 Cleveland Street, Surry Hills
An iconic music venue showcasing emerging Sydney talents, pizza, pasta and an excellent board games night.
150 Day Street, Sydney
The best thing any hotel restaurant can do in a city unaccustomed to non-guest dining is remove the idea of a hotel altogether.
31 Mallett Street, Camperdown
The old Camperdown Bowling Club is now Sydney's new urban farm and eatery.
Level 1, 81 Parriwi Road, The Spit, Mosman
Moroccan hospitality has arrived to charm the pants off the north shore.
330 Church Street, Parramatta
An ambitious new all-day bar and eatery in Parramatta.
238 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
Food, drink and service all get a big fat Greek tick here. We just need the big fat Greek atmosphere too.
17 Parramatta Road, Annandale
The Annandale is all grown up and British-inspired, with not a sticky square of carpet in sight.
7 Cope Street, Redfern
A fairy-lit small bar with a sweet little courtyard out the back.
55 Doody Street, Alexandria
The activity-filled warehouse comes from the team behind Holey Moley and features ten-pin bowling, dodgem cars and cocktails.
85 Dunning Avenue, Rosebery
If you're looking to lift your spirits, this gin distillery is the place to be.
1 Ash Street, Sydney
A fine venue for a glass of the good stuff, a nibble or even a five-course feast.
488 Kent Street, Sydney
Assembly is a spanking new option on the city's map of small bars with the atmosphere of an adult's treehouse.
2/65 Erskineville Road, Erskineville
A warm and inviting alternative to the hustle of CBD bars.