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Sip bottomless bubbles while learning to make two types of cheese.
A live-streamed music festival series raising money for Aussie artists who've had gigs cancelled during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Watch 'Romeo & Juliet' come to life on your screen — and learn how to plié.
Sip Eggo cocktails and watch out for demogorgons at this 'Stranger Things'-inspired pop-up bar.
This Surry Hills favourite is bringing back its popular weekend yum cha feasts.
Watch six of the Bard's plays performed at London's historic Globe Theatre.
Watch highlights — and never-before-seen footage — from the Sydney Opera House's 47-year history from your couch.
Learn to draw a face with Ben Quilty, make a Dadaist poem with Tony Albert and watch Ngaiire sing in an empty exhibition space — all in the Gallery's new, uplifting online art space.
Eat creamy pasta scooped out of a wheel of cheese every week.
Take your at-home drinks to the next level.
Sip bottomless bubbles while learning to make salty, squeaky haloumi.
14 Steam Mill Lane, Haymarket
This Haymarket izakaya serves up highballs and free karaage chicken during happy hour.
Nikkei Bar & Restaurant
216 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
The Tokyo Bird team is serving up a Japanese-Peruvian menu at its newest Surry Hills restaurant.
Mezzanine Level, The Exchange, Darling Square, 1 Little Pier Street, Haymarket
The Golden Century team's new Darling Square restaurant is a homage to its famed pipis in XO dish.
17–19 Central Avenue, Manly
This Manly cocktail bar is hidden behind a fridge — with 250 different whiskies, creative cocktails and melty raclette.
Coogee Wine Room
222 Coogee Bay Road, Coogee
This wine bar is pouring 400 wines just one block from the beach.
Prince of York
18 York Street, Sydney
At this multi-level CBD venue you can start with bone marrow toasties and naturally fermented prosecco for dinner, then head downstairs to dance on tables under a disco ball.
2A Ash Street, Sydney
Merivale's 60-seat 1920s Paris-inspired cocktail bar in the CBD.
Gorgeous George Bar
13 Burton Street, Darlinghurst
Darlinghurst's extravagant new bar is named after a famously OTT 1950s wrestler.
Jones Bay Wharf, 26–32 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont
A buzzing fine diner on the water serving up Chinese-Japanese fare.
29 Reiby Place, Sydney
As well as a full French-style bistro menu, this CBD restaurant from the Mary's crew has a seafood bar and jazz running six night a week.
The Lane WineBar
270C Old Northern Road, Castle Hill
You'll find this cosy wine bar in the heart of the Hills District.
Level 3, Gateway, Alfred Street, Sydney
This rooftop bar boasts a dedicated spritz menu, a daily happy hour and views of the Harbour Bridge.
49 Market Street, Sydney
QT Sydney's ground-floor space has had a culinary makeover, now serving up hearty and traditional Italian fare all day.
The Marrickville Hotel
244 Marrickville Road, Marrickville
A former Smart Dollar shop is now home to Aussie beers, disco balls and good times.
George Hotel Waterloo
760 Elizabeth Street, Waterloo
This neighbourhood pub has reopened as a taqueria and natural wine bar.
The Glebe Hotel
63 Bay Street, Glebe
Previously known as the Australian Youth Hotel, this historic pub has been given a new name and dog-friendly courtyard.
182 Enmore Road, Enmore
This Enmore Road record store bar is selling vinyl whilst slinging craft beer and over 80 types of whisky.
Council Place, Sydney
A standing room-only mezcal bar in the CBD by the Tio's team.
Hotel Rose Bay
807 New South Head Road, Rose Bay
The revamped eastern suburbs hotel has sleek interiors and a menu from an ex-Catalina chef.
52 Harris Street, Pyrmont
A European-style wine bar in Pyrmont.