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A 'Kath & Kim'-inspired chardonnay — or, as Kim would say, cardonnay — festival at Handpicked Wines.
This latest Harry Potter-themed event will see you attend a boozy Hogwarts potions class.
Walk through a field of continuous rainfall without getting wet at this immersive installation in St Kilda.
Cirque du Soleil’s 35th production comes to Sydney, complete with a cast of 47 artists from 17 countries.
Sit down to a three-course meal at The Imperial with a side of X-rated drag.
Eat your way through a fairy-lit international food market.
Treat yourself to a big bowl of the good stuff for a tenner this October.
Spring talks on food, wellbeing, sex and death – backdropped by the south coast sea.
Sip bottomless bubbles while learning to make two types of cheese.
The world's only mindful triathlon returns to Sydney.
German brews, bratwurst, schnitzels and Australia's biggest beer hall — all in The Domain.
Spend a Saturday afternoon groovin', sippin' cocktails and eating brunch.
The indoor market dedicated to women's fashion is back.
Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel is celebrating the pink drink with an all-day outdoor wine tasting.
Catch classic episodes of the 90s sitcom on the big screen at this marathon viewing session.
Leichhardt's main drag is once again holding a big ol' party to celebrate Sydney's Italian food and culture.
This Surry Hills favourite has doing $39.50 yum cha feasts every weekend in October.
The month-long food festival returns with a pasta party, dinner with Alain Passard, a pop-up sushi restaurant by a top Tokyo chef and the Night Noodle Markets.
The Sydney palace of fried chicken and champagne is bringing bottomless brunches, ramen and Hennessey cocktails to Double Bay.
South King Recreation Club
Level 1, 597 King Street, Newtown
This Newtown beer hall comes complete with daggy carpet, meat tray raffles and a $5 happy hour.
George Hotel Waterloo
760 Elizabeth Street, Waterloo
This neighbourhood pub has reopened as a taqueria and natural wine bar.
106 George Street, Redfern
Retro furnishings, a hidden bar and a diverse new menu — this Redfern spot is eager to please.
Bistro on the Greens
Corner Henning Avenue And Moverly Road, South Coogee
South Coogee Bowls Club's revamped, leafy bistro.
The Lady Hampshire
91 Parramatta Road, Camperdown
Camperdown's resurrected pub.
106 Oxford Street, Paddington
This friendly, unpretentious pub from the Mary’s gang is well-loved for its 100% homegrown beer and wine list.
Rooftop, 35 Bettington Street, Millers Point
The Palisade's luxe rooftop bar is the best place to take in Sydney.
The Clare Bar
1 Kensington Street, Chippendale
Three high-end restaurants, 62 guest rooms and its very own custom-designed scent.
The Smoking Panda
5-7 Park Street, Sydney
Panda Coladas flow until 5am at this recently-opened CBD bar.
The Tilbury Hotel
12 Nicholson Street, Woolloomooloo
Linger over a long lunch or dive into dessert at the new-look Tilbury.
Since I Left You
338 Kent Street, Sydney
This could be your CBD paradise.
1064 Pittwater Road, Collaroy
The northern beaches boozer was acquired by Merivale and reopened all shiny and new.
75 The Corso, Manly
Manly's lively beachfront go-to pub.
Cnr Pacific Highway And Greengate Road, Killara
Killara's mainstay pub on the Pacific Highway.
New South Head Road, Rose Bay
Casual diners now have a place at waterfront Catalina, with the bar having undergone an invisible transformation.
The Clock Hotel
470 Crown Street, Surry Hills
Crown Street's revamped pub sports hidden whisky bars and balcony gin bars to ditch the crusty ol' pub stigma.
The East Sydney Hotel
113 Cathedral Street, Woolloomooloo
Wednesdays at this country-style pub provide blues, folk and bluegrass bands, and Sundays, mellow jazz. Good beer available every day.
302 Crown Street, Darlinghurst
Darlo bar hoppers may not be starved for their pick of small bars, but Low’s got a little something the others don’t.
The Hive Bar
93 Erskineville Road, Erskineville
A true local bar, the Hive is one of the best spots on the Erskineville Road strip.
The Rose Hotel
52-54 Cleveland Street, Chippendale
This vibrant beer garden has provided an inner city oasis for over one hundred years.