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For those who can't make it to Japan this cherry blossom season, this CBD pop-up bar offers the perfect alternative.
Watch 'Romeo & Juliet' come to life on your screen — and learn how to plié.
Watch six of the Bard's plays performed at London's historic Globe Theatre.
Learn to paint — with a glass of wine in your hand — at these live-streamed paint and sip classes.
Party in an airport hanger, in the Old Melbourne Gaol and on the edge of a cliff with a lineup of top Aussie DJs — virtually.
Dance your way through the decades with this virtual biweekly party.
A live-streamed music festival series raising money for Aussie artists who've had gigs cancelled during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Take part in a five-kilometre fun run — virtually.
Head north to the Fraser Coast for this supercalifragilisticexpialidocious festival.
Watch highlights — and never-before-seen footage — from the Sydney Opera House's 47-year history from your couch.
All of the hot melted cheese (and profiteroles) you can stomach every Tuesday and Wednesday night.
White Rabbit Gallery showcases its greatest works from the past ten years in this huge retrospective.
Sip bottomless bubbles while learning to make salty, squeaky haloumi.
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.
69 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills
Sydney's first outpost of Melbourne's famed loud, punchy and queue-inviting Thai eatery.
74-76 Campbell Street, Surry Hills
A coworking space that'll generate significant office envy.
50 Holt Street, Surry Hills
Doors have shut on Cleveland Street as a new chapter for the meatmasters begins.
490 Crown Street, Surry Hills
Contemporary Lebanese with a twist on Crown Street.
478 Bourke Street, Surry Hills
Bourke Street's Ume has gone casual with burgers and a sizeable whisky and sake selection.
The Dolphin Hotel
412 Crown Street, Surry Hills
Maurice Terzini's revamped version of the Crown Street pub.
Brooklyn Depot Burgers & Brew
65 Holt Street, Surry Hills
A gleeful burger-laden homage to the city that never sleeps.
6 Hunt Street, Surry Hills
The ridiculous palace of fried chicken, sneakers and champagne Sydney deserves.
565 Bourke Street, Surry Hills
Another old school pub gets new life.
413 Bourke Street, Surry Hills
The Bulletin Place team reinvent Bacardi Breezers, Redskins and so many nostalgic favourites.
84 Foveaux Street, Surry Hills
A Surry Hills izakaya that nails the brief.
320 Crown Street, Surry Hills
Warmth, spice and vibrancy emanates from the corner of Campbell and Crown Streets.
182 Campbell Street, Surry Hills
There's a lot of American BBQ in this town. But in Surly's, we may have found the best.
Shop 2, 226-228 Commonwealth St, Surry Hills
Tokyo Bird is ruling the roost with a focus on hot-right-now Japanese whisky and yakitori sticks.
84-86 Mary Street, Surry Hills
A kitsch Japanese dive bar with a late night DJ, arcade games and three karaoke rooms.
40-44 Wentworth Ave, Surry Hills
The century-old Macquarie Hotel building gets a Cuban revolution, complete with traditional barbacoa.
The Whisky Room
470 Crown Street, Surry Hills
The best coffee is an Irish Coffee.
Dove & Olive
156 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills
The first rule of Craft Beer Fight Club is you do not talk about Craft Beer Fight Club.
The Clock Hotel
Crown Street's revamped pub sports hidden whisky bars and balcony gin bars to ditch the crusty ol' pub stigma.