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Barrie Kosky's take on Shostakovich's work is opera, but not as you know it.
Three courses 40 metres above Sydney Harbour.
Gather your amigos for a stylish, tequila-fuelled summer send-off at The Tilbury.
The world's first dedicated showcase of ordinary art is heading to MONA for its first Australian visit.
Eight futuristic interactive installations, including a glowing ball orchestra and a town sketched by exhibition-goers.
Skip shavasana for dinner and a beer at Rosebery's microbrewery.
Experience a travelling craft cocktail dinner, with drinks that produce zero waste.
Catch a film in the bar's courtyard once a fortnight — for only $5.
Spend an evening sketching and sipping Champagne with views of Sydney Harbour.
Thursday nights in March just got a whole lot more fun.
The Stinking Bishops will pop raclette in a roll every Friday night at the Newtown brewery.
Head to one of Sydney’s best-loved markets for their bohemian collection of fashion, antiques, books and handicrafts.
Browse stalls of knickknacks, eat till your heart's content, then check out the illuminated street art.
Fill your home with new green babies from this warehouse sale.
A weekly Saturday night food truck market in Sydney's west.
Unlimited pork buns and dim sum every Saturday at Happy D's.
Spend your Sunday evening with $10 negronis and free jazz.
Eat away the excesses of the night before with a $30 feast.
A new European-inspired Sunday food market.
Peruse vintage bric-a-brac while you snack on homemade dim sum in the Skyline Drive-In.
22-24 King StreetNewtown
Mash buttons over a burger or hot brew on King Street.
2 Bungan StreetMona Vale
One of the northern beaches' OG hole-in-the-wall coffee spots.
Underground, 29/43-45 East EsplanadeManly
A beery all-day eatery from Manly's favourite brewers.
1 Kiaora LaneDouble Bay
Simply walking into About Life will make you feel healthy.
62 Burns Bay RoadLane Cove
The Lower North Shore's health hub.
296 Darling StreetBalmain
Step inside the kingdom of Zumbarons and Zonuts.
330 Church StreetParramatta
An ambitious new all-day bar and eatery in Parramatta.
78-80 Oxford StreetPaddington
Snuggle up by the fire with a good read at this go-to bookstore cafe.
1C Mrs Macquaries RoadSydney
All your beach parties and frolicking in the ocean counts for nothing if you haven't visited this place.
547 Bourke StreetSurry Hills
Nothing but serious coffee business here.
166 Glebe Point RoadGlebe
Croque Monsieurs and coffee on a leafy stretch of Glebe Point Road.
810 Elizabeth StreetWaterloo
Neon, pastels, good coffee and great cocktails.
1 Angel PlaceSydney
A laneway espresso bar and Italian restaurant from the team behind Vini, 121BC and Ester.
6/15 Cross StreetDouble Bay
Phenomenal coffee, outstanding service and unavoidable food envy. Bar Indigo ticks all the right boxes.
1599 Anzac ParadeLa Perouse
A La Perouse burger joint that is one of Sydney's best.
18 Whistler StreetManly
Specialty coffee, sweet waffles and surprisingly good Thai food.
834 Bourke StreetWaterloo
A Waterloo brunch spot delivering knockout brews and bites.
196 Elizabeth StreetSydney
The name of the game at Basket Brothers is next level comfort food.
89 Pitt StreetRedfern
There's a new kid on the Redfern coffee block.
300 Barangaroo AvenueBarangaroo
Barangaroo's 800-square-metre European-style food emporium.