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Restaurant Hubert is dedicating 18 decadent evenings to cinema and super-sized vino, all over dinner.
The architecture of one of our most loved buildings will be transformed by colour for six months.
The Art Gallery of NSW's summer exhibition will showcase the works of two monumental Japanese artists: Takashi Murakami and Katsushika Hokusai.
A heap of Sydney restaurants are offering half-price meals for eight weeks.
Glitter and grand slams combine in this energetic rom-com, which defies the trope of tragic queer stories.
A night of queer culture, art and tunes celebrating the full spectrum of Sydney’s LGBTQIA+ rainbow.
Look a shark in the eye while it has its dinner and learn a little something about the future of our oceans at the Sydney aquarium.
Golden Age is hosting a film festival that pairs double features with gin cocktails.
Grab a limited-edition Hokkaido cheesecake and explore a supernatural Japanese artwork at this one-night event.
Toby's Estate Coffee Roasters is handing out freebies to celebrate the launch of its new single-serve instant coffee.
Sip wine, eat cheese, make ceramics.
Get into the Mardi Gras groove at this weekly rave party of queer anthems, drag queens and poolside dancing.
Learn to cook dishes from all around the Philippines — and eat them — for just $20.
This Surry Hills favourite is doing $39.50 yum cha feasts every weekend in February.
Sydney's outdoor bed cinema is back.
Cadenza Floral Cafe
211 Pacific Highway, North Sydney
A North Sydney cafe serving up extravagant Korean brunch fare in a preserved flower store.
100 Miller Street, North Sydney
A North Sydney cafe from the team behind The Grounds of Alexandria.
Dopa Don and Milk Bar
Shop 5-6, 2 Little Hay Street, Darling Square
A Japanese take on the classic Aussie milk bar by the Devon team.
2–8 Weston Street, Balmain East
Balmain's historic Fenwick building is now a harbourside cafe and gallery space.
Cherry Moon General Store
77 Nelson Street, Annandale
A cafe, general stores and woodfired bakery in Annandale.
100 Mount Street, North Sydney
North Sydney's new go-to for Mecca Coffee, Brickfields Pastries and Brooklyn Boy Bagels.
Gotcha Fresh Tea
Shop 3 World Square, 117 Liverpool Street, Sydney
Melbourne's luxe bubble tea chain serving up teas with everything from charcoal and cumquat to collagen and even cheese foam.
Terra Cotta Roasters
74-80 Ivy Street, Darlington
This Darlington cafe has all-you-can-drink batch and cold brew coffee for all.
The Good Place
Level 4, Westfield Sydney, Kingsway, Miranda
An all-day diner that's completely gluten-free.
230 Victoria Street, Ashfield
A parkside cafe with a picnic-appropriate menu and A-plus coffee.
Shop 2, DUO Central Park, 1 Chippendale Way, Chippendale
This Central Park spot is dedicated entirely to Greek doughnuts.
3 Centenary Drive, Mosman
This century-old lower north shore rowing club has reopened as a cafe and bar.
Industry Beans York St
40 York Street, Sydney
The Melbourne coffee pioneer has brought its famed bubble tea-like cold brews to Sydney.
131 Wilson Street, Newtown
This cafe in the backstreets of Newtown is serving up stellar (and affordable) brunch dishes.
XS Espresso Bondi
99 Hall Street, Bondi
The decadent dessert chain has opened its fourth treat-filled cafe.
The Marshmallow Co.
Hely Street, Wyong
A dessert bar with more than 25 homemade marshmallow flavours located in a historic Wyong building.
355 Liverpool Road, Ashfield
This Ashfield cafe and miso shop serves up Japanese brunches and fluffy matcha pancakes.
Went to See the Gypsy
Shop 1, 76 Mitchell Road, Alexandria
An Alexandria specialty coffee hot-spot with a state-of-the-art brew bar, salted pistachio espressos and food by an ex-Cho Cho San chef.
The Gardens by Lotus
Chinese Garden Of Friendship, Corner Pier And Harbour Streets, Darling Harbour
This teahouse in the Chinese Garden of Friendship serves dumplings and tea during the day before switching to a Sichuan menu at night.
1 Martin Place, Sydney
This new CBD spot combines all-day eating, an ex-Mecca chef and serious support for those in need.