Several of Sydney's villages are getting on the Good Food Month bandwagon with their own events, from Paddo's William Street Festival to Newtown's Good Food Fair. The good folks of Potts Point are inviting you to join them for a small bar hop. You'll spend the evening roaming from one bar to another, sampling signature cocktails, fine wines and craft beers, matched with tasting plates. The first hop is sold out already, but tix are still going for the second. Your adventure will include stops at Jangling Jacks, where the drinks are named after legendary locals, speakeasy-inspired Parson's in leafy Kellett Street and and Waterman's Lobster Co. where the lobster rolls are named according to US states.
Tickets cost $95 and include a drink and a snack at each of the three venues.