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Sunday Sum-Up: Eight Things That Happened in Sydney This Week

Here's what caught our attention over the last seven days.
By Sarah Ward
July 14, 2019
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    Sunday Sum-Up: Eight Things That Happened in Sydney This Week

    Here's what caught our attention over the last seven days.
    By Sarah Ward
    July 14, 2019
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      • Food & Drink

        Patonga's Boathouse Hotel Has Opened Waterside Accommodation for Your Next Weekend Getaway

        Enjoy vibrant fare from breakfast through dinner, sip frozen watermelon margaritas right on the water and stay overnight.

      • Food & Drink

        Ragazzi Is the CBD's Soon-to-Open Minimal-Intervention Wine and Pasta Bar by the Love, Tilly Devine Crew

        Here, you'll be able to pair a pasta (or two) off the daily-changing menu with one of the 250 bottles of Italian and Australian wine.

      • Food & Drink

        Erskineville's Swanson Hotel Will Finally be Resurrected as the Kurrajong Later This Month

        The team behind Gurdys is bringing the pub back to life with lots of craft beer and good pub grub.

      • Food & Drink

        Double Deuce Lounge Is the New '70s Porn Chic' Underground Bar by the Ramblin' Rascal Crew

        Walk down the illuminated stairs to stroke the furry wall, drink a 'Jungle Boogie' and listen to Curtis Mayfield.

      • Food & Drink

        Messina Is Bringing Back 40 of Its Greatest Gelato Hits for One Weekend This Month

        Jon Snow, Robert Brownie Jnr and Fairy Bread are all making a comeback.

      • Design & Style

        The First Underground Section of Sydney's $16.8-Billion WestConnex Will Open This Weekend

        The M4 Tunnels, from Homebush to Haberfield, will open on Saturday — and tolls will start immediately.

      • Arts & Entertainment

        Sculpture by the Sea Could Leave Bondi After 23 Years of Art Exhibitions

        Organisers of the annual event are at loggerheads with the Waverley Council over the design of a new path — and are currently scoping out alternative coastal locations.

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