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48 Womerah Avenue, Darlinghurst
Swap energy drinks for kombucha and red frogs for sourdough at this Darlinghurst corner store.
185 Campbell Street, Surry Hills
Try a variety of kimchi, browse wares from local Korean designers or sit down for a hearty brunch at this new Surry Hills cafe-deli.
2 Springfield Avenue, Potts Point
A dog-friendly, Brooklyn-style pizza shop with leafy courtyard digs and a dedicated dog menu.
191-195 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst
The Chippendale nightclub has moved to Darlinghurst and swapped the dance floors and neon lights for natural wines and pastel hues.
69 Abercrombie Street, Chippendale
This corner eatery brings "Korean soul food" and soju cocktails to Chippendale.
286 Campbell Parade, North Bondi
Find cafe classics, vegan treats and breakfast cocktails walking distance of the beach at this new eastern suburbs spot.
153 Macquarie Street, Parramatta
An ex-Mr Wong chef is whipping up tom yum dumplings and black garlic mie goreng at this neon-lit Parramatta restaurant.
The Growers Shoalhaven
131 Greenwell Point Road, Worrigee
Next time you're driving through Shoalhaven, stop for pulled pork empanadas or a cauliflower burger at this 450-seat indoor-outdoor restaurant.
266 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach
This Baja Peninsula-inspired North Bondi restaurant is from the team behind Taqiza and Carbon.
Ciccia Bella Parramatta Square
An Italian diner in Parramatta Square by Icebergs' Maurice Terzini.
1 Temperance Lane, Sydney
The Tequila Mockingbird team's two-storey Mexican restaurant is home to Australia's biggest collection of premium tequila and mezcal.
338 Oxford Street, Paddington
The Surry Hills institution has relocated to Oxford Street.
North Sandwiches Cafe
2 Bridge Street, Sydney
An unassuming lunch bar feeding hungry CBD workers.
Toastiesmith - Darling Square
1 Little Pier Street, Haymarket
A cafe dishing up Korean-style sangas and house-made sodas.
28 Kensington Street, Chippendale
Sydney's favourite doughnut joint has a new little sister that'll fulfill your post-Spice Alley dessert cravings.
High Hopes Roadhouse
2488 Bells Line Of Road, Bilpin
This country diner in Bilpin is run by famed Sydney chef Sean Moran and his partner Michael 'Manoo' Robertson.
20 Chapel Street, Marrickville
A farm-to-table cafe has opened inside a Marrickville loading dock.
60 Carrington Street, Sydney
This CBD cafe is here for your morning croissants, lunchtime bubbles and caffeine afternoon pick-me-ups.
Grosvenor Place, 225 George Street, Sydney
A new CBD bakery with flaky croissants, towering cakes and savoury pies.
436 Victoria Avenue, Chatswood
The lower north shore's toastie cafe offers up Korean-style sangas and house-made sodas.