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With greyhounds up for adoption and a slew of gravy-heavy dishes to enjoy.
A weekly Sunday feast hosted in Paramount Recreation Club's lush rooftop garden.
Feast on Sri Lanka's famed spicy crab curry, dhal and sambol once a month at this award-winning Sydney restaurant.
Coming to Australia for the first time, this exhibit features 200 original objects from the 'Star Wars' series.
The NGV will host a huge exhibition of China's terracotta warriors this winter.
Featuring over 150 haute couture pieces from some of the world's most iconic fashion houses.
Haldon Street comes alive with nightly street-side stalls serving camel burgers and Lebanese coffee until 2am.
The burger joint is slinging free cheeseburgers at its six stores to celebrate International Burger Day.
Your midweek excuse for hot melted cheese and matching wines.
The Art Gallery of NSW will stay open late for live music and drinks for the three Wednesdays during Vivid.
Rave bingo is rolling in town — start your stretching, stat.
Play James Halliday for an evening.
Have a wine and plan your escape at the launch of Australia's largest new escape room complex.
Sip wine, eat cheese, make ceramics.
Sip premium wines backdropped by the city's best views.
The indoor market dedicated to women's fashion is back.
Exercise and drinking combine for this wine-tasting fun run.
Turn sad, soggy veggies into hearty stocks and pickled delights.
Take a look at why fungi are the most undervalued and unexplained organisms ever.
The Duke of Enmore
148 Enmore Road, Enmore
This new-look Enmore Road mainstay is serving up next-level pub grub and natural wines.
Corretto Dee Why
Shop 1/24 The Strand, Dee Why
An all-day diner located a stone's throw from the beach in northern Sydney.
3 Centenary Drive, Mosman
This century-old lower north shore rowing club has reopened as a cafe and bar.
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.
Atomic Press Cafe
UNSW Bookshop, UNSW Kensington Campus, High Street, Kensington
A pastel coffee haven hidden within UNSW's bookshop.
612-622 King Street, Erskineville
An inner west cafe serving up Middle Eastern-inspired vegan brunch fare, Arabic coffee and kombucha on tap.
283 Bondi Road, Bondi
An Italian eatery helmed by Pinbone's Mike Eggert and Rockpool's Khan Danis and located inside the Royal Bondi.
359 Crown Street, Surry Hills
With the ex-head chef of Fratelli Paradiso in the kitchen and gun bartender Grazia Di Franco behind the bar you could easily spend all day here.
El Camino Cantina Manly
Manly Wharf Rooftop, West Esplanade, Manly
A colourful rooftop Tex-Mex joint in Manly with giant cocktails and a cactus garden.
Sake Restaurant and Bar Manly
Level One, Manly Wharf, West Esplanade, Manly
A breezy indoor-outdoor Japanese diner with views out over Manly Cove.
Rosa Cienfuegos Tamaleria & Mexican Deli
463 Marrickville Road, Dulwich Hill
A Dulwich Hill hole-in-the-wall serving some of Sydney's best tacos and tamales.
Woolwich Pier Hotel
2 Gale Street, Woolwich
This long-standing lower north shore pub has been given new interiors, but kept its wraparound balcony and chicken pot pie.
Salt Meats Cheese Cronulla
Shop 1, 66–70 Cronulla Street, Cronulla
The Italian chain has opened its first outpost in The Shire.
Bills Surry Hills
The Crown Street breakfast institution has relocated — and while it's just moved next door, it's scored an updated menu and look.
19 Rialto Lane, Manly
A beachside bakehouse and specialty coffee shop from the guys behind Showbox Coffee and Butter Boy Bake.
1 Birdwood Avenue, Lane Cove
A lush restaurant and spritz bar on the lower north shore.
Fratelli Fresh Darling Harbour
14 Darling Drive, Sydney
This Darling Harbour mega venue has a dessert bar, a wine shop, a Campari bar and a waterfront beer garden.
20 Ashbrookes Road, Mount White
The Central Coast's stunning bush restaurant and bakehouse.
Mark + Vinny's
38/52 Waterloo Street, Surry Hills
It's not all about neon spaghetti at this new Surry Hills restaurant.
The Potager Mount Tomah
Bells Line Of Road, Mount Tomah
A hidden cafe up in the Blue Mountains with a view worth road tripping for.