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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.
Glitter and grand slams combine in this energetic rom-com, which defies the trope of tragic queer stories.
Guzman y Gomez is celebrating the opening of its Chatswood store with seven hours of cheap burritos.
Grab a limited-edition Hokkaido cheesecake and explore a supernatural Japanese artwork at this one-night event.
The architecture of one of our most loved buildings will be transformed by colour for six months.
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.
A monthly lunch series with live tunes and stunning harbour views.
This Surry Hills favourite is doing $39.50 yum cha feasts every weekend in February.
The Art Gallery of NSW's summer exhibition will showcase the works of two monumental Japanese artists: Takashi Murakami and Katsushika Hokusai.
Sydney's outdoor bed cinema is back.
The famous artists will feature in the National Gallery of Australia's latest exhibition.
Dive into a festival filled with sea-focused cinema.
269 Macquarie Street, Liverpool
Two chefs that helped renew the Banksia Hotel with Colin Fassnidge have given this Liverpool pub a new menu.
2-4 College Street, Sydney
Pioneering vegan yum cha and pan-Asian cuisine.
111 George Street, Parramatta
Lebanese-inspired cafe fare, quality coffee and inventive drinks in Parramatta.
Platia Greek Taverna
109-129 Blaxland Road, Ryde
Greek fare on the north shore.
The Wooden Whisk
Shop 7 & 8, 38-46 Albany Street, St Leonards
With restaurant-quality food at cafe prices, The Wooden Whisk has whipped St Leonards into a food frenzy.
Fix Wine Bar + Restaurant
111 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
Delicious wine and vino dedication in the heart of the city.
Down N' Out Castle Hill
250 Old Northern Road, Castle Hill
Sydney's In-N-Out-inspired burger joint heads to The Hills.
2B Mona Road, Darling Point
Pleasant Italian fare in a friendly atmosphere.
15 Goulburn Street, Haymarket
One of the few places in Sydney where you can get exceptional Malaysian hawker food at an authentic price.
Small Bar + Kitchen
Shop 1, 1-3 Broughton Street, Kirribilli
Small Bar + Kitchen marks a hat-trick of lively wine bars, big on flavour, however small in size.
Wolfpack Coffee Roasters
10 Edwin Street, Mortlake
Sip supremely fresh coffee at this Mortlake cafe, which roasts its own on-site.
Ripples Milsons Point
Olympic Drive, Milsons Point
One of those rarefied locations that is quintessentially Sydney without losing its soul to the tourist trade.
5/310-330 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction
Minimalist delicacy weaves its way through the menu and décor of this Japanese haunt.
Al Carbon Food Truck
Sydney Harbour, Sydney
North Mexican-style tacos and Sonoran hot dogs, if you can catch 'em.
2A Oxford Street, Woollahra
A Spanish tapas bar in an unexpected location.
188 Pitt Street, Sydney
In a city not short on a bowl of ramen, this soupy joint stands out from the crowd.
292 Bondi Road, Bondi
The Bondi favourite has had a makeover.
61 Erskineville Road, Sydney
Perhaps the phrase 'Jack of all trades, master of none' only applies in the Western world, because Kuki Tanuki does many things and does them all with flair.
Icebergs Dining Room and Bar
1 Notts Avenue, Bondi Beach
Waterside food and views worth a million bucks.
Street Market Asian Tapas
Shop 3/12 Fitzroy Street, Kirribilli
Make your way into the sensory celebration that is Street Market.