May has become one of the most exciting months of Australia’s culinary calendar thanks to the massive dining program that aims to celebrate The Australian Financial Review’s Australia’s Top Restaurants presented by Qantas, highlighting the best of the best with exclusive events and special offers in each state set to showcase what makes this country’s dining scene one of the best, and most diverse, in the world. We have gone through the stacked program for each state and bring you five (or less) of our top picks for each state for you to get across now that the program is in full swing! For a full list of the top 100 restaurants click HERE... Read More | Share it now!
Tomorrow, May 5th, will bring Cinco de Mayo around once again, celebrating Mexican culture around the world, and you can be sure some of Sydney’s best are getting involved with various specials, events, and more. We’ve put together a guide for the best happenings in Sydney tomorrow so get across these and you’ll soon be finding yourself full of tacos, burritos, Tequila, Mezcal, and just general festive joy.... Read More | Share it now!
One of Perth’s unmissable food events is back as Taste of Perth will take place from April 29th to May 1st. Over these short three days, some of Perth’s greatest restauranteurs, of such places as Bib and Tucker, Bistro Guillaume and Manuke Woodfire Kitchen, will create 3-4 signature dishes in ‘taste’ sized portions starting from only 46 each, allowing you to shape your dream tasting menu and try a diverse range of cuisines. In between these tastings, a plethora of culinary events and attractions will take place giving you to get a taste of the best that Perth food scene has to offer. The event promises to be bigger and better than ever, so whether you’re a first time or returning attendee, we thought we would guide you through some of the ‘not to be missed’ events this year which will all take place at Langely Park.... Read More | Share it now!
20th April marks the official 420 Day, AKA National Weed Day, and seeing as really unhealthy, excellent food and marijuana has been forever linked there are unsurprisingly a few specials going around Sydney for today. We, of course, have Newtown’s brand new D’Munchies stoner cafe, as well as local favourites like Butter in Surry Hills, Burgers by Josh in Annandale, and Milk Bar by Cafe Ish in Redfern creating some limited edition exclusives to celebrate stoners the world over. ... Read More | Share it now!
Our national day of remembrance is upon us once again, and as Sydney prepares to commemorate the ANZACs with its annual ceremony on 25th April 2016, we’ve looked to some of the city’s most loved hotels and pubs to put together this list of seven essential events celebrating the memory of our fallen soldiers.... Read More | Share it now!
One of the most anticipated holidays of the year, Easter, is coming this weekend, and even for those who aren’t big on the reason behind this faithful day, it’s hard not to embrace the extended weekend and penchant for spreading chocolate throughout the city with open arms, but there’s so much more than just chocolate to eat around Sydney this Easter. You’ll be doing just that this weekend if you follow the below, with pop-ups and exclusive weekend-only specials across the city.... Read More | Share it now!
There are some very big things going down in Sydney this weekend, with the most super-sized being the start of The 20th Biennale of Sydney. So much mind-bending, challenging activities and art exhibitions will be spread across seven Sydney venues fashioned as “Embassies of Thought”; it’s a packed program with something for pretty much everyone so first and foremost we suggest heading heading out Cockatoo Island (one of the Embassies of Thought) and exploring that before you spread out your Biennale binge over it’s duration (until 5th June). Other than that, there’s a big burger showdown going on at Barangaroo, the ol’ Brewery Yard Markets down at Central Park, the Coogee Foreshore Festival, and more.... Read More | Share it now!
This heat isn’t going anywhere, which is perfect since A Moveable Feast will be making it’s long awaited debut on Bondi Beach this Saturday, adding to the rich stock of events happening around the city that also include four-day food and drink festival Taste of Sydney, a heap of events as part of Spectrum Now, and even a roller disco dedicated entirely to the memory of David Bowie. ... Read More | Share it now!
It’s the first weekend of autumn for 2016 but that doesn’t mean the carefree summer nights are going anyway. Just two days ago it was reported that March will be mostly hot, leaving a traditional autumn to start sometime in April instead. It’s good news for Sydneysiders, especially those heading out this week since there are quite a few big outdoor events that could use the extra stretch of summer, particularly the massive Mardi Gras parade and it’s resulting after party. Here are some of our top picks for this weekend so get those to-do lists out and start planning.... Read More | Share it now!