A great place to check out for lunch, dinner, weeknight catch-ups or sunday sessions, The Local Taphouse is a short work frrom Paddington, Surry Hills, Moore Park, Taylor Square or even the SCG. They feature a rotating
Darlinghurst, located in Sydney's inner-eastern district, is an historical hub of food, art, museums & cultural experiences. From the chilled out hipster bars & restaurants, to the glitz & glamour of Sydney's Oxford Street during Mardi Gras, This is truly somewhere you can find enough things to do to keep you occupied, for a morning, afternoon & night.
Razorhurst is a historical walking tour set in the 1920's and an interactive game. The walking tour starts at Palmer street at the village hotel which was a favourite haunt of Kate Leigh. Kate Leigh was the brothel
Bloody Mary's in Darlinghurst have come to rescue us all from our Saturday or Sunday mornings with a huge list of Bloody Marys - everything from the classic, to the 'Bloody Hell', a massive Margarita featuring a prawn,
The rolls here are off the hook, it's roast pork crunched up with the crackling included on a bed of vietnamese style salad. The things are mindblowing and it's open stupid late if you get hungry after a big night out.
South Dowling Sandwiches has long had the crown for best sandwiches in Sydney. A small shop on South Dowling Street, they churn out hundreds of delicious bread & filling mountains with speed & ease every weekday &
If you're looking to add an extra layer of fun to your Sunday session, the Beauchamp Hotel in Darlinghurst has a selection of old-school board games you can borrow at any time. They have a bunch - but the best ones
Govindas is a staple of Sydney's dating scene. It's been around for about 15-20 years serving its vegetarian buffet to guests before or after a unique 'first-class' lay-down movie experience. Great food and a the movies
Try the tasting menu at Nomad with an empty stomach, because you're going to get amazing food (think great produce, cooked well - not fancy) and a huge amount of it
Chur burger does great burgers to start with. The pulled pork burger is amazing... With double meat (+$3) it becomes an absolute monster.Get ready to get messy... It's one hell of a burger.
The Belvior Street Theatre, located on Belvoir street in Surry Hills, has long been home to some of Australia's most exciting theatre, written & performed by some of the greatest talent we've produced - including Judy
The winery is one of the top spots in Surry Hill's Crown street to have an afternoon drink. They have both indoor and outdoor seating, but you should definitely grab a spot in their al fresco area if the weather permits.
Open from Wednesday till Saturday, the Object Design centre is not just a great place to check out some shows, installations & exhibits. They curate an amazing & ever-changing collection of pieces available for purchase
Brisbane lost out when the Hughes Gallery (then the Ray Hughes Gallery) moved to Surry Hills in 1988. Since then, the gallery has displayed contemporary works from Australian, Chinese & New Zealand' artists, as well as
Anne Snell's personally selected art from Arnhem Land, The Central Desert, Mornington Island, Tanami desert, Utopia & The Western Desert is an amazing collection of Australian art on a number of different media. Open
The Dolphin is a top spot for dinner, drinks, or an afternoon on the beers with your friends. There's all sorts of spaces - dining rooms, outdoor areas, and a great people-watching spot out the front! The menu is great -