Indulge in some floral therapy - join experienced florist Chris Saban as he shows you tips and tricks to style your bouquet. You'll leave with a fond memory and a generous arrangement.See more details and book, or browse
Redfern, in Sydney's inner south, is quickly growing into one of it's coolest urban hubs! From Cleveland Street's pubs, to the cafe-heavy areas of Redfern & Chalmer's streets, there are no shortage of things to do in Redfern!
The James Street Reserve Community Garden is a produce garden with a focus on sustainable living in the inner city. It's supported by the City of Sydney council and local businesses but its the local members that
The "Mega Cleveland" is more than just a burger, it's a conversation starter. It's the burger that has other tables pull out their phones to take some handy snaps and stops passers-by on their way to comment on its
For the uninitiated a Frosé is a frozen rosé. It's basically a rose in slushy form and there's nothing better on a hot Sydney summer day than an ice cold drink. Light on the fizz so you can slam it down fast. A Frosé
I am a massive seafood lover, so going there I had high expectations. My friend and I ordered blue swimmer crab, mussels, lobster fries and giant 32 ounce fishbowl cocktails(it had been a long week at work!). The
Blink and you will miss this place!! Take a walk down Regent Street and you will come across a small run down school cantine looking restaurant! DO NOT WALK PAST! ENTER! You will not be dissapointed, of course you have
Never stop learning- creative classes for curious minds.Workshop runs classes on week nights and throughout the weekend covering a range of topics from watercolour and wine, sourdough baking, terrariums, hula hooping and
The Dock is the coolest kid on the block in Redfern's well-documented small bar scene. Since opening in 2014, Redfern's favourite small bar has been pumping - from Thursday to Sunday the place is packed and it's almost
Arcadia is the latest small bar to jump on the Redfern bandwagon, being described by some of the Sydney blogs as a cross between "a western saloon and a decaying industrial space" - not the nicest comparison, if you ask
Simple is the name of the game at Scout's Honour. Think your traditional sandwich bar with a edgy twist. It's a little hole in the wall sitting on George St and reminds me of a home-style kitchen, complete with a
A hearty winter meal, in a very intimate restaurant located 2 minutes away from Redfern train station. Pappardelle with Slow Braised Lamb is delicious, and very filling - definitely worth the $23.00. If your not very
UPDATE: Sadly, the Bat & Ball is no longer doing all you can eat wings.. however, as a replacement (and a good one at that!) they're doing 'Hot Wings Monday' - where you can get a giant 1kg bucket of hot wings for
A unique blend of Louisiana Crab Shack and Coney Island meet upstairs at The Norfolk. Crabs are served straight in up in paper bags for you to crack, pull and suck to your heart’s content. Bibs are optional, but strongly
At this joint you are encouraged to get messy!Bibbed up and with crab crackers in hand this is definitely one of the most exciting dining experiences that Sydney has to offer!Highly recommended!
Thursday nights they do hillbilly food at the norfolk. It's awesome. Get the chicken + Ribs.