Once the home of Paramount Pictures in the 1940s, the Golden age now comes complete with a mini cinema (seats 60) and a bar. The venue is art deco inspired that holds communal and individual tables. The menu is movie
The best way to spend a Friday Night in winter is at one of the many hidden bars in Sydney. Prohibition may be long gone, but the extravagance and secretive spirit of the 1920s is still thriving..A crowd favourite is
Every wednesday the art gallery of NSW stays open late for art after hours. Art After Hours showcases something different each wednesday from live music, lectures, celebrity talks, drawing workshops, film screenings and
This revolving restaurant has the best 360 panomrama views of Syndey with the best time to go just before sunset so you can experience light into the night and see Sydney both from a daylight and nightlife perspective.
Zeta Bar isn't the kind of place you can turn up in shorts and thongs. Think luxe glamour in the heart of the city. The type of place you bring out-of-towners when you want to show-off the beautiful city you live in.
Frankie's has it all - pizza, booze, live music and a killer atmosphere, all mushed together in this part dive-bar, part tacky Italian restaurant, part saloon that constantly pumps out the good times. If it sounds like a
O bar and dining (which used to be orbit bar) gives one of the best vantage points in sydney for viewing the City lights and the sydney harbour bridge. Sipping cocktails with the view from O bar is sure to impress anyone
Harry's cafe de wheels at woolloomooloo is as big a bloody part of Australian (well sydney's) food culture as meat pies ...which is just what they happen to do best. How grouse is that?! The Tiger isn't an animal but the
Fresh and delicious the Goats Yoghurt Sorbet with Strawberries, Pomegranate, and gold Pistachio is the perfect way to finish your dining experience at Nomad. It's beautifully plated so it looks devine and tastes even
Hidden streets back from the main drag of Kings Cross is a red curtain hiding some stairs leadding down to a small entertaining spaec where comedy is held. The small darkened room has all the feeling of a 1910's era
The Frangelico affogato at the Sugaroom, Pyrmont combines the after dinner drink and desert together in one delicious cost effective serve of taste bud tantalising delight!Featuring a generous shot of Frangelico, 2
Firedoor is a Surry Hills restaurant creating big waves in the foodie industry. The thing that sets these guys behind from other restaurants is their use of fire in the cooking process - it's the fuel for the fire and,
The Royal rooftop is the place in paddington to watch the sunset and one of the best places to see sydney in all its glory while having a drink. Walk in through the public bar at fiveways and get the lift up to level 2
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.
After a long night of being out in town, drop by Passion Flower to try a range of interesting treats. Not only does it serve tasty and unique ice cream flavours such as black sesame, green tea and sticky rice, they also
Doyles in Watsons Bay has everything that you need and more when it comes to cocktails and seafood - a delicious selection of cocktails, fresh produce and beautiful waterfront views overlooking Sydney Harbour. The
Dudley Page Reserve is probably boasts the most beautiful view in Sydney, Seriously this parks view of the city, Harbour Bridge and Opera House is extremely hard to beat. Located in Dover Heights, the Dudley Page Reserve
Since 2006 Comedy on EDGE has been entertaining audiences all over Sydney. Putting on high quality comedy events & event packages. Reviewed as one of the hottest comedy shows in Sydney, its best not to missAt 7:30pm