There’s a new menu at Greek restaurant 1821 you need to try

1821 Greek restaurant Sydney restaurant

For those of you who couldn’t make it to Mykonos right now, 1821 is offering a new Greek menu that will transport your taste buds there instead. Located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, 1821 combines all the best things about Greek food with a modern Australian twist, blending the two worlds together perfectly. The best […]

Complete your dapper look with new shoes by Oscar Hunt Tailors

Oscar Hunt Brogue Brown tying shoe laces

Oscar Hunt know menswear, style, and all things tailoring, so when they announce that they now do shoes, if you’re in the market for looking sharp, then this is for you. Oscar Hunt co-owner and managing director Chris Edwards said that shoes were a natural progression for the brand. “We focus on delivering a concierge-style […]

Be a wine pro with the ultimate list of wines to try

White wine chardonnay

Wine, wine everywhere and oh god what a lot to drink. We’re big fans of wine here, but have you ever wondered what it means to ‘taste’ wine? Aside from purely pouring it down your neck, wine requires somewhat of a degree of talent to appreciate, a refined palette to identify and a few years of […]

Where to celebrate the Italian food & wine festival in Sydney

Italian food wine festival Sydney gnocchi

This month, everything that’s good about eating and drinking in Italy comes together under one roof with the Italian Wine and Food Festival in Sydney. From 11-9pm on Sunday 27 August, Sydney’s top Italian chefs are turning out in force to make it a day to remember, with much-loved locals Giovanni Pilu (Pilu at Freshwater), Lucio Galletto (Lucio’s), Federico Zanellato (LuMi), Stefano […]

Mrs Sippy throws a Winter Soirée with Veuve Cliquot

Mrs Sippy Double Bay Veuve Cliquot champagne party winter soiree party 1

Good music, great champagne and a stunning setting are all that’s needed to throw a winter soiree if Veuve Cliquot and Sydney’s latest Double Bay-based hot spot, Mrs Sippy have anything to do with it. Proof’s in the pudding as plentiful guests descended on the Double Bay hotspot where free-flowing champagne and delicious canapés awaited […]

New hot spot restaurant Husk & Vine opens in Parramatta

Husk & Vine Kitchen and Bar 6

When people think of Parramatta, they don’t often associate it with fine dining and great food. This is about to change. Husk & Vine Resturant is the latest addition to the new multi-billion dollar revamp of Parramatta City and it’s here to shake things up a bit out west. Located just below the new 5-star […]

Why ‘the Fountain’ in Potts Point has taken on a whole new meaning

Fountain cafe Potts Point sydney sweet corn fritters food

If there’s one thing to know about Potts Point in Sydney (other than the fact the Government has systematically sucked the life out of the city’s once bustling region) is that the water ball fountain is synonymous with the area. It’s seen some things, that’s for sure. But just next to, going by the same […]

Decorate your walls with your favourite city using Modern Map Art

Modern Map Art Melbourne

Choosing what to hang on your walls is hard. Will the colours work? Will the design complement or ruin your room’s aesthetic? How big should the thing be that’s hanging off your wall? The questions are endless, but at least by using an art provider like Modern Map Art, you’ll have one element sorted – […]

If you love dogs then the Dogs Lovers’ Show this weekend is for you

Sydney Dog Lovers Show Dr Katrina and Wonderdogs Pyramid

The fourth annual Dog Lovers’ Show is this weekend in Sydney, which is every dog lovers’ chance to meet and snuggle with over 100 different breeds, see feats of doggie agility, meet rescue pooches looking for their fur-ever homes, and of course, see some Australia’s most pooch-loving celebrities. Ho-ly-shit. All sorts of variations of listers from Sydney […]

Madama Butterfly is flying away and it’s sad

Opera Australia Madama Butterfly 1

Madama Butterfly, one of the easiest operas to watch for the newcomer and one of the most classic love stories of all time by Puccini is fluttering away. Director Moffatt Oxenbould’s magnificent production is being a last hurrah with a final two-week season at the Capitol Theatre in October. Premiering in 1997 this production of […]

Eat for a good purpose at the Streets of Barangaroo

12 Micron Barangaroo Sydney THE F food 13

Throughout August, The Streets of Barangaroo hosts a series of exclusive dining experiences for its monthlong Eats on The Streets event. In partnership with OZHARVEST, each participating restaurant is donating 10% of all proceeds to the food rescue charity. These are the places you need to go… Winter Produce Dinner at 12-Micron 12-Micron celebrates the […]

The oyster festival is on at The Morrison and you need to go

Oyster festival Morrison SYdney

The oyster obsession in Sydney is all year round and The Morrison have got you covered this month. In its 5th year, the annual Oyster Festival is back and it’s delivering oysters in more ways than one. Raw oysters, oysters with a splash of whiskey, and chef Sean Connolly’s personal favourite – beer battered oysters […]