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Where to eat this June Queen’s Birthday long weekend in Sydney

It’s the June long weekend for the Queen’s Birthday, which for most of us means that’s pretty much it til Christmas in terms of long weekends and time off, so making the most of this one is paramount. But, what will you do?

Eat, of course. And this is where to do just that in style…

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CATALINA ROSE BAY

Sydney’s most iconic harbour side restaurant, Catalina in Rose Bay will be open over the June long weekend. Relax and enjoy their exquisite offering, which consists of indulgent mains such as poached marron tail, pork belly ragout with a house-made pasta, seared tuna served very rare and a roasted lamb with autumnal vegetables.

Opening hours:

Friday 9th June – lunch & dinner

Saturday 10th June – lunch & dinner

Sunday 11th June – lunch

Monday 12th June – lunch

DA MARIO

Da Mario is one of Sydney’s leading pizzerias, offering patrons authentic wood-fired pizza and classic Italian food. Their traditional Italian menu includes everything from grilled provolone cheese drizzled in honey and oregano, fresh tagliatelle with pork and veal ragu and parmesan to margarita pizza with prosciutto and wild rocket.

Opening hours:

Friday 9th June – lunch & dinner

Saturday 10th June – lunch & dinner

Sunday 11th June – lunch & dinner

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WILD SAGE

Open from sunrise to sunset Wild Sage is open and serving locals with an extraordinary breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. This must visit restaurant is known for their mouth- watering menu, great ambience and their curated selection of wine, cocktails, smoothies and fresh fruit juices.

Opening hours:

Friday 9th June – breakfast, lunch & dinner

Saturday 10th June – breakfast, lunch & dinner

Sunday 11th June – breakfast, lunch & dinner

Monday 12th June – breakfast, lunch & dinner

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BAR MACHIAVELLI

Bar Machiavelli boasts chic industrial interiors, delightful Italian cuisine and a truly unique dining experience one will not find anywhere else in Sydney.

Be mesmerised by their floor to ceiling projections, delicious cocktail offerings and vibrant bustling – atmosphere, enjoy hand made in venue pasta dishes such as their pappardelle with slow cooked duck ragout along with their famous spaghetti Machiavelli.

Opening hours:

Friday: 6pm bar open to 12am

Saturday: 5pm bar open to 12am

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James Banham is an Australian lifestyle, fashion and entertainment journalist. His writing can be found on these many topics and more in print and online publications around the country.
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