Rood Food is back in Sydney: Priscilla’s revives the dinnertime favourite

Penis dessert Imperial

It was back in 2018 that the girls at the Imperial Erskineville in Sydney’s inner-west brought out their finest foods and roodest ‘toods for the entertainment of a packed room of diners. Then Covid; but now, we’re back! The Imperial Erskineville’s award-winning Priscilla’s restaurant has announced the return of Rood Food, a seductively designed X-Rated […]

Celebrate World Chocolate Day with limited-edition lamingtons from Koko Black x Tokyo Lamington

Koko Black lamingtons

Could there be a better way to celebrate World Chocolate Day than with a packet of limited-edition lamingtons from Koko Black and Tokyo Lamington? All we can say is, thank you, thank you, thank you for bringing this incredibly decadent offering to chocolate lovers for one day only.  One of Australia’s favourite chocolate brands, Koko […]

Everything old is new again, like drive-in cinemas

EQ drive in cinema

If there is a bright side to the pandemic, it would be the fact that old-fashioned drive-in cinemas are back on the radar.  With traditional movie cinemas closing their doors during the height of the pandemic, we saw a resurgence of fun in the form of pop-up drive-in cinemas in the strangest places, such as […]

Vitable is your own customised vitamin regimen – all from home

Vitamins

You’re in the pharmacy: 250 fish oil capsules, a bottle of daily B12 pills, some magnesium for regular functioning and a couple of months’ worth of vitamin C. The total? Bankrupting. We’ve all been there and if we want any semblance of normal health, it won’t be the last time. Or, will it? Enter Vitable, […]

Anna Polyviou’s famous cookie dough is back and we’re so happy about it

Anna Polyviou cookie dough

Chargrill Charlie’s and the ‘Punk Princess of Pastry’, Anna Polyviou have joined forces once again for the latest instalment of ‘Local Flavours’, a community initiative assisting chefs and businesses during the COVID-19 government restrictions.  As a result of the restrictions, many hospitality workers and businesses have felt the brunt of the crisis as venues have […]

Saturday night done right: Poof Doof is streaming this weekend from Sydney

Poof Doof drag gay

Gay or not, we’re all bored and we all love a camp night out. Poof Doof to the rescue. From Sydney, the weekly gay-splosion from Sydney’s ivy right in the middle of the city will take to your screens at home, bringing you the best of gay Australia right to your living room. It will […]

Glamourous Basement Steakhouse The Cut Serves Up Elevated, Yet Accessible Fare

Cut Steakhouse London 1

Not immediately visible to the untrained eye, beneath the surface of The Rocks in Sydney lies a sophisticated underground steakhouse that doubles as a speakeasy come nighttime. Located on Argyle street, The Cut serves Australian meat and seafood in a refurbished space; designed by Luchetti Krelle, the bar and restaurant draws upon the building’s colonial […]

Hustle Boxing Sydney – the fitness studio for the everyday hustler

Hustle boxing

Hustle Boxing is new to Sydney, encouraging quality routines for the slightly nervous, right in the middle of Sydney’s LA-style exercise hub in Potts Point. The product of Simon Maree and Tim McGann, it’s all about technical boxing meets full-body conditioning where you’ll “build a boxer’s body with a champion’s mindset”, as they say. With […]