Your day just got a whole lot tastier.
A wheel of gooey, stretchy cheese served from oven to table.
$2 espressos in the afternoon, European share plates in the evening.
A new pasta dish, every single week, plus Negronis and Aperol Spritzes on tap.
Sydney's first dedicated hummus bar.
Hoppers, curry, sambol, wine and a slick design.
The menu is ever-changing, but you can always expect to find fresh oysters and pasta at this European eatery. Plus there’s complimentary house-made bread.
Sushi that won't break the bank.
This corner art deco space houses an opulent eatery with a petite, dreamlike basement dining room.
Cheap pork-katsu sangas, “sort-of-poke bowls” and Single-O brews.
Italian that starts with a boozy breakfast.
Where Bill Granger first made a name for himself.
A carefully considered hole-in-the-wall cafe.
A busy hole-in-the-wall cafe.
There’s plenty of gin and community pride at this Darlinghurst institution.
Italian food, drinks and hip-hop served until 3am. Yes.
An intimate vibe and 300-strong wine list make this one a date-night home run.
A Miami Vice themed bar with an appropriately tropical cocktail menu to match.
A charming exposed-brick boozer complete with rooftop garden.
No sign, no fancy cocktails, but lots of locals at this Oxford Street hideaway.
It stocks 150 plant varieties – the majority of which are indoor and shade-friendly. And if you’re lacking a green thumb, it’ll help you keep your new purchases thriving.
Sydney’s most popular gelato.
The first non-European outposts of the renowned Italian gelati chain.
The house of paper and printed words on Oxford Street.
A petite, eclectic boutique curated with a sense of fun.
A lovingly curated DVD rental store in Darlinghurst.
The best place to experience Sydney's thriving small bar culture.
Get your dinner on.
The area might best be known for its nightlife, but it has plenty to offer before sunset, too.
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