Get a pizza this
Cicciabella Bondi and Parramatta are fantastic places to dine any day of the week – but on Tuesdays they’re an even better shout, thanks to their $30 all-you-can-eat pizza deal. You have two hours to scoff as many pizzas as you want (or can). Options include margherita, pepperoni, and broccoli and sausage. It’s also doing $20 carafes of wine, or one litre for $40.

A treat for the senses
Throughout April and May The Star is hosting Indulgence – what it’s calling a “festival for the senses” – with limited-edition menus and sensory experiences across its restaurants and spa. Highlights include a treatment ($280) at the Darling Spa soundtracked by musician Cam Avery (Tame Impala, Pond); a dining experience at Black Bar & Grill, which will be decked out in magnolias by florist Doctor Cooper; and drinks trolleys at Black (whisky cocktails and nips), Flying Fish (Vodka Martinis) and Sokyo (Japanese whisky flights and Suntory Old Fashioneds). Until May 31.

Celebrate your local bowlo
Two Sydneysiders – and lawn bowls fans – have launched Bowlo Beer, a brand that celebrates the humble bowlo. Its Bowlo Draught, a 4.2 per cent lager made from all-Aussie ingredients, is the perfect brew for knocking back on the green. It’s available on tap in bowlos such as Bondi Bowling Club, Marrickville Bowling & Recreation Club and Moorefield Bowling & Sports. Plus, Bowlo Beer has set up a grant that will disperse funds to select bowlos to help keep them thriving.

Socal, so cool
Neutral Bay southern-California-inspired diner Socal has scored itself a new head chef, Aurelian Girault (ex-Nour, Employees Only). He’s teamed up with ex-Chin Chin Sydney executive chef Graeme Hunt to craft a new menu of share-style plates. There are nine taco options – including a soft-shell crab version and a chip-butty taco (with shoestring fries, mole and mayo) – as well as quesadillas, tuna tostada and jerk-chicken thigh cutlets.

Last-minute long lunch
A huge long lunch is taking over the waterfront at the Sydney International Regatta Centre in Castlereagh, near Penrith, this Saturday, April 24. Musos such as Sneaky Sound System, Thirsty Merc and Suite Az will perform as revellers drink, dine and dance. There’ll be food stalls from the likes of Checho’s, as well as plenty of beer, seltzer and Hunter Valley wine. And if you’ve been hanging onto your Discover vouchers for something special, you can cash yours in towards the price of your ticket to the Lakeside Long Lunch.