Food on the move
Ozharvest’s meal-delivery service Harvest Bites is marking its first anniversary with the release of a new range of meal kits, as well as the launch of fresh produce boxes and pantry products. From each meal delivery, Ozharvest will be able to serve 40 meals to those experiencing food insecurity. There’s a different guest chef prepping a heat-and-eat meal each week, with this round’s talent including chefs from Rockpool Bar & Grill, Kepos Street Kitchen, Ho Jiak and ex-Chin Chin head chef Graeme Hunt. Meals are delivered on Mondays and cost from $69.

Ramen dreams
Potts Point Japanese diner Cho Cho San is bringing back its much-loved ramen for May – but it’s not going to be easy to get. It’ll be available from 5pm to 6pm Monday to Thursday, and you’ll have just 45 minutes in which to eat it. The ramen – made with a chicken-bone and ginger-based broth topped with noodles, chicken breast, mushrooms and soy-marinated egg – will cost $30, which also includes a Sapporo beer, highball or serve of sake.

Wave hello
A slick pop-up store is opening in Bondi Beach for one weekend only. On May 8 and 9 Wave Relic will slot into 97 Hall Street, Bondi. It’s a collaboration between New York artist Daniel Arsham, Sydney surfboard company Haydenshapes and Californian menswear brand Stampd. In store, find a special range of surfboards designed by Arsham and Haydenshapes that are made with quartz and selenite, alongside an accompanying capsule collection from Stampd, IWC Schaffhausen timepieces, books and accessories. Also on display will be a non-functional surfboard (available to purchase), made from solid clear resin. And guests can participate in fin-casting sessions ($25) using upcycled foam waste.

A slice of life (and pizza)
What’s better than a slice of cheesy Neapolitan-style pizza? Unlimited slices of cheesy Neapolitan-style pizza. From 5pm every Thursday at Secolo Dining get two hours of all-you-can eat pizza, as well as a side salad and ricotta cannoli for dessert. Plus, it’s doing $12 Negronis and $10 spritzes. Still got a $25 Dine and Discover voucher you need to use? You can cash it in to cover your entire two hours of pizza at Secolo.

Totally wild
If you’ve left mum’s Mother’s Day present to the last minute, may we suggest The Wildlife Retreat at Taronga’s new high tea? Add it on to any stay at the deluxe hotel and zoo experience for $95 and you’ll get a glass of Veuve Clicquot champagne on arrival, unlimited tea and coffee, smoked-salmon bagels with wattleseed crème fraiche, lemon-myrtle scones, house-made profiteroles and more. Plus, you’ll be treated to glorious views of Sydney Harbour, and may spot a resident koala or two as well. The high tea runs all May.