New cafe openings
You’ll find ultra-cheesy toasties and pastrami sangas with 120 grams of meat at this pretty cafe – but they aren’t the only selling points on the menu.
This new Redfern venue is channelling Miami and California in both its food and its decor. Plus you can drink there all day.
Guess who’s back (back again)
An old favourite is returning to the city with fresh salads, an eco-friendly outlook and a “physic garden”.
New food precincts
A brand-new food hub opened on the Central Coast last week. Road trip?
The last two restaurants in this Haymarket dining precinct have finally opened – expect sushi burgers and Malaysian cuisine with Singaporean influences.
And another precinct nearby has announced a further six eateries slated to open in August.
Buy these now
It’s almost Easter, which means we’re busy smashing hot cross buns into our faces at every possible moment. Here are a few of our favourites this year.
Been wondering what’s going to take the place of Fratelli Fresh in Potts Point? Wonder no more – here’s the lowdown.
New drinking opportunities
This bar is quite literally in Town Hall – it’s only open once a week, and you need to register in advance to get in.
Do the environment a solid and pick up a reusable “wine tube” from this inner-west bottle shop.
A suburb in south-east Sydney has scored its first brewery. It’s reggae-inspired and in a former paper warehouse.
Like your empanadas giant and your roast pork sandwich with a satisfying ooze of avo? Check out last week’s Local Knowledge.
The QVB is upping its late-night game with a New York-style supper club that has more than 180 whiskies and gruyere jaffles until 2am.
This new pizza joint is serving pies as delicious as they are giant.
Stuck for where to eat?
Here’s where a bunch of Sydney chefs will be feasting this autumn.
Happy hours and other amazing food deals
A Byron Bay poke seller is heading to Sydney, and giving away free poke bowls to celebrate.
Spend the long weekend at this pub for $2 beers, $5 house wines and hours of music.
Every Thursday night from 6pm, a Woolloomooloo pub is selling oysters so cheap they may as well be free.