Once a grungy bottle-shop drive-through, now a pasta-slinging disco diner by Merivale and Pinbone.

Of all the places to expand in Sydney, Enmore’s popular cafe, Black Market Roasters, has settled on Thirroul. With a population of 6000 (and barely any good roasters), it’s on the money.

A peanut butter bar takes on Leichhardt with an “indulgent wellness” theme. It’s all about the flowing peanut butter tap.

Nothing stirs the appetite quite like a festival dedicated to our favourite molluscs: oysters.

Vegetable master Adam Wolfers (the former head chef at Yellow) is hosting a Jewish-Hungarian takeover at The Gretz.

To unlock the magic of Northern Indian food, look past “curry” to discover slow-cooked goat on the bone, daal makhni (black lentils), jeera rice, and ginger and lemon soda.

Love Tilly Devine has reopened with a new look, updated menu and fresh wine list.

[Opening later this year on Penrith’s main drag, Mr Watkins will be themed like the library of a 17th century explorer, who happens to have panache for hot dogs and wine.

Melbourne Cup is around the corner. And we can’t let Melburnians have all the fun. Here are the best lunch parties in Sydney.