Where to stay in one of Australia's most popular holiday destinations.
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A moody wine bar with a Portuguese edge.
Mud serves coffee and cake on its stunning handcrafted ceramics in Double Bay.
Inside the InterContinental at Double Bay there is a sleek, swanky gin bar.
The Malouf brothers’ vast pub, where Tony Abbott once skolled a beer on the rooftop.
This Darlinghurst fish joint hooks them in with a new location in the east.
An eastern suburbs destination pub with multiple bars and that famous fig tree.
Authentic Italian, direct from Naples.
A classy, French-inspired wine bar.
An elegant stationery shop with a nostalgic touch.
A Double Bay restaurant with a Mediterranean leaning.
A unique trove of international labels.
One of the best-looking bookshops in Sydney, hands down. It’s all high ceilings, linen-clad locals and the best in contemporary fiction, cookbooks and political science.
Grass fed, free-range beef delivered fresh from rural NSW and sold by the people who farm it.
A favourite with A-listers, thanks to its knack for combining French chic with New York street style.
A Brazilian barbeque joint in Double Bay.
A private island party with coconut cocktails, floating on the harbour.
Quirky and eclectic ready-to-wear pieces from Italy.
Izakaya dining in Double Bay.
Little Jean livens up Kiaora Road with house-baked pastries and seasonal market produce.