Where to stay in one of Australia's most popular holiday destinations.
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A moody wine bar with a Portuguese edge.
Inside the InterContinental at Double Bay there is a sleek, swanky gin bar.
Mud serves coffee and cake on its stunning handcrafted ceramics in Double Bay.
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.
An eastern suburbs destination pub with multiple bars and that famous fig tree.
Authentic Italian, direct from Naples.
An elegant stationery shop with a nostalgic touch.
A classy, French-inspired wine bar.
The Malouf brothers’ vast pub, where Tony Abbott once skolled a beer on the rooftop.
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.
A Double Bay restaurant with a Mediterranean leaning.
This Darlinghurst fish joint hooks them in with a new location in the east.
Quirky and eclectic ready-to-wear pieces from Italy.
A unique trove of international labels.
Izakaya dining in Double Bay.
Little Jean livens up Kiaora Road with house-baked pastries and seasonal market produce.