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Natural wines, local beers and paper bags of Wapengo oysters make a perfect picnic at dog-watching hour at nearby Camperdown Memorial Rest Park.
At this buzzing charcoal chicken restaurant and takeaway joint, match the smoky Lebanese chook with slushies or Middle-Eastern “packaged” cocktails. And get brisket-shawarma tacos and lamb san choy bow on the side.
A deli, wine store and by-the-gram pasta shop from the Ragazzi team. You can also take a seat inside for a quick aperitif and sandwich.
Home to the famous strawberry-watermelon cake.
A no-frills patisserie serving authentic French treats with a smile.
A butcher selling ethically sourced, dry-aged meats cut to order.
A tiny bakery selling one of Sydney’s best sourdoughs.
This family has been making gelato since 1937; three generations on, they're still innovating.
Traditional and new techniques baking techniques backed by 30 years' experience.
Fashion and homewares that eschew the usual trends.
A dog-friendly cafe, hairdresser, beauty salon and retail concept rolled into one plant-filled creative space.
Sydney's most popular bánh mì (Vietnamese pork roll).
HAY Shop brings Danish design to Sydney.
At this artisan gelateria on Regent Street, you'll find coffee, Italian cakes and – of course – excellent gelato.
People with coeliac disease and those who have to avoid gluten, rejoice. You can get it all here: gourmet pies, sausage rolls, sandwiches, pasta, loaves, chocolate eclairs and croissants.
A strong contender for the title of Sydney’s finest Portuguese tarts.
At this gelateria you'll find around 18 different seasonal flavours, made using an antique machine operated by a gelato veteran.
Putting the passion back into baking.
Beautifully crafted homewares from all over the globe.
Everything you could possibly need for a chic outdoor space.
Josh Niland – of the boundary pushing seafood restaurant Saint Peter – is behind this retail seafood boutique.
Handmade homewares and fashion for the beach-going set.
A niche bakery with a wide range and sense of experimentation.
If you’re going past the Queen Victoria Building, this longstanding independent is worth a visit. It stocks a wealth of Australian crime fiction, and if it’s true crime you’re after, history is another speciality.
A creative marketplace for emerging artists, fashion and designers.
Vegan and gluten-free baked goods.
Elaborate doughnuts made from scratch, right before your eyes.
You may double take when you see Wagyu steaks at the fish market, but stop here for a personal and comprehensive meat shopping experience.
Like the classic takeaway joint, but with more technique.
Minimalist furniture and homewares crafted on Sydney’s northern beaches.
Stonewashed linens, crisp cottons and beautiful accessories, designed right here in Sydney.
This tiny store stocks Australia’s best and serves a cheese-encrusted toastie masterpiece.
A delightful treasure trove of old and new.
A goldmine of recycled fashion and vintage designers.
Luxury statement pieces for women with big budgets.
The Melburnian womenswear brand with international DNA.
A vegan-friendly gelateria – there are over 20 vegan flavours – where everything is produced in-house.
An artisan butchery with a mini restaurant attached taking on the supermarkets by offering cut-to-order meat .
A stylish swimwear and clothing brand for women.
Two Nomad alumni serving kombucha on tap, nitro coffee and nduja-packed croque monsieur.
A homewares store and workshop at Precinct 75.
Haircuts and cocktails at a Barangaroo man cave.
A good shoe can take as long to make as a luxury car.
A spice shop with every pungent powder you can think of.
Andrew McDonald brings its 20 years of shoemaking experience to The Strand Arcade.
When Rivareno's Darlinghurst location opened, it was the first non-European outpost for this renowned Italian gelati chain. And though it's since spread across Sydney, we think that this one's still the best.
A purist sourdough bakery with a cult following.
Kooky rainbow rebels from New Zealand.