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The Rocks food and wine tour

The Rocks, Sydney: Food and Wine Tour

I yearn to return to Europe often; one of many reason being the rich architecture, food and culture that floods European cities. When I eat out, I like to feel that I am relishing...
The Balvenie Master Class

The Balvenie Craft Fair and Winter Picnic

1892 was a very special year for craftsmanship. In 1892, The Strand Arcade opened in Sydney, unveiling three storeys of Victorian architecture encased by a magnificent glass ceiling. That same year, an 18th century building...
Trinity-Bar, Surry Hills

Trinity Bar – Monday $10 sirloin steaks

Monday isn't usually a day anyone looks forward to, so I thought I'd tease you with Monday night's dinner. This is what I had on Monday night this week, and it's what you could be...

Agave Love: Tequila and Mezcal Festival (22-23 March)

For many people, tequila is either synonymous with “woohoo! Pass the lemon and salt!” or “painful hangover the next morning”. It’s not difficult to see why this is the case, with the spirit solidified as...

Showcasing Veuve Clicquot at Zeta Bar’s Yellow Hour

Is there anything better than celebrating the end of a long day with a glass of bubbly? Yellow Hour, Zeta Bar's dedicated Veuve Clicquot happy hour, is here to help. Running every night from...
Toko-Restaurant-&-Bar, Surry Hills

Toko Restaurant & Bar

Since being introduced to Tokonoma by Mark Communications, I have strangely been finding myself at Toko (Tokonoma's sister restaurant) for birthdays, date nights, and other outings. The trendy decor, delectable drinks and top-notch menu...

Food Society, Darlinghurst

Located in Darlinghurst and known for its Eastern European menu with a modern twist, Food Society had recently undergone a transformation changing both its interior decor and menu. Stepping into the venue you're automatically...

Rosie Campbell’s, Surry Hills

Your new Caribbean escape has just hit Surry Hills and is already drawing a crowd. But don't worry, there's plenty of rum and jerk chicken to go around.  The clever people behind The Soda Factory...

Manly Wine – A Holiday in My Own City

Whenever I visit Manly I get the exhilarating feeling of being on a holiday in my own city, whether it is snorkelling off Shelly beach, strolling down the bustling main street, or simply sitting...

Champagne Pairing Dinner at Mistelle, Double Bay

Mistelle in Double Bay is a relatively new French style wine bar and bistro started by wine connoisseur Alicia Wadsworth and her husband. They abide by the French philosophy instilled by Henry IV of...

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