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Bought the coffee? Now buy the T-shirt (and mac’n’cheese pie).
An internationally renowned designer goes all in for gin.
You’ll get up to 80 per cent off designer brands, and 100 per cent of the profits will go to a cause close to home.
The ground-breaking artist is back. This time with an immersive exhibition at Carriageworks.
Sip drinks, slurp oysters and savour summer all in the shadow of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Get your Christmas gifts sorted over champagne at these intimate jewellery-making workshops.
An iconic ballet of fantastical lands and life-changing transformation returns.
The mid-town restaurant and bar is celebrating its first birthday with a pop-up spritz bar.
Part talk show, part concert – this intimate musical gig is returning to Sydney for its second season.
Featuring dark comedies, iconic dramas and an assembly of familiar faces.
A step up from your typical boozy weekend brunch with house-made tortillas and top-shelf tequilas.
Looking for a second (or third) chance to keep your house plants alive? The Old Clare Hotel is bringing an online plant store to life, and pairing it with handmade ceramics.
You don’t have to travel through the seven levels of the candy-cane forest to see these films under the stars.
Get into the (non-alcoholic) spirit of Christmas mid-shop this season.
This pop-up lets you drink and do your Christmas shopping at the same time.
A bowl of pasta, a carafe of wine and a deck of cards, every Wednesday.
The City of Sydney is hosting a Yuletide extravaganza.
Making midweek lunch plans? Barangaroo's fun mod-Asian restaurant, Bund, has a deal for you.
An “authentic aperitivo hour” with free snacks, house-made limoncello and live jazz.
Delve into the dark corners of Cockatoo Island on this adults-only tour.
Manly Wharf Hotel is celebrating the warmer weather with the introduction of Saturday brunches on the harbour.
Celebrate date night in style with a three-course meal and unrivalled views of Sydney harbour atop a Ferris wheel.
This snag sizzle is on a mission – every Sunday in December.
A new fortnightly inner-west market in a heritage-listed outdoor space with stalls from Brickfields, Sydney Succulent Design, Grate Cheese Co and many more.
Put your phone down and her wallet away at this Italian-inspired breakfast at Parlour Cucina.
It's cheaper than cheap Tuesday.
It's not often you can take a deep breath in the middle of the city.
Swap the end-of-weekend offcuts for an affordably luxurious evening out.
Christmas cheer comes to a suite of venues across Sydney.
Say hello to a new style of high tea.
BodyMindLife is offering community classes for a $10 donation, which will go to supporting youth mental health.
Plus $5 mini Negronis and $5 mini Irish coffees.
Slurp 'em down every Thursday evening.
A collection of 80 pieces of rare vintage Christian Dior jewellery – many of which have never been worn – is being released for sale online.
Two-for-$20 tinned cocktails, $5 beers and $6 snacks – every weekday arvo.
Plus $5 bruschetta and house wine.
The online jewellery boutique is closing its digital doors. Get up to 60 per cent off its remaining pieces.
First came unlimited pizza and pasta, now bottomless booze is here.
One of the few times you want to be down in the dumps.
Get new pieces for your home – and your wardrobe – at the same time.
The new exhibition revisits more than 60 pieces from White Rabbit Gallery's first shows in 2009 and 2010.
Enjoy tacos, spit-roast pig and natural wines in the garden of The George Hotel every weekend this summer.
Feast on unlimited succulent smoked meats and house-made sausages with your choice of sides.
A global survey of occult classic cinema is screening for free at the Domain Theatre.
A Bombay-blue-themed takeover ushers in the summer season at this beachside venue.
Spanning 15 years the AGNSW retrospective includes the acclaimed artist’s intimate portraits, nihilistic landscapes, early works about Australian masculinity, and his reflections on social and political injustice.
The Chinese-Australian artist is known for his humorous, political art, and his second solo show is now at MCA.
John Kaldor has brought some of the world’s most audacious artworks and their creators to Australia. This sprawling retrospective revisits five decades of boundary pushing public art.
A roving pop-up tequila bar comes to one of Sydney's oldest buildings.
The acclaimed British artist’s show includes a 13-metre embroidery piece created with help from Brian Eno and Julian Assange. Plus a shed blown up and then painstakingly recreated to capture the moment of impact.
16 weeks of tequila-based cocktails, live DJ sets and Mexican dishes.
Surry Hills bistro Loluk is serving the popular French dish every Thursday night.
Enjoy a cruise around the harbour with films for Christmas and Valentine’s Day.
A spine-tingling twilight adventure, involving spooky stories from the garden's past, in the Royal Botanic Garden.
Potts Point diner Honkas is offering free Pan-Asian treats for your pooch.
Steel yourself for the long flight ahead with a Martini or Manhattan.
The hybrid chicken, sneaker and champagne bar is adding the traditional katsu sando to its menu for summer.
Summer night savings on food at all of Merivale’s CBD bars.
Seething samurai, writhing monsters and ghoulish imps – the blockbuster new show explores the role of ghosts, spirits and demons in Japanese art.
A colourful, immersive survey of two Australian fashion pioneers. Bright-print wearers, assemble.
Learn how to blend your own whisky while sampling a classic.
Witness a cracking sunset and soak up Harbour views while listening to the next generation of local and international talent.
Park up on a bean bag for a summer of film.
Plus $6 prosecco, Italian wine and beer – every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The Ritz is screening almost all of the director's films, from early silent features to Hollywood classics.
Tour the city’s markets – from Chinatown to Bondi Beach – in style, with an influencer as your guide.
This summer’s most monumental exhibition: Picasso, Matisse and the relationship that shaped their work.
See Sydney’s sights in style as you paddle the famous harbour with a world-famous fitness expert as your guide.
Garden greenery to match a new range of spritzes distilled with natural botanicals, with views over Australia’s most iconic beach.
Doing (and tasting) is the best way to learn at Gelato Messina.
$10 Martinis, Negronis and Daiquiris in an elegant bar inspired by Prohibition-era New York.
Large-scale works from a wildly popular seaside art event head riverside.
Tuesday night comedy (with optional Mary’s pizza) at The Lansdowne in Chippendale.