Since it set up shop just off Martin Place, The Spice Cellar has quickly become a favourite among Sydney’s underground music scene; the candle-lit club regularly filters the overcrowded sea of DJ’s and live acts to give discerning punters nothing but authenticity ranging from house to jazz.
HENDRICK’S GIN EMBARKS ON BOTANICAL QUEST INTO THE VENEZUELAN RAINFOREST
Something you may have not have been told but that is nonetheless very true is that you haven’t lived until you’ve eaten Italian while being serenaded by an older Italian gentleman singing in his native tongue.
The Lovedale Long Lunch did not just celebrate its 20th year as one of the most highly anticipated food and wine festivals for no reason. A loyal (and very large) following returns each year, most regarding it as the social highlight of their year. The rest, like me, heard of its popularity and made the trek for the first time this year.
Australia loves chocolate. We’re in the top 10 countries for chocolate consumption in the world, guzzling down an average of 7 kilograms per person each year. It seems then, there’ll be a lot of very excited people racing for the 3 new Lindt chocolate collections.
Vivid Sydney is coming up quick on from 24th May to 10th June and it is the Southern Hemisphere’s biggest annual celebration of light, music and ideas, transforming Sydney for these 18 nights from 6pm. Here's a few highlights to try to get to during the festival if you're in Sydney, as Vivid celebrates Sydney as a creative hub of Australia and the Asia Pacific region with immersive light installations and projections; music performances and collaborations; and creative ideas, public talks, industry seminars, conferences, workshops and debates. The full Vivid Sydney program is available at http://vividsydney.com
Staff at Haymarket’s The Eight can be rest assured about the restaurant’s reputation; the Yum Cha hot-spot is often the top choice for connoisseurs of delicious dim sums when roaming around Sydney’s CBD. Yum Cha enthusiasts are known to be quite critical when it comes to their favourite Chinese dining experience; so when The Eight is constantly heralded – by these same people – to be the place to go for a dim sum feast, then one can be guaranteed authenticity.
"Fashions fade, style is eternal", said Yves Saint-Laurent categorically. Whatever you’re style, era of influence, or penchant the Love Vintage Show which has been travelling nationally can cater. We visited the show this weekend to share the glamour, glitz, and garish.
Nathan Atkins partied on a motherf**king boat in Sydney Harbour earlier today and took some photos to show off his sweet time. The party culminated the end of the Sol Summer of Six and featured Flight Facilities. Mmmm. Beer.
Endless champagne, fabulous fashion and 300 beautiful people... sounds like the recipe for a dazzling night out! Fashion Weekly Magazine celebrated their 7th birthday on Thursday night with a blow out party in Fortitude Valley. The fashionistas of Brisbane flocked to ‘C Gallery’ to join in a night where fashion and art combined to create a fabulous world of monochrome splendour.
Rabbit Hole Bar & Dining on Elizabeth Street opened its doors about 6 months ago and has been a popular spot ever since. As the name suggests, descending into the dimly lit basement level restaurant is something like walking into a adult culinary Wonderland.
Sydney small bar The Rook is now in that comfortable position that comes with having a loyal following, constantly raving about the growing list of drinks and food on offer. Our last visit to the gorgeous rooftop establishment was a lesson in the delicious wonders of lobster. This time around, The Rook kindly invited us along for their exclusive ‘Ain’t Nothing but a Gin Thing’ cocktail event, which was their stellar idea for world cocktail week.
Welcome to the weekly Food & Lifestyle News! In this weeks edition: Busabout Europe, Food ingredients India, Mad Mex Big Burrito, Gurrumul's biography, Art Battles, Gochi Japanese, new music grants in SA and more...
Fancy a garden party fuelled by the awesome taste of Hendrick’s Gin? Well that’s exactly what attendees were treated to during Hendrick’s Journey into the Botanical Unknown: a party touted to be a “night of botanical discovery and the most unusual of happenings.”