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If you like spending long afternoons drinking good beer, Arcadia Liquors in Redfern is your spot.
Poly is a bar/restaurant in an old furniture showroom with a great bar and a menu of small, snacky plates.
Once you manage to find Love Tilly Devine hidden down an alleyway in Potts Point, you’ll be greeted by a massive natural wine list and a fun crowd.
Head to Chaco Bar in Darlinghurst with a few friends to share skewers, small plates, and some ramen, along with some sake, though they’re also BYO.
Lankan Filling Station in Darlinghurst is one of the most fun restaurants in Sydney, serving Sri Lankan food in a lively space.
You’ll find some of the best thin crust pizza at Bella Brutta in Newtown, so bring a few friends and order some natural wine as well.
Sean’s Panorama up on North Bondi hill has beautiful ocean views and fantastic farm-to-table food.
Stop by Brickfield’s to pick up picnic supplies before a day at Prince Alfred Park - and make sure to get the bacon sandwich.
Flour and Stone in Woolloomoolloo makes our favorite lamington in the city, so head here for a coffee and a pastry.
Shady Pines Saloon is a true dive bar in Darlinghurst. Start with a shot of bourbon and accept you’re going to be surrounded by cowboys for the night.
Bulletin Place is a great CBD spot for those nights when you need to escape the hustle of the city.
A wine bar with (no surprise) excellent cheese and charcuterie boards.
For Chinese food in a grand setting, head to Mr. Wong. The two-levels are beautifully decorated and the whole menu is excellent.