Wondering what to add to your to-do list this weekend? Explore our guide to the best things to eat, drink and do this weekend!
Every Saturday and Sunday until the end of February Mrs Sippy’s Mediterranean Bottomless Brunch will be served from 12pm to 3pm. Book in and prepare your stomach for a decadent feast along with two hours of unlimited drinks, all for a cool $89 per person (or just $55 for food only). Find out more here.
Celebrated annually on February 22nd, this one-day fiesta invites bars from across the globe to mix and serve their best margaritas. So, where can you go to celebrate this epic holiday this weekend? Find out more here.
Want to try something a little funky this month? Look no further than Sourfest, hosted by local craft brewers Batching Brewing Company. Head to this Petersham brewery to taste wild, sour fermented beers from brewers across Australia and beyond. Find out more here.
Since launching in early 2020, Glass Island has caught the attention of punters across the city with its eye-catching design that delivers three distinct yet cohesive spaces spread across three levels. Ready to climb aboard? Find out more here.
Gather your crew and head to PICNIC Surry Hills this weekend, a free day of delicious eats and live entertainment. In a nutshell, the inaugural PICNIC Surry Hills is a FREE food, culture and community festival that invites punters to grab a picnic basket and grab everything they need for a perfect picnic from participating food outlets across the suburb. Find out more here.
Having stayed afloat for 16 years, the Manly Inflatable Boat Race is back to take over Manly Beach this February. Finally, a publicly recognised event where floating around all day on an inflatable flamingo is celebrated. Find out ore here.
Sydney’s had a booming vegetarian dining scene for quite some time, however recently we’ve seen herbivore foodies searching for something more… ethical. Enter the vegan dining circuit. There’s a fine line between vegetarian and vegan, and that line is made up of eggs, dairy, and any animal by-product for that matter. Whoever said you can’t be vegan and a foodie will be eating their words, or their mung beans, as we’ve put together this list of the best vegan restaurants in Sydney. Find out more here.
Wondering where to eat, drink and play in Sydney this month? Check out our guide to the best things to do in February here.