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The Best Things To Do In March

Bars, Drink, Eat, Guide, Play / February 26, 2020

Wondering where to eat, drink and play in Sydney this month? Here’s your golden ticket to the best things to do in Sydney this March.

Best Things March Sydney 2020

$10 Negronis at Molo Bar, Woolloomooloo Wharf

Summer might be behind us, but that doesn’t mean you have to hibernate indoors. In fact, the team from Molo Bar at Woolloomooloo Wharf are giving you plenty of reason to chase the sun this March. Head to this lavish waterside bar to enjoy the classic Negroni Spagliato, a refreshing take on the traditional Negroni that swaps gin for sparkling wine. This light, bright cocktail is now available at Molo Bar from now until the end of March for just $10 (from Tues to Sunday, 3pm to 7pm). Find out more here.

Best Things Sydney March

Soul Saturday & Chef’s Table Dining Series at Bopp & Tone

This March, the crew from Bopp & Tone have plenty lined up to keep punters fed and watered. The venue’s Soul Saturdays offering returns on March 14th, a soulful bottomless lunch experience ($85 per person) featuring a 6-course Mediterranean feast, two hours of bottomless drinks and live tunes from Sydney based band PU-SIKI. Plus, on March 3rd Bopp & Tone’s Chef’s Table dinner series launches. This intimate dining experience invites just 6 diners to enjoy an 11-course dinner curated by the venue’s Head Chef, Sa Va’afusuaga. Book in to take part in this lavish experience ($120 per person), giving you an insightful glimpse into one of Sydney’s most exciting kitchens. 

Best Things Sydney March

Bombay Sapphire X Chiswick Art Classes

Let your inner artist run wild at Chiswick this month with a series of boozy art classes. Both Chiswick Woollahra and Chiswick at the Gallery have teamed up with Bombay Sapphire to host an interactive art class complete with flowing gin cocktails. Head outside to the Chiswick Lawn, grab a cocktail and get painting with snacks provided by each venue’s head chef. Classes ($75 per person) run from 6-7:30pm every Wednesday at the Gallery and every Thursday at Woollahra.

Best Things Sydney March

Gin & Jazz at INDU (March 8th)

Love gin and jazz? Head to the Sri Lankan-inspired restaurant, INDU on March 8th to experience the inaugural Gin and Jazz session. In collaboration with Four Pillars Gin, the afternoon will deliver gin tastings, delicious food and live jazz sessions. Grab a bespoke gin cocktail, sip your way through a tasting paddle of three Four Pillars Gins before creating your perfect G&T while sampling INDU’s new season menu. Tickets ($65 per person) are on sale now. To secure your spot, click here.

Wild Seafood Tasting Experience with Analiese Gregory and Josh Niland (March 15th)

Discover the importance of sustainable seafood at Sydney Seafood School this month with an exclusive one-day-one masterclass experience. Join powerhouse chefs Analiese Gregory (ex Franklin and Quay) and Josh Niland (Saint Peter and Fish Butchery) as they share their insights into how to prepare sustainable seafood dishes. Enjoy a drink on arrival before digging into six wild seafood tastings (along with matched wine and beer), plus two exclusive masterclass sessions with each chef. Tickets ($49 per person) are on sale now. Find out more here.

Cupid’s Undie Run (March 22nd)

UPDATE (March 16th 2020): After careful consideration (and following the advice of Australia’s Chief Medical Officer to cancel gatherings over 500 people), Cupid’s Undie Run national event has been canceled. However, all 13 nationwide events will now be moved to virtual races with the opportunity for participants to dress up (at home), continue fundraising and compete online (with the chance to win some great prizes). To show your support for this valuable cause and to make a much-needed donation, click here

The Conscious Space Festival (March 28th to 29th) 

Say hello to The Conscious Space, a three-day festival uniting ethical and sustainable brands with consumers to help us all make more informed purchasing decisions. Hosted in The Cutaway at Barangaroo Reserve from March 28th to 29th, The Conscious Space gathers 150 inspiring businesses and innovators for a weekend of talks, workshops, pop-up food and drink stalls and more. The goal? To create a space for connection, community and collaboration to empower everyone to make better decisions for ourselves and the planet.

Best Things Sydney March

Get Moving With CCNSW’s The March Charge

Need some motivation to improve your fitness this month? Sign up to Cancer Council’s fitness challenge, The March Charge. The concept is simple: join as an individual or team, set walking, running or movement goals and fundraise for Cancer Council along the way. By encouraging Australians to lead a more active lifestyle, the charity is working towards achieving a cancer-free future. To find out more and to sign up, click here. 

Best Things Sydney March

Taste Obsession Singapore at Cirrus

This March, get ready to experience all things Singapore at Barangaroo’s Cirrus Dining. Across 6 weeks this March and April, an exclusive Singapore-inspired menu designed by Brent Savage will be served at Cirrus. Diners can either dive into a delicious a la carte menu or a lavish share-style tasting menu for $90 per person). This pop-up will be running from March 3rd to April 12th. To find out more, click here.

The Glenmore’s Bottomless Lunch (March 1st)

Coming to diners on the first Sunday of every month, The Glenmore’s bottomless lunch delivers a lavish share-style feast on the rooftop. Flock upstairs with your crew and get ready to soak in sparkling water views with a drink in-hand. The lunch offer kicks off this Sunday, March 1st, inviting punters to experience two hours of bottomless drinks, cocktail on arrival as well as an abundant shared feast. For $85 per person you can sample this epic spread for yourself, set to be one of the best ways to enjoy a relaxed Sunday session in the heart of the city.

Best Things Sydney March

Raising Dough (March 23rd)

UPDATE (March 16th 2020): This event has been postponed and will no longer be going ahead. 

An epic pizza party fundraiser is happening in Sydney this March. On Monday, March 23rd 20 of Australia’s top chefs will be coming together to craft bespoke pizzas all while raising funds for bushfire affected communities. In partnership with Breville, Raising Dough will take place from 6pm-9pm at Rosebery’s Three Blue Ducks, uniting the talent of Mark LaBrooy (Three Blue Ducks), Analiese Gregory, Brent Savage (Bentley Restaurant + Bar, Monopole, Yellow, Cirrus), Nic Wong (Icebergs Group), Orazio D’Elia (Matteo Sydney) and many more. Tickets ($50 per person) including pizza, snacks and drinks with all funds raised going towards the bushfire relief effort. Find out more here.

RunWest (March 29th)

Get ready to break a sweat at the NAB RunWest event, the inclusive running fundraiser event inviting walkers, joggers and competitive runners to take part in this active event. Choose between the short 4km Family Run route or challenge yourself on the 12km Fun Run course, taking your around the Sydney Motorsport Park and the new Sydney Zoo. To find out more, click here. 

Best Things Sydney March

Uncorked at Mister Percy (March 17th)

Head to Pyrmont’s local wine bar Mister Percy to experience their new rare wine showcase event, Uncorked. Launching on March 17th and running every second Wednesday of the month, the event invites punters to sample the bar’s cellar door collection of exclusive, rare bottles by the glass. Along with rare vintage wines, the venue’s head chef Luca Guiotto will be crafting a bespoke menu of paired aperitivi. Tickets ($35 per person) can be purchased here.

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