From impossibly fluffy Japanese pancakes to boozy igloos on the water, these are the seven best things to do in Sydney this September.[listicle]
Giant Japanese Soufflé Pancakes At Harajuku Gyoza
If you’re a fan of beer and dumplings (who isn’t), you’re in for a treat – Harajuku Gyoza have brought their giant Japanese soufflé pancakes to Potts Point. But you’ll have to get in quick — they’re only available for a few more days following a five-week run, from July 26 to September 3. Harajuku Gyoza opens Wednesday to Thursday, 5pm to 9pm, and Friday to Sunday, 12pm to 9pm.
Where: 9-15 Bayswater Road, Potts Point
Image: Harajuku Gyoza
Qantas epiQure Wine Fair
The Qantas epiQure Wine Fair is coming to Sydney September 9. At the Qantas campus’ stunning atrium, guest can sample over 200 premium wines, spirits and gourmet eats.
The fair runs from 1pm to 6pm, and tickets cost $75 each (or 12,000 Qantas frequent flyer points). They’re selling quick — get yours here.
Where: 10 Bourke Road, Mascot
Igloo Bars On Sydney Harbour
There’s no need to fear the final days of winter — Pier One Hotel, Sydney has teamed up with the likes of G.H. Mumm Champagne and St. Hugo Wines to bring you a swanky way to stay warm, enjoy a drink and bask in the beauty of Sydney Harbour. Kick back in front of your own fireplace, and live it up in serious style.
The domes start at $400 for three hours.
Where: 11 Hickson Road, The Rocks
Image: Pier One Sydney
S’mores At The Greens
The Greens, North Sydney is adding American flavour to the mix in the form of s’mores this season. Pairing with their recently launched winter menu, every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, sit yourself in arms reach of the firepits with your s’mores kit ($15). Pair this with a hot mulled apple cider ($15) and you’ll be set with the yummiest weekend treat.
Where: 50 Ridge Street, North Sydney
Image courtesy of The Greens
New York-Style Piano Bar
NYC’s legendary theatre scene is about to be at your doorstep, when Sing Out, Louise returns to the Polo Lounge on Sydney’s Oxford Street on Friday 15 and Saturday,16 September, 2017. Head upstairs at The Oxford Hotel between 8pm and 3am for a show tune spectacular.
The sing-along night features songs from popular classics like Les Mis, My Fair Lady and The Sound Of Music. The event kicks off on the 15th, with free entry. Find more info here.
Where: 134 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst
Image: Sing out, Louise / Facebook
Surry Hills Festival
Back for its 15th year, Surry Hills Festival is one of the biggest local festivities in spring. Expect loads of live music, art trails, food and produce and market stalls.
Stretching from Ward Park to Shannon Reserve and from Crown Street to Hill Street, the festival draws around 60,000 people for the day. Entry is free.
Image: Surry Hills Festival / Facebook
The geniuses who brought you Sydney’s first Bacon Festival have opened their doors on Crown Street in Surry Hills, and their drool-worthy bacon goodness has come with. Their expansive menu includes the Bacon Mac Daddy burger, which features oozing layers of bacon mac-n-cheese, double-smoked bacon, and a soft poached egg, topped with rich tomato relish and crunchy fried shallots all wrapped up in a toasted croissant.
Where: 324A King Street, Newtown
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