Sydney just keeps bringing the goods! This week we have found a mix of interesting things to do in Sydney. Of course we’ve got some fancy wine matched dinners, a special Masterchef contestant visiting one of our favourite restaurants in Sydney, World Yoga Day and an emotional yet satisfying dance event.
Jimmy Wong x Salaryman
Salaryman in Surry Hills has a very special guest joining their kitchen on Monday and Tuesday this week. Jimmy Wong, a contestant on Masterchef this season, will be cooking up a storm and adding his specialty dishes to the Salaryman menu. After his elimination this season, Jimmy has been making his mark around Sydney, serving up dishes at some of Sydney’s best restaurants including Quay, Icebergs and KOI. If you want to meet this great chef, book now to reserve a spot!
What: Jimmy Wong x Salaryman
Where: Salaryman, Surry Hills
When: Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st June
Winter Solstice At One Hot Yoga & Pilates
What could be more calming than candlelit yoga? In celebration of World Yoga Day and coinciding with the Winter Solstice, One Hot Yoga is holding a candlelit slow hot yoga flow class, accompanied by live musicians. On the shortest day and longest night of the year, yogis of all levels are welcome to take part in this special 90-minute class designed to focus on balance, deep core strengthening and relaxation. Head online to sign up!
What: World Yoga Day
Where: One Hot Yoga, Potts Point
When: Tuesday 21st June at 6.30pm
Cost: Complimentary for members and $25 for non-members
Archie Rose Gin Dinner At CHISWICK
Gin = one of the great spirits of all time. We know World Gin Day was last week, however CHISWICK at the Gallery is celebrating the pairing of gin and food with Archie Rose Distilling Co. on Tuesday! Head Chef Laura Baratto has designed a four-course menu that will be paired with four gin cocktails, to bring the gin botanicals to life (and to your bellies). To book your spot, head here.
What: A Celebration of Gin Botanicals
Where: CHISWICK at the Gallery
When: Tuesday 21st June at 6.30pm
Cost: $150 per person
Kitchen Bromance Feat. James Henry & Morgan McGlone
For two nights only, as part of the ‘Friends of Harry’s Series’, chefs, James Henry and Morgan McGlone will be having a kitchen bromance at Harpoon Harry. These two chefs will host an intimate five-course dinner with matching wines chosen by Sommelier James Hird. Now, for those of you who haven’t heard of James Henry, he’s an Aussie who has gained international recognition from the impressive reviews of his Parisian restaurant, Bones. Because of James’ French influence, the dinner will have a bit of a French flair (so expect cheese, and lots of it). To get yourself a table, head here.
What: Kitchen Bromance feat. James Henry and Morgan McGlone
Where: Harpoon Harry, Surry Hills
When: Wednesday 22nd and Thursday 23rd June
Cost: $135 per person
No Lights No Lycra Lemonade Event
No Lights No Lycra is holding a dance event based on Beyoncé’s emotional journey in her new album, Lemonade. Now, this is not just an ordinary dance party, this one hour session will go through the eleven powerful emotions of Bey’s album, to help you dance out any sad times or heart aches you may have been through. Dancing can literally make anything better, and with their no lights rule you can dance like no one is watching! Book your spot now.
What: No Lights No Lycra Eleven Feels
Where: 251 Riley Street, Surry Hills
When: Wednesday 22nd June from 7.30pm to 8.30pm
Looking for more things to do in Sydney? Check out these free events to head to this June.
Image credit: Salaryman