We all know summer time in Sydney is the best. So, to make sure you’re soaking up every splendid second, we’ve teamed up with The Star to uncover summer’s greatest watering holes, deals and delicious feeds.
We all want to live our best summer lives while still being able to afford rent, and now, thankfully, we can with some epic deals from The Star. If you’re a sucker for champagne, make sure to snap up $10 glasses of Moët & Chandon or if you’re after a boujee lunch without the price tag, you can score a two-course lunch with a glass of wine for just $49, available daily until the end of January. You can also head to any of The Star’s signature dining restaurants and if you spend $200 or more in one transaction, you’ll receive a $50 voucher to use during your next visit (must be redeemed within 30 days and only on weekdays).
If you haven’t quite had your champagne fix you’ll be glad to know that from Monday to Friday between 12pm and 2pm you can enjoy a shared style-lunch and two hours of Champagne and rosé for just $99. Best of all, you'll even receive a cocktail on arrival! If that’s not an excuse to round up the crew we don’t know what is. Plus, you can also snap up a complimentary bottle of Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial when you book for five people or more at any of The Star restaurants (minimum spend $450). Beer lovers can also enjoy $5 Hahn Super Dry, 150 Lashes and Furphy’s across the main casino floor bars, and $10 espresso martinis, margaritas and daiquiris across all The Star’s bars on weekdays from 12pm through to 7pm. For all the details, click here.
Summer Series At CHUUKA & Chill
If you’re looking for a summer to remember it’s best you make a beeline for CHUUKA & CHILL for their fresh Summer Series. Having transformed their iconic bar into an alfresco day club that overlooks the world-famous Sydney Harbour, you won’t want to miss out.
Expect live DJs, delicious bar snacks, mouth-watering cocktails for just $15, a sun-drenched deck and plenty of lounges to chill out on. The perfect spot for an idyllic Sydney summer day, so rally your friends and nab a spot, every Saturday and Sunday from 2pm.
Valentine’s Day Romance
Forget the stress that comes with planning Valentine’s Day and have all your romantic plans sorted at The Star with a range of dining and bar options for every kind of couple.
Head to Flying Fish to enjoy BBQ coral trout for two with sambal and coconut buns, finished off with a decadent stone fruit cobbler for two with white peach and elderflower ice cream. Head to BLACK Bar & Grill for lunch with à la carte or three-course set menu for $100 per person with Champagne on arrival or a sumptuous four-course set dinner menu for $185 per person with Champagne on arrival. Sokyo will be serving up a Tokyo inspired à la carte menu, with all the romantic vibes including Champagne on arrival while CHUUKA will be serving up a champagne on arrival alongside their mouth-watering à la carte menu alongside a view to die for. If you’re still up for more you can always stroll on over to Cherry for a nightcap or Rock Lily for a boogie with live music from 6pm, plus $10 espresso martinis—it’s a resounding yes from us.
Whether you watch it for the sporting action or purely for the half-time entertainment (guilty), there’s no denying that the annual Superbowl is unmissable. Catch every second on the 24/7 Sports Bar’s massive megascreen, plus cheerleaders, hotdog eating competitions, special guest appearances and more.
If you’re looking for more, the Event Centre is also hosting VIP packages, featuring their gigantic screen alongside a fully integrated audio-visual, lighting and production systems, making the venue one of the most revered for its technologically-advanced sound systems. Is there anywhere better to watch the action? We think not.
No matter how you plan on sending off summer, there’s something for every occasion at The Star.
The Star practises the responsible service of alcohol. Guests must be aged 18 years or over to enter the casino. Think about your choices. Call Gambling Help on1800 858 858 or visit www.gamblinghelp.nsw.gov.au
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