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6 Awesome Things To Do In Sydney This Week

By Briana Wallace - 02 Jul 2018

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Heeeelllooo, July! We’ve hit halfway through the year but there’s no slowing down with dumplings, wine and chilli cheese fries all to be consumed this week (yeah, we’re all deep into our winter bodies like no one’s business).

On top of the feeds, you can also watch ‘Dirty Dancing’ under the stars and soak up all the jazz tunes ever in a hidden underground bar. You’ve got no time to rest, Sydney, so get on up and show us how it’s done. 

Here are six awesome things to do this week in Sydney!

Monday 2 July

Rooftop Cinema: Dirty Dancing

The Rook’s Rooftop Cinema is featuring, yep you guessed it, Dirty Dancing. Choose between the ‘Cocktails and Popcorn’ or ‘Burger Me’ package both including entry too. Bring your blankies, layer on your jumpers and get front row seats because nobody puts Baby in the corner! Grab your tickets right here.

When: Monday 2 July, 8.30-11.30pm
Where: The Rook, Level R, 56-58 York Street
Cost: $15 for entry, cocktail and popcorn, $45 for entry, cocktail, shared starters & your choice of burger

Winter Menu at Butcher And The Farmer

If you’re looking for something soul-warming to do this week (and with weather like this, who isn’t?), make a beeline for Butcher and the Farmer. The team are throwing down an epic Winter Warmer menu, which includes three toasty courses (one is a total secret). Think: smoked, house-made chorizo, charred corn harissa with parmesan or chocolate slice ft. vanilla bean mascarpone. Runs every Monday to Wednesday throughout July from 5pm, $37 per person. Head right here to book. 

When: Every Monday to Wednesday
Where: Butcher and the Farmer, Glebe
Cost: $37 per person

Tuesday 3 July

Samuel’s Gorge Winery Dinner

Three years of INDU calls for wining and dining and we are all lucky enough to be invited on this particular week in Sydney. Justin McNamee from Samuel’s Gorge will be introducing an array of wines to be tasted from 2015, ’16 and one special vintage surprise (tingles!). The wines will be paired with INDU’s set four-course menu including beef tartar, lamb ribs and slow cooked venison haunch with bitter chocolate curry (we are as curious as you are), so head on over to INDU to spice up your average Tuey night. Head right here to grab tickets.

When: Tuesday 3 July, 6.15-9.45pm
Where: Indu, Basement Level, 350 George Street
Cost: $95 per person

Wednesday 4 July

All You Can Eat Dumplings & Live Jazz 

Dunno if it’s just us but when we’re talking dumplings, our tummies become bottomless pits. Seriously though, Spring Street Social in Bondi is giving you the ultimate op… jam to live jazz whilst fitting as many dumplings in your belly as you possibly can before you turn into one. We mean, you can stay there for the whole 4 hours… no judgement here. Book a spot here

When: Wednesday 4 July, 6-10pm
Where: Spring Street Social, Underground 110 Spring Street, Bondi Junction
Cost: $30 per person

4th of July Party

This week in Sydney, there’s really no better place to celebrate the 4th of July (besides America obvi) than at the closest place to ‘Murica. We’re talking SoCal guys! Bask yourself in All-American food (ready, aaand brace) like mini hotdogs, fried chicken and chilli cheese fries and a classic apple pie. Major nom. Not to mention the drink specials and live music all night long. Book here to grab a spot.

When: Wednesday 4 July, from 12pm
Where: SoCal, 1 Young Street, Neutral Bay

Otto Wine Dinner Series

As part of the Wine Dinner Series, OTTO is showcasing Charteris Wines this Wednesday. Treat yourself to a celebration of Italian food, good ol’ Aussie wine and enjoy a four-course menu designed juuuust for you. Book here.

When: Wednesday 4 July
Where: OTTO
Cost: $140 per person

Still looking for things to do in Sydney? Check out this all you can eat yum cha burger joint!

Image Credit: Butcher and the Farmer

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