It’s the start of another week which means two things. One - we’re one step closer to those sunny days we miss sooooo much. And two – it’s time for another brilliant line up of things to do this week. Get those diaries out cause this week is a bloody ripper.
We’ve got all the foodie deets, including a Masterchef reunion as well as a comedy show that will give you insights into every worst date imaginable.
Here it is Sydney, the five awesome things you need to do this week.
Maggie Beer & Luke Mangan Join Forces To Deliver A Fantastic Winter Menu At Glass Brasserie
When some of the best celebrity chefs create a seasonal winter menu, you grab your bag, text the gang and head on over to their restaurant. It’s just mandatory. This winter, Luke Mangan and Maggie Beer have collaborated to bring us all the best seasonal dishes from New South Wales and South Australia at Glass Brasserie! Which is just what we need because with dishes including Maggie’s signature mustard pear stuffed chicken breast, Seville Marmalade glazed pork belly and verjuice custards on offer, you’re definitely going to want to come back. To book a table, head over.
When: Monday – Friday until 31 August, 12 – 2pm
Where: Glass Brasserie, CBD
Cost: From $29 per person
Monday 16 July
Story Party Sydney | True Dating Stories
Picture this. You’re sitting in the car for 20 minutes waiting for your date to get off their phone or perhaps you’re across the table from the Tinder bae that looks nothing like the profile picture you swiped right on (damn it). We’ve all been there and we’ve all got a story we can share. Enter True Dating Stories. Yep, as the name implies, you’ll get to listen to the best and the worst dating stories from some of the funniest storytellers. You’ll be falling off your seat as you hear all the true dating stories about all the ups and downs that come with being single. Doesn’t sound like a bad way to start the week if we’re super honest and we could probs all do with the epic LOLs. Head over here to grab your ticket.
When: Monday 16 July, 7pm
Where: The World Bar
Cost: $40 per person
Tuesday 17 July
Gin Appreciation Tasting Night
Nowadays there’s a gin bar left, right and centre. But why’s it suddenly so popular and what even is gin (other than being completely delish)? Come and get all your gin questions answered at The Oak Barrel ie. you’ll be a world of wisdom when it comes to choosing and drinking the good stuff. Offering an array of styles and flavours, you’ll explore and taste all the latest and greatest gins on the market. Plus it gives you every excuse to have a couple of G & T’s. Tickets can be purchased here.
When: Tuesday 17 July, 6:15pm
Where: The Oak Barrel
Cost: $40 per person
Gogh And Have Some Fun!
Listen up peeps, grab a paint brush and let those creative juices flow at The Arthouse Hotel. In a two-hour painting workshop and with the help of some fab creative leaders, you’ll be able to take home your very own artistic masterpiece. With plenty of nibbles and a bar with all the liquid inspiration you need to become the next Van Gogh, this is the perfect place to hang out and catch up with the gang. To secure your space, book your ticket here.
When: Tuesday 17 July, 7pm – 9pm
Where: The Arthouse Hotel
Cost: From $49 per person
Wednesday 18 July
MasterChef Mashup Dinner At Three Blue Ducks
Guys, a MasterChef reunion is happening down at Three Blue Ducks and we’re low-key very excited. Andy Allen (aka the Masterchef winner of season four) has teamed up with 5 of his MasterChef mates from the comp to bring us an impressive four-course feast. Dishes include a wood-roasted cabbage with seaweed butter and a whole BBQ lamb with charred herb salsa. With wines matched dishes and an obvious array of cooking talent, you just know it’s gonna be a good night. To grab your tickets, head over here.
When: Wednesday 18 July, 6:30pm
Where: Three Blue Ducks, Roseberry
Cost: $120 per person
And BTW, you can watch West Side Story on water!
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