What’s New In Sydney | September

By Christine Theophanous
1st Sep 2014

Spring into spring this September with some blossoming things to see and do! For those of you feeling a little soft and squishy after winter, there are some awesome new health and wellness establishments launching like Orchard Street Elixir Bar at Bondi Beach and KX Pilates in Surry Hills. On the food and drink side of things, Knox Street Bar and Chaco Bar are leading the way to summer with good food, good drinks and good vibes. With so many new things to do in Sydney this September, we know this month is going to be ah-mazing!

Orchard Street Elixir Bar | Bondi Beach

#Cleaneaters be sure to look out for Orchard Street Elixir Bar at Bondi Beach this September. Boasting raw and organic treats and meals that are set to nourish your whole body, the Elixir Bar is sure to put that extra spring in your step and get you in shape for summer! With homemade organic juices, raw chocolate and various other healthy treats that your body will thank you for, Orchard Street Elixir Bar is at the top of our list. 

Knox Street Bar | Chippendale

For all the food truck lovers out there, look no further than Knox Street Bar in Chippendale. The venue will be playing host to various food trucks, who will take over the menu and take care of your appetite. Veggie Patch Van is the current food truck nesting at the bar with a mix of gourmet burgers, fries and corn on the cob with cheese lime mayo – yum! This underground bunker-style establishment effortlessly combines the perfect amount of grunge, fun and awesome street-style to create a great place for a beer and a bite.

Power Living | Bondi Beach

Power Living Yoga is coming to Bondi! Whether you're new to yoga, or an experienced yoga veteran, Power Living will cater to your individual needs and skill level. Situated in the centre of Oxford Street mall, why not follow your practice up with an organic coffee from Orchard Street Elixir Bar, perhaps? Boasting a zen warehouse feel with timber floors, soaring high ceilings and natural lighting, prepare for a refreshing experience at Power Living Bondi Beach. For more info head to their website.

Chaco Bar | Darlinghurst

Decked out with cute little wooden menus, wooden tables and chairs, Chaco Bar in Darlinghurst is bringing the Japanese culture to Sydney. After opening only a few weeks ago, Chaco Bar is already gaining some serious hype among the locals with authentic Japanese cuisine that will send your taste buds into a frenzy. All of the food is beautifully presented on plates imported from Japan and we can't wait to get our hands on the pork belly sliders and house made smoked salmon. Oh, and who could forget the six month aged banana brandy coconut granita? Sign us up!

LP's Quality Meats | Chippendale

Ex-Tetsuya chef Luke Powell is bringing the beauty of barbecued meat to Chippendale. Located in an old warehouse, LP's Quality Meats will feature a short menu of four vegetable dishes and a meat menagerie of lamb belly and beef short ribs – cue Homer Simpson drool. Complete with various tap beers on the bar and an extensive 70-strong wine list, LP's Quality Meats is set to fire up your meaty appetites this September.

KX Pilates | Surry Hills

With summer just around the corner it's time to get those bods ready for the beach – especially after you've consumed your weight in meat at LP's. Japanese for 'change for the better', the Kaizen Experience - or KX - is a philosophy that focuses on small and ongoing improvement. Whether you need the fitness or need to free your mind, KX Pilates in Surry Hills will keep you relaxed and rejuvenated on the way to sunny summer!

Lover | Bondi Junction

It's time to get a bit lacey with "Lover" this spring, which will be open from the 9th September at Westfield Bondi Junction. Starting off as a tiny pop-up stall at the Bondi markets, Lover has skyrocketed in popularity and is now joining the 'big leagues' in the Junction. Designers, Nic Briand and Susien Chong live and breathe their brand and are finally bringing it back close to where it all started.

Image credit: Lover

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