Surry Hills is Sydney's central hub for hipster culture. Home to cool fashion, on-trend interiors stores and a diverse dining scene that spans the globe: Italian, French, South East Asia, the Subcontinent, and Mod Oz. Feeding the architects, designers and interior gurus that call this patch of Sydney home, on a daily basis. Funky small bars mix-it-up with converted pubs. There’s even an underground retro cinema! This hipster ‘hood is the place for a true showcase of what is happening right now on the Sydney food scene.

where we go

Baccomatto | Bar H | Soul trap | Golden Age Cinema | riva reno


Embrace your inner urban gourmet and the real inner-city Sydney in an area with a down and dirty past. Explore the gritty streets where Tilly Devine ruled the inner city vice trade in the 1920’s and 30’s. Small bars situated in this labyrinth of cul-de-sacs and alleyways that remind you of a garden shed but with a great wine list.  Some of Sydney’s finest and most established restaurants call Darlo home. Discover Asian fusion, pizza & beer or the very best in Mediterranean food in this melting pot of street culture meets retro chic.

where we go

Buster Brown | Embers Mezze Bar | gelato messina | Loluk | Cafe 169

BLACK BOTTLE | big poppas

POTTS POINt                                                          

Dine like a Potts Point princess in grand modern rooms or hole-in-the-wall cafes. This is a precinct that is constantly changing gear. Promenade down a laneway lined with Malaysian, Mod Oz and Americana influenced restaurants bursting with loyal locals on a nightly basis. Sip your decadent cocktail in a former gangster’s liar, decor. Devour the food of emerging and respected chefs. Potts Point is an area that has been entertaining the bohemians and the jet set alike, from the 1940s to the present day.

where we go

monopole  | Jangling Jacks | The Roosevelt | Yellow | et al | bistro rex |