free newsletter
Search our website
quotable quote

Leo 'Mr Sydney' Schofields, food critic & festival director, Sydney Morning Herald, April 4, 2015:

"When I think of all the restaurants that I've known and eaten at in Sydney, they're now just memories: Primo's, Romano's, Prince's - dozens of restaurants that used to have a reputation - are long gone. And the only record that exists of the type of customer they had, and the sort of food that they served, and the quality, and where they fitted in the big scheme of Australia's development from a country that didn't care much about food to one that's almost obsessed about it now, is there in reviews."

 

Send us your story
This form does not yet contain any fields.

    What's on ...  

    Introduction to Mindfulness Course

    Where: The Rex Centre, 58A Macleay St. Potts Point

    When: Monday April 20 (week 1)

    More info ...

    More info ...

    Photo of the week 

     

    News snippets

    It worked in Kings Cross, so the newly elected Queensland government will try introduce lockouts and 3am closing times for pubs and clubs ... Read more

     

    The Bourbon Hotel is likely to be turned into 70 new residential apartments ... Read more

    Twelve months after the lockout laws were introduced, Kings Cross is seeing a huge reduction in assaults ... Read more

    SOHO club, the venue where Luke Lazarus allegedly raped an 18-year-old girl, makes headlines for a Facebook post depicting a passed out girl sprawled on the floor ... Read more
    Sunday
    Apr052015

    A night out in Kings Cross

    Tuesday
    Mar242015

    The curated experience

    Anna Low: keeping alive the literary tradition of Potts Point

    Sara Tomevska speaks to Anna Low, the Potts Point Bookshop's creative proprietor ... Meeting the challenges of book retailing in today's market ... Authors Up the Cross - bringing lively discussions to the local community 

    Click to read more ...

    Tuesday
    Feb102015

    Lockout advocate urges community to stand firm

    Tony Brown, the Newscastle lawyer, who pioneered the alcohol lockout laws ... Community engagement can defeat the power of the liquor industry ... Tony Brown tells Laura Corrigan about the personal cost of his activism 

    Click to read more ...

    Friday
    Jan022015

    Damien Pignolet - chef and habituĂ© 

    Now preparing his third book, the chef Damien Pignolet reflects on the glory years of Butlers, Claudes, Bistro Moncur and The Bellevue ... He'd love to do it all again ... Meanwhile, he "does the room" at Fratelli Paradiso ... Laura Corrigan reports 

    Click to read more ...

    Sunday
    Dec212014

    Can we offer you more than a drink?

    What to do about Kings Cross in a time of lockouts and alcohol restrictions ... Artists, local bars and pubs seek new ways to generate trade ... Tapping local residents ... More music and live performances ... Laura Corrigan reports   

    Click to read more ...