Luxe Igloo Suites.
The igloos have returned for the fourth year. This year they are located on balconies overlooking the pier and Walsh Bay. Available for 3 booking sessions daily from now until 30th August.
The Gantry Restaurant has re-opened and is offering seasonal tasting menus that change every fortnight.
Bar One and the food truck on the pier have re-opened and are serving up tasty Winter dishes and delicious Archie Rose cocktails
For more: www.pieronesydneyharbour.com.au/whats-on
A delightful place to eat Italian fine cuisine. An osteria in Italy was originally a place serving wine and simple food. Lately, the emphasis has shifted to the food, but menus tend to be short, with the emphasis on local specialties often served at shared tables. This is the idea behind our concept: the journey to Italy continues. Our customers will have the chance to try that Italian way of indulging at the table, which is the result of the extent to which Italians enjoy excellent Mediterranean cuisine combined with Italy’s food and wine culture and history, the easy reproduction of many dishes of poor origin, along with many positive influences that Italian cuisine has gained from abroad over history. L’Osteria wants to demonstrate that our quality products may be revisited for our customers, keeping our strong accent and focusing on sustainability, responsibility and sharing.
More on www.azzurro753.com
The award-winning Harry's Singapore Chilli Crab restaurant was established by founder Harry Lau in 1982 in Eastlakes, soon became the best-kept secret dining scene for Sydney Epicureans. After a few moves during the years, opened its current door at 188 Elizabeth St, Sydney.
For nearly four decades the restaurant endeavoured nothing else but to provide the best quality live seafood to our loyal followings. Daily fresh shipments packed and delivered from Queensland mangroves within hours of catch, cooked to perfection and served to both local and overseas gastronomes.
10th May to 31st Aug
Sydney’s most sought after Winter activation is returning to Pier One Sydney Harbour. This year, seven private igloos will be popping up on the pier featuring stylish furnishings and expertly curated food and drinks menu. Three booking sessions will be available daily. Minimum spends apply for food and beverages.
Lunch & Dinner
Experience harbourside dining this Mother’s Day with a delicious four-course tasting menu and a glass of sparkling wine on arrival. Add matching wines to each course for $80 per person or add bottomless champagne* for $99 per person.
For the Easter long weekend we will be offering a seafood platter of calamari, prawns, scallops and Sydney rock oysters. This serves 2 to 4 people $65 per platter
Our Easter Trading Hours are:
Good Friday - Open for lunch and dinner
Easter Saturday - Open for lunch and dinner
Easter Sunday - Closed
Easter Monday - Open for lunch and dinner
We are also open on Anzac Day for lunch and dinner.
With Mother's Day fast approaching we will be offering our a la carte menu along with a few extra specials for both Saturday the 11th May and Sunday 12th May.
Call the restaurant on 9247 4444 for all reservations.
This year, The Langham, Sydney presents an enchanting Easter experience for the entire family to enjoy.
Festivities begin with the most popular event of the year; “The Tale of Mr Rabbit” Afternoon Tea throughout the April School Holidays, and finish with Easter Sunday Lunch.
Executive Chef Dave Whitting prepares to transform the hotel lobby to feature enthralling and colourful chocolate Easter egg displays.
New to the Walsh Bay Arts & Commerce business community is Craft NSW at an all-new gallery, exhibition and education space in Argyle Place. The gallery is a vibrant conversion of a heritage terrace house, designed by flamboyant fibre and textile artist Pam de Groot. It features several viewing rooms where the bespoke creations of member artisans are showcased – from textiles and fashion to jewellery, ceramics, glass and more. Artist installations are hosted in the upstairs exhibition space while a feature window on street level is regularly refreshed with members’ work.
Celebrating 113 years of continuous handicraft in Australia this August, Craft NSW is a unique, creative collaboration, originally founded in 1906 by a group of craft makers who wanted to share their artistic passions and talents. The movement grew organically until its modest studios were no longer large enough to accommodate the many artisans who wanted to take part. For the past 11 years, The Coroner’s Court in George Street has been home to the society and its gallery.