What’s on in Sydney This Weekend: 1st-3rd March

The countdown to Friday is officially on, and we’re right here to help you figure out how you’re going to spend those two glorious days off. From Meat Feasts to Mardi Gras, here are the coolest events in Sydney, guaranteed to supersize your weekend.



Meat March, NOLA Smokehouse & Bar

From Friday March 1, NOLA Smokehouse and Bar, will launch Meat March, their homage to all things meaty. This month-long mega meat fest has seven different meaty events and offerings, with each item influenced by the New Orleans, Louisiana flavours that are at the heart of NOLA Smokehouse and Bar. On Saturday nights they will be serving up a Pork Feast. The star of this nine-dish (plus sides) shared dinner is a spectacular pit-roasted pork belly complete with crispy crackling. Get in quick before tickets sell out.

Saturday nights during March

$95pp (Groups of 8+)

Level 1, One International Towers Sydney- 100 Barangaroo Ave, Cnr Barangaroo Ave & Shipwright Walk, Barangaroo 


Clean Up Coogee, Coogee Bay Hotel

After ditching plastic straws and offering biodegradable bags, Coogee Bay Hotel are hosting a Clean Up Coogee Day. Inviting the local community to help out and give back to the environment, the cleaning will take to the streets, beach and park to pick up rubbish and the like. Following the clean up, all participants are welcome back to the Coogee Bay Hotel to enjoy a Bacon and Egg Roll or Bircher Muesli for a gold coin donation, which will then be donated to the charity, Clean Up Australia Day.

Friday 1st March 2019, 8am – 10am (meet at 7:45am)

Gold coin

Coogee Bay Hotel in the Garden – 253 Coogee Bay Rd, Coogee


Rainbow Dumplings, Din Tai Fung

To celebrate Mardi Gras, Din Tai Fung has created special, limited-edition Rainbow Dumplings inspired by the Pride Flag. The dumplings are made with a chicken and mushroom filling, and served in sets of 6 at restaurants (for $12.90) and in sets of 4 at cafe courts ($7.90).

Until Monday 4th March

From $7.90

Chatswood, Chippendale, Miranda, North Sydney and Sydney CBD


Elettra Pop Up

For limited time only at Sydney Town Hall,  the exclusive caterer for Sydney Town Hall, Restaurant Associates, has teamed up with the City of Sydney to launch the pop up series called Elettra. Working together closely with local suppliers like Archie Rose and Young Henrys, Elettra is a new, unique, diverse, outdoor bar, right in the heart of Sydney. Enjoy a delicious glass of wine, or a refreshing cocktail, while being admiring the beautiful view from the Marconi Terrace. Better still, arrive between 4pm-6pm to make the most of happy hour- $6 house beer and wine.

Fridays, from 4:00pm

Sydney Town Hall – Druitt Street Entrance


Sunday Sessions in Sydney

When the sun is shining on a Sunday, it’s un-Australian not to make the most of it. We may be a bit biased, but when it comes to Sunday sessions, Sydney has it covered. A ritual that marks the end of the week in the best way possible: getting outside and soaking up the glorious weather, be it by the beach, in a beer garden, or on a rooftop.  We’ve rounded up Sydney’s best Sunday session venues, so there’s nothing standing in between you and a spritz. Apart from Monday morning, of course.


Limited-edition flavour, Gelatissimo

Gelatissimo has partnered with the McGrath Foundation to create a limited-edition flavour that will make a difference this February. For every scoop sold of the new Deluxe Range flavour, Ruby Love, 50 cents will go directly to the McGrath Foundation and its McGrath Breast Care Nurses.

Made fresh in-store, Ruby Love is a delicious pink gelato made with seedless raspberries, fragrant rosewater, locally-baked meringues and a ruby chocolate swirl. The exciting pink swirl is made with Callebaut’s revolutionary Ruby Chocolate, a must try for chocolate lovers.

Various locations around NSW

nomad-restaurant-surry-hills-sydney-sitchunomad-charcuterie-sitchuNomad Restaurant Surry Hills Sitchu

Bottomless Rosé, NOMAD

What better way to wile away your Saturday afternoon than with a bottomless rosé feast? Still one of the best bottomless offerings around Sydney, guests can enjoy two hours of unlimited rosé surrounded by great food and great company. The current menu serves up moreish burrata with fennel jam and extra virgin olive oil, zucchini flowers with truffle honey and pecorino, and Ranger Valley rump cap with bbq sugar loaf cabbage, and bagna cauda.

Lunchtime every Saturday


16 Foster St, Surry Hills

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