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If you know Sydney, you’ll know there are an abundance of things to see, do and experience, but there can be so many, that you don’t know where to start and you could miss out on something really great. From bars and restaurants to boutique shops and cafe, here are our latest finds for March, that you should definitely be checking out…

Love On Top
Sydney’s brand new bar, Love On Top, is brought to you by the people that created Name This Bar. Situated on the tree-lined Bayswater Street, Love On Top brings you Chinese dumplings and Asian-infused sharing plates alongside wines that have been sourced from small family vineyards, and cocktails from some of Sydney’s most talented cocktail creators. The bar sits up in the trees with an outdoor garden setting that is truly a rare find in the city. It’s perfect for special occasions and big group gatherings, or even just a romantic night under the stars for two. Located upstairs on the mezzanine level, below Hugos Lounge, Love On Top is a space that has a real taste of magic when you happen to stumble upon it.
33 Bayswater Road, Potts Point

Hum On King
The perfect place for music aficionados, you can get lost in the aisles looking for the most underground and hard to find releases. Situated in Newtown, jump into this Aladdin’s cave and seek out those elusive beats.
271 King Street, Newtown

Sheer effortless style, Bassike has stunning casual wear for both women and men. From basics to more signature pieces, Bassike offers a real taste of Scandinavian design, with clean-cut lines and simple colour palettes. Update your style in this Paddington boutique.
26 Glenmore Road, Paddington

Ariel Books
If you’re looking for the perfect piece of arty literature to kick back on the beach with or simply get in touch with your creative side, then head on down to Ariel Booksellers. Independent booksellers in Sydney, Ariel’s is a tardis of excellent books – from architecture, art, design, fashion, interiors and photography books, if you have a passion for the creative or need some inspiration, then browse the shelves to your heart’s content.
42 Oxford Street, Paddington

The Book Kitchen
Try The Book Kitchen for your next Sunday morning brunch in Surry Hills. Whether you’re after avocado sourdough toast or Spanish baked eggs, The Book Kitchen has a great variety of breakfasty treats that will set you up for the day, and they’re open every day from 8am-3pm, so you can even grab a croissant in the week!
255 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills


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