Not-so-plain Jane is joining the line-up of Sydney restaurants named after women.
You may not have heard of many of these soon-to-open venues but get excited, these need to be part of your summer.
A grand piano, caviar bumps, DJs at weekends and service from 7am to 1am: Entrecote was born ready for Melbourne's post-lockdown celebrations.
While respecting the past, owners Phil Wood and Lis Davies are bent on creating their own history at Ursula's.
The Rocks is shaping up as Sydney's next go-to bar precinct, with several new projects on the way.
Join the queue for croissant sandwiches, chocolate babka and savoury burekas in perfect child-friendly proportions.
Melbourne's Genovese Coffee hopes to win over Sydney fans with its new cafe and roaster in Alexandria.
Empty since 2016, The Alexandria Hotel will reopen next month with three kitchens in shipping containers.
Delayed by lockdown, the former Panama House is tipped to serve first drinks on October 15.
Locals are snapping up more than 300 bagels a day from this new cafe.