Friday, January 16, 2015

Apia International Sydney 2015

Petra Kvitova beat Karolina Pliskova to win her next milestone 15th WTA title at the Apia International Sydney 2015.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

New Opera Bar Launch Party

In a pouring rain many came to celebrate the refurbishment of Matt Moran’s Opera Bar. Sydney’s Opera Bar has had a design and food revamp. Along with drinks, food offerings include a bar serving the famous Sydney rock oysters and shellfish. There is also a charcuterie bar with serrano ham and wagyu bresaola supplied by Anthony Puharich of Victor Churchill butchery fame.

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Night at Billich Art Gallery



The Billich Art Gallery is located in the historic Sailors Home at The Rocks. It is a remarkable gallery space with its great location, interesting layout and very intriguing paintings. “There is a touch of irony in what I paint as there is in all contemporary surreal art, my lingua franca for articulating the vast gamma of emotions and impulses inherent to mystic creations” Charles Billich.

Monday, March 10, 2014

Taste of Sydney Festival

Patrón Tequila are proud to be involved in this year’s Taste of Sydney Festival. A feast for the senses, Taste of Sydney will be held from Thursday 13th until Sunday 16th March 2014 at the beautiful and iconic Centennial Park.

Sydney After Dark has one double pass to attend Taste of Sydney on the Friday 13th March day session from 12pm – 4pm, on behalf of Patrón Tequila. Please email your name, email address and postal address by 12 March 2013 to editor. See contact us page. Winners will be contacted soon after.

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Salt Meats Cheese at MLC Centre

Right in the heart of Sydney at MLC Centre we can find now great Italian food shop. For eight weeks until April 2014 Salt Meats Cheese will serve breakfast and lunch on Martin Place. In the shop you can find best imported foods like cheeses, cured meats, fresh pasta, salads, antipasta and piadinas. And for one night a week you may sign up for a cooking school. For more visit website:

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

March into Merivale 2014

Born to Cook has been this year’s March into Merivale theme. It is all about chefs and their memories which are as diverse as the chefs themselves and reveal the variety of influences and talent that lead them into Merivale’s award-winning kitchens. Dan Hong, for example, owes his cooking skills to the early influence of his mother Angie who would often spread newspaper and sit on the kitchen floor, cutting up whole chickens with a cleaver. For Palings’ Christopher Whitehead, it was the ‘Australian Women’s Weekly Cookbook’ that first inspired his love of food and he remembers smuggling a torch into bed to pore over the pages of recipes. Felix’s Nathan Johnson recalls the English Summer and the unmistakable sound of the local ice cream van while fellow Brit Jeremy Strode reminisces about his daily childhood job of collecting milk straight from the source. Papi Chulo’s formidable duo, Patrick Friesen and Christopher Hogarth, might be joined at the hip now but their childhood food memories couldn’t be further apart – Tasmanian raised Chris loved to fish with his brothers and throw the catch straight on the BBQ while Canadian born Patrick had an unusual taste for butter, eating chunks straight from the fridge and earning the nickname Phat Pat as a result.