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What is ‘Side with Amex’?‘Side with Amex’ is an instant rewards program by Time Out in partnership with American Express for American Express Card Members. How does ‘Side with Amex’ work?Participating American Express Venues will offer their customer a free side dish with the purchase of a main meal, when paid for using an American Express Card. How do I find out about participating venues?Participating venues will be included on each city’s Time Out website. This list will be updated constantly so keep checking back to find more participating venues in Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane. When does Side With Amex end?Side With Amex is a 2017/18 initiative split into two phases:• Phase 1: 01 November 2017- 31 August 2018 Is there any limit to the offer?Each venue has committed to supplying the first 200 customers, paying with an American Express Card, with a free side dish per bill. A customer may only redeem one free side with each payment, when purchasing a main meal. How do I take advantage of ‘Side with Amex’?Whether you're an American Express Card Member, or an American Express accepting Merchant, you can read more about 'Side with Amex' below.
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You’ve been nose to the grindstone all year, and it’s already mid-winter. Maybe your boss doesn’t believe you’ve earned a special treat, but Time Out does, and so do our friends at The Star. That’s why they’re giving away a premium staycation to one lucky winner and their companion. The prize includes: One night’s accommodation for two at The Darling (which is incidentally Sydney’s only five-star boutique hotel, as rated by independent luxury hotel rating system Forbes) Breakfast for two at Harvest Buffet Lunch for two at Black Bar & Grill Dinner for two at Sokyo A big $500 credit at The Darling Spa That’s right – a night in the lap of luxury, three fantastic meals in top-notch restaurants, and an amazing massage, facial, body wrap or manicure. Everything you need to feel special again and ready to face down the pointy end of the year. To win this excellent prize, head to The Star's competition page, and hey – good luck.
It’s not every day you see a play written entirely in rhyming verse. When Molière was working in the 17th century, almost every playwright was using rhymes to show their quick wit and extensive vocabularies. But although Lin-Manuel Miranda made rhyming couplets cool again with his hit musical Hamilton, the comedic potential of a killer couplet has been largely forgotten in the theatre. (So has the joy of a great dirty rhyme; although most still remember that “there once was a man from Nantucket”.) Wentworth star Danielle Cormack is about to dive headfirst into a world of rhyme as she makes her return to theatre after three years with a new adaptation of Molière’s The Misanthrope at the Sydney Opera House from August 28. “I’ve been doing a lot of screen work so I was really excited to get back on stage,” she says. “And what better way than to throw myself into the belly of the beast doing a Molière?” Not that this production will be much like what Molière might have envisioned. The play retains Molière’s plot – the central character Alceste finds himself in serious trouble as he shuns high society’s hypocritical niceties – but has been translated and updated into modern Australian English by Justin Fleming. It’ll sound just like the conversations you might hear walking up to the Opera House; apart from the fact that everything rhymes. Helpmann Award winning director Lee Lewis has worked on two of Fleming’s Molière adaptations before, which have proven hugely popular with a
AtlasTrend believe that investing should be affordable and easy to understand. Providing a seamless way to invest in global companies, AtlasTrend offer up useable information and tools for entry level investors ready to enter the market. They have four key managed funds (which they call “trends”) for you to invest in – big data (companies like Apple and Google), online shopping (companies like Fed-Ex and Amazon), clean disruption (green energy companies), and "splurging Baby Boomers"*. Over the last 12 months, the big data trend has been a standout performer for AtlasTrend. They're all about making it affordable for you to toss your hat into the ring starting at just $100 a month, and you can opt-out and withdraw whenever you want. AtlasTrend offer seven-day membership trials to help you understand the secrets to investing. Your membership offers you tips and tricks from the AtlasTrend team and insights into the stock market in easy-to-read language. You can also read through analysis and the reasoning behind investment strategy decisions, giving you invaluable insight to company decisions. No credit card is required to sign-up for the trial period and you automatically become a member if you start investing. You can also opt-out and withdraw at anytime, making the AtlasTrend trial a nifty way to dip your toes in to the world of investing without fear of being locked in. To celebrate the launch of the seven-day member trial, AtlasTrend are giving everyone the chance to wi
What's better than a main meal? One with sides. Pay with your American Express® Card at these leading restaurants, and you'll be rewarded with a complimentary side for your first main meal ordered. Want to know more? Check out our Side with Amex FAQ. For more great offerings, return to the American Express casual dining guide.
Vegan cheese. It’s one of the many oxymoronic snack stars on the menu at Alibi, the new, wholly veggie bar and restaurant in Woolloomooloo. You’ll find it inside the Ovolo Hotel – and it’s a brave move for a boutique hotel to make its food and beverage offering nut-and-plant-based (or perhaps an indication of how far we’ve come). Whether you’re totally animal-free, lactose intolerant, gluten sensitive or just down to try something different, this platter is creative and moreish. In place of the usual fromage slices you’ll find a trio of cashew-based cheeses – a cheddar, blue and truffle. While each has a similar pastelike texture that doesn’t quite mimic its oozy dairy counterpart, the truffle number is a standout, with earthy notes shining through. These cheeses – as well as the ‘cream’ and ‘ricotta’– are made in-house at Alibi. The menu was devised by Californian chef Matthew Kenney, who has been on the meat-free bandwagon for well over 15 years and has his own vegan culinary institute, alongside restaurants in New York, LA, London and Miami. What’s on the plate isn’t just trend-driven, but thoughtful, fun and interesting. A cold cacio e pepe uses not spaghetti but chewy kelp noodles coated in a creamy, peppery almond sauce; while handheld tacos use smoky pulled mushrooms, a bright, herb-fuelled salsa and a pepita-blended cream to nail the handheld Mexican staple. The steamed bun is the only thing that doesn’t quite hit the mark – it’s stodgier than the usually light and
After six months of refurbishments and renovations Glebe's Toxteth Hotel is pouring beers and dishing swish new meals. Sienna’s Bistro menu has gotten a total redux, so that along with counter classics, there's a new host of plant-based options. Try a Glebe Island Hot Bowl, with lemon myrtle roasted cauliflower, sautéed mushrooms, spinach, and Korean chilli sauce; or if you're after meat order up low and slow cooked spice-rubbed beef brisket. As always, the pub's weekly specials menu will be back, dishing out pub favourites for a steal. All meals can be enjoyed in the outdoor courtyard. On Sundays there will be a banquet style roast lunch or dinner to enjoy for $35pp called 'Host a Roast', and every Saturday join 'Sienna's Brunch Club', at $60pp with a drink on arrival or $70pp for bottomless – both can be booked from Sat Aug 25. The Toxteth have also changed up the drinks menu to include cocktail carafes (perfect for sharing in the sunny courtyard), plenty of beers (including local craft favourites) and mocktails (ideal for drivers and non-drinkers alike). You can also head there for live music, themed trivia, craft brew specials and musical bingo all throughout the week. Find out more about the new look Toxteth today.
You’d have to call it one of Sydney’s top party bars. Always a popular student hang, the Marlborough Hotel has become, since the lockouts skewed the crowds away from the east of town, an absolute lightning rod for Sydney nightlife. Maybe it’s the fact they’re open till 4am six nights a week, or the large beer garden. Perhaps it’s the live music or the DJ nights downstairs in their Tokyo Sing Sing room, or the classic rock upstairs at Miss Peaches. Whatever the reason, the Marly is the epicentre of one of the most vibrant parts of Sydney. Observing it all with wide, admiring eyes is staff newcomer Tara O’Connell. How long have you been at the Marlborough, Tara?I have been an assistant manager at the Marly for just over two months, and before that a loyal post-work frequenter. What do you love about Newtown?Newtown has always been a place in which I’ve felt not just safe, but wholly welcome. The sense of community that binds the neighbourhood is as blindingly obvious as the rainbow flags plastered throughout business fronts on King Street in shows of love and support. The venues dotted throughout Newtown work together in a fashion I doubt you’d find anywhere else. The overall connectedness is what really gets me. Who is the most memorable customer you have ever encountered and why?I remember this young uni student who was a dead ringer for David Wenham. I said to him: “How many times a day do you get told you look like David Wenham?” The guy had no idea who I was talking abo
Going to see The Book of Mormon? Then why not make your evening complete with a fabulous meal at Momofuku Seiobo, Balla or Black Bar & Grill? The Star’s premium restaurants are offering special menus designed for theatre-goers who need to get into the Lyric Theatre in time for curtain up. It’s a great, memorable meal for people in a hurry. Be sure to book ahead online. The Star practises the responsible service of alcohol. Photograph: Supplied Momofuku Seiobo The first restaurant to be opened outside of New York City by global food icon David Chang, Momofuku Seiobo is a showcase for the skills of chef Paul Carmichael, who draws upon his Caribbean heritage and the bounty of Australian ingredients. Momofuku is normally a full-tasting-menu-only proposition at $185 (worth every cent) that takes two hours to get through. But for theatre patrons the Pre-Theatre Menu, offered Tuesday to Saturday, is a four-course affair for $115 per head, seating at 6pm and getting you out by 7.30pm. Indeed, the Pre-Theatre Menu is a great way to experience one of the city’s best restaurants at a lower price point. Photograph: Supplied Black Bar & Grill One of the top steakhouses in town, Black Bar & Grill is where chef Dany Karam smokes premium cuts over cherry wood before grilling them over ironbark coals. The pre-theatre menu offers a selection from the contemporary Australian grill menu and comes with an option of a two- ($70) or a three-course meal ($80). Starters include oyster
If you live north of the bridge and feel like getting a little extra something with your meal, you've come to the right place. Pay with your American Express® Card at these leading restaurants, and you'll be rewarded with a complimentary side for your first main meal ordered. Want to know more? Check out our Side with Amex FAQ. For more great offerings, return to the American Express casual dining guide.
Now in its 20th year of fine dining and food events, Good Food Month presented by Citi gives Sydney’s food fans and would-be chefs an opportunity to experience specialised dishes from the city’s most renowned chefs and providores as well as industry leaders from across the globe. From October 4-21, diners will flock to Hyde Park for diverse culinary experiences within the transformed pop-up restaurant and foodie haven, Hyde Park Palms. There’s a huge roster of events, so we thought we’d help you out with a menu of six fantastic feasts that won’t leave you in a state of food FOMO. Time Out loves innovative and inclusive eating, so make your first port of call our official Good Food Month partner event, Vegan Italiano. The Night Noodle Markets are also a regular favourite throughout the month, and if you’re still agonising over the menu, here’s our guide to all the program highlights.