Where to dine this Easter long weekend

All dressed up with nowhere to go this Easter long weekend?

With most of us lucky enough to be able to enjoy a couple of days off, Easter is a great time to catch up with family and friends. Sadly, unprepared diners can be stung by unexpected restaurant closures, with the long weekend also being a popular time for restaurants owners to have some well-deserved time off! 

Here is your guide to some of the best places to dine this Easter long weekend. 

North Bondi Fish 

120 Ramsgate Ave, North Bondi 

North Bondi Fish personifies beachside chic and is the perfect spot for lunch, dinner and everything in between. Owned by renowned restaurateurs Matt Moran and Peter Sullivan and located a few short steps from the sand and surf, North Bondi Fish is a great option for Sydneysiders looking to enjoy good company, fine dining and views in one. Diners can expect a best in class menu that features fresh, simple, seafood dishes using the best quality produce.


12 Argyle St, The Rocks

Sake is famous for innovative flavours and dynamic dishes, all served by a passionate team in a sleek designer space. Revel in the menu created by Sushi Master Shaun Presland, who draws on his traditional Japanese training and passion for unique flavours to prepare some of the most celebrated culinary creations.


65 Ocean St, Woollahra

Located in the picturesque Chiswick Gardens, the menu at CHISWICK Restaurant showcases fresh produce and dishes designed for sharing. At the heart of CHISWICK is its kitchen garden where much of the produce for the menu is grown. At CHISWICK it’s all about where the food comes from; the produce is picked in the morning so that it’s on the plate by lunchtime.

Jamie’s Italian 

107 Pitt St, Sydney

The purpose of Jamie’s Italian is to create an environment where diners can admire the lifestyle, cuisine and traditions of Italy. It’s the perfect setting to enjoy pastas or pizzas with friends and family. The extensive menu 

offers fresh ingredients, sourced locally and imported directly from Italy. To top it all off, the pasta is made daily and can be viewed by the public outside the restaurant!

Kingsley’s Steak and Crabhouse

10/6 Cowper Wharf Roadway, Woolloomooloo

Established in Sydney in 2000, Kingsley’s Steak and Crabhouse is well known for its stunning location, fantastic service, juicy steaks and its sweet and tender Mud and Alaskan King Crabs. Located at Woolloomooloo’s iconic Cowper Wharf, Kingsley’s is the go-to spot for family catch-ups and special occasions.

Otto Ristorante

8/6 Cowper Wharf Roadway, Woolloomooloo 

Otto Ristorante has reinvented the flavours of Italy offering diners stylish new forms and flavours, attracting both international and local acclaim. Otto is committed to providing exceptional service through a beautiful dining experience based on their talented team of management, chefs, sommeliers and wait staff.