Kings Cross Now project launches in association with Piccalo Bar Cafe; Social media channels go live; Special events planned

Kings Cross Now project launches in association with Piccalo Bar Cafe; Social media channels go live; Special events planned- July - August 2018

Kings Cross undergoing revamp, cafes, clubs, artists, musicians optimistic; Businesses and locals aiming to capture some of early Kings Cross magic back to region


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Eat and Drink in Kings Cross and Potts Point

Potts Point and Kings Cross. Eat / Drink Macleay Street is teeming with eateries, from hip Japanese Cho Cho San to Greek at The Apollo. Local favourites are Macleay St Bistro, Cafe DOV and Fratelli Paradiso. For fine dining with a view, head to Otto Ristorante in Woolloomooloo, or try its modern-Asian neighbour, China Doll. Stop at food truck Harry’s Café de Wheels for a pie to go. For jazz and drinks, head to Riley St Garage or Chester White in Potts Point. You’ll be spoilt for choice at the restaurants in Llankelly Place – big medallion lights will guide the way. Cosy up at small bars like The Roosevelt, Hinky Dinks or Eau-de-Vie. (Credit: City Of Sydney)


Kings Cross:

A colourful inner city area, Kings Cross is home to cutting-edge theatre and comedy, hip bars and cafes, stylish restaurants, food markets and intriguing history. Two Sydney landmarks are in The Cross, the dandelion-shaped El Alamein Memorial Fountain and the giant neon-lit Coca-Cola billboard.

All the attractions in this entertainment precinct are near Kings Cross Station. The Griffin Theatre Co. performs at the intimate SBW Stables Theatre, where many famous actors have performed, including Cate Blanchett. Kings Cross Theatre puts on plays at the classic Kings Cross Hotel.

For great laughs try the Happy Endings Comedy Club, on the corner of Brougham and William streets. Famous for teapot cocktails, The World Bar in Bayswater Road hosts live music and other performances. Galleries in Kings Cross and nearby neighbourhoods hold regular exhibitions.

Discover the notorious history of The Cross on a guided walking tour. Sydney Urban Adventures offer the riveting Kings Cross Crime and Passion Tour, which explores the razor gangs of the 1920s. You can read a potted cultural history of the Cross in bronze plaques set in the footpath on Darlinghurst Road.

Complementing the thriving arts and cultural scene are innovative restaurants, such as ACME on Bayswater Road. You’ll find plenty more delectable experiences, including the Kings Cross food markets on Saturday, and great options in neighbouring Potts Point, Woolloomooloo and Darlinghurst.

Accommodation in the Cross caters to a range of budgets and preferences, from boutique holiday hotels and business hotels to serviced apartments for longer stays and budget-friendly options, including backpacker hostels in grand old terrace houses on Victoria Street.



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Websites Of Reference:

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