#FRIDAYFEELS: Where to eat, drink and stay this weekend
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Friday Evening at The Port
A new waterfront venue in Darling Harbour called The Port has opened up and we are absolutely loving it. The Port has always been set to make waves, exuding a chic, French coastal vibe that instantaneously transports you to a summer oasis. The stunning water views and harbour front cabanas with cocktail in hand makes The Port the perfect meeting spot to go to with your besties. There is an array of cocktails and an amazing seafood sharing platter that we definitely suggest you try.
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Saturday Morning Breakfast at Flower Child Cafe
This special little café brings a little outdoors vibe right inside!
Eat under a sky of ferns as this greenhouse-like café truly plays on the garden theme with hanging pot plants from the ceiling and a planted feature wall to look out to.
We advise that you spoil your sweet tooth with their mouth-watering French Toast – banana mascarpone, sliced banana, dark chocolate crumb, baked pecans, fresh berries and salted toffee and caramel syrup – trust us when we say it’s amazing and incredibly instagrammable (and deliciously decorated with some edible flowers of course!) Oh and to make it just that little bit better they have The Grounds Coffee as well!
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Saturday Dinner at Flour Eggs Water
The most divine, authentic Italian restaurant in Sydney which truly celebrates the art and craft of pasta and all things Italian. Flour Eggs Water – as easy as three simple ingredients which when combined can be transformed into one of life’s most satisfying pleasures – pasta. Enjoy a bowl (or two!), some carefully selected Italian wine and to finish the cremino dessert – it the best way one can end a meal (you will only regret it, if you don’t get one!).