Good golly gosh, if you’re hungry, thirsty or bored, or even confused about which one you really are then we have the guide for you. This weekend you can score yourself a free pizza, buy yourself a plant, drink for a cause (justifying your life choices) and even culture yourself with some Art, it’s all here This Weekend in Sydney.
Eat: Pizza Giveaway at Made in Italy Alexandria
Made In Italy’s Alexandria grand opening is going to be a big one. To celebrate the opening of their 6th store, Made In Italy Alexandria will be giving away free pizza on Saturday the 19th of May between 12-2pm. If you get down there you could get your hands on a free medium Margherita or Supreme Pizza.
If you haven’t had a Made In Italy Pizza before, they definitely know what they are doing, with their extremely thin and crispy pizzas, they are the masters of classic Italian flavours, with all your favourite pasta and pizza. For more details, check out:
Buy: Jungle Collective Plant Sale
Whoever said you couldn’t buy friends obviously has never bought plants. You can get down to Josh O’Meara and Linda Vydra’s Jungle Collective as they offer up thousands of varieties to fill the green void in your home. Register a ticket via Eventbrite, get in, buy yourself all the greenery you can carry and fill your boot and get home and decorate. There’s a $5 discount to anyone wearing a full block colour scheme.
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Drink: Jacoby’s Charity Luau
Jacoby’s Tiki Bar’s is holding a charity Luau support those affected by Hurricane Maria in September 2017 affecting 3.4million residents of Puerto Rico. Food will be provided by Bovine and Swine and there will be $2 from every drink sold given to the cause. It starts from 1pm, so get down there and show your support for ‘United for Puerto Rico’s Mission. For more detail’s check out Jacoby’s site.
See: The Salon Des Refusés
Despite the criteria, this is no Archibald B-Sides, the works of The Salon des Refusés are just as interesting as those in the big show. Initiated by the S.H Ervin Gallery in 92, the criteria for works are diversity, humour and innovation and of course, those that aren’t selected for the official exhibition. For more details, check out: