Finding time to connect with your relationships is often a challenge for busy parents, with the kids back at school and routines slowly getting back now
is the time to seize the opportunity to spend quality time with your partner.
We’ve interviewed over 100 local mums in our Monday Local Mum feature who have shared their recommendations for the best date nights out in Sydney’s east.
Here are some of the most popular recommendations:
- Catch a movie and dinner.
This was by far the most common recommendation by local mums. Favourite spot by far was dinner at The Spot in Randwick at popular restaurants The Spanish Fly or a casual bite at Bat County then do a movie at the Randwick Ritz
- Either a lunch date or dinner date at The Chiswick in Woollahra.
Relaxed casual atmosphere combined with great food by chefs Matt Moran and Peter Sullivan. The menu embraces a simple approach with a range of dishes in a lovely garden setting
65 Ocean Street
Woollahra NSW 2025
(02) 8388 8688
- 10 William St in Paddington.
Sophisticated Italian cuisine in an intimate 2-storey bistro with an extensive European wine list.
(02) 9360 3310
- Three Blue Ducks in Bronte – casual dining award winning chefs.
Lovely freshly made food from these inspiring foodies!
141-143 Macpherson st
Bronte NSW 2024
02 9389 0010
- Capanno’s Trattoria Bar and Grill Botany
This rustic Italian is a well known favourite in Botany, with an unassuming appearance from the outside you will be transported back to Italy with some amazing authentic dishes
1122 Botany Road (5.38 mi)
Botany, New South Wales, Australia 2019
(02) 9666 4361
- The Apollo in Potts Point
Well regarded Greek restaurant that is popular amongst Sydney’s social set as it serves amazing Greek food
44 Macleay Street,
Sydney, NSW, 2011
02 8354 0888
- The Little Kitchen in Coogee
Owned and operated by a husband and wife team The Little Kitchen offers casual dining with a menu that changes regularly using fresh and locally grown produce.
275 ARDEN ST. COOGEE, 2034
02 8021 3424