Easter is the sweetest time of the year! Here are some of Sydney Social 101’s top things to do in Sydney over the Easter long weekend!

Hacienda Sydney

Hacienda Sydney is set to launch an exclusive Death by Chocolate cocktail, available from Good Friday until Easter Monday.  This decadent chocolate-spiked adult sweet treat features Lindt chocolate syrup, Licor 43, Baileys and a Kit Kat crumble, and is complete with a Milo foam.

Address: 61 Macquarie St, Sydney

More info: https://haciendasydney.com.au/

The Bucket List

Friday 30th March (12pm-10pm): $30 Main Meals All Day guests must purchase a meal ticket to gain entry to the venue. A bespoke menu created by executive chef/ co-owner Tom Walton & head chef Tristan Rigby. The menu will showcase an array of fresh, sustainable & delicious dishes for every appetite.

Sunday 1st April (11am-1pm): Grab the fam and head down to The Bucket List Bondi on Easter Sunday to participate in Bondi’s Biggest Easter Egg Hunt. The Garden Terrace will have Easter Games and a special guest appearance from the Easter Bunny! Easter games provided by Star Dust Kids Entertainment.

Address: Bondi Pavilion, Shop 1, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Sydney

More Info: http://www.thebucketlistbondi.com/


El Camino Cantina

El Camino Cantina is transforming the humble Margarita into the “Easterita” ($16) from Friday, 30 March – Monday, 2 April. Take Easter indulgence to a sweet new level with this creamy coconut Margarita, made with gourmet coconut syrup, Patron Tequila, and topped with a whole chocolate Easter egg.

Address: 18 Argyle St, The Rocks

More Info: http://www.elcaminocantina.com.au/


Tramsheds will be hosting their inaugural Great Tramsheds Easter Egg Hunt on Easter Saturday; Messina at Tramsheds will be selling their three egg-citing gooey yolked gelato ‘creme eggs’; and Flour Eggs Water will be hosting special kid’s pasta making workshops over the Easter Holiday period.

Address: 1 Dalgal Way, Forest Lodge

More Info:  http://www.tramshedssydney.com.au/

Bavarian Bier Café, The Bavarian and Munich Brauhaus

A chocolate Easter bunny over-flowing with frothy cold beer (yep…that’s right). Buy a boot of beer ($22) at Bavarian Bier Café, The Bavarian and Munich Brauhaus this Easter long weekend and you could score yourself a delicious chocolate bunny, filled to the brim with the establishment’s finest wheat beer. With notes of coffee and chocolate, The Bavarian’s Franziskaner Dunkel Hefe Weisbier is the perfect beverage to sip or gulp from your chocolate bunny this Easter. There are a limited number of beer bunnies available, so give yourself something to ‘gram about and get one while you can.

The Glenmore Hotel, The Rocks

With 180-degree views of Sydney, The Glenmore’s rooftop is the perfect spot to celebrate the Easter long weekend. On Saturday and Sunday afternoon at 2pm, the Easter bunny makes an appearance and surprises the kids with chocolate treats. Live acoustic music plays on the rooftop from 3pm-6pm on Sunday. Feast on the pub’s favourites such as the teriyaki katsu burger and smoky sticky hot wings while taking in the sights of Sydney harbour.
Opening hours: Good Friday: 12pm-10pm, Easter Saturday: 11am-1am , Easter Sunday: 11am-12am ,Easter Monday: 11am-12am

Address: 96 Cumberland Street, The Rocks

More Info: theglenmore.com.au

Manly Wharf Hotel

Good Friday (30 March) seafood BBQ at Manly Wharf Hotel: Manly Wharf Hotel hosts a lavish seaside BBQ to kick off the Easter long weekend. On Good Friday, the seaside pub serves up fresh barbecued fish and jumbo prawns complemented with an open salad bar ($35 all inclusive). Enjoy the feast with a glass (or two!) of Squealing Pig frose on the jetty.

Easter Sunday (1 April) at Manly Wharf Hotel: The Midnight Juggernauts (DJ set) hit the decks on Easter Sunday. The Melbourne trio mix up electronic dance music from 8pm alongside DJ and nightlife impresario Jaime Doom (Bang Gang), Sydney musician Devola, and tech sound talents Telefunken – keeping you partying well into the night.

Address: E Esplanade, Manly Wharf

The Australian Heritage Hotel, The Rocks

The Easter bunny will make an appearance and will come baring gifts for the kids on Sunday at lunchtime. The fun doesn’t end there – a Bloody Mary bar will be in full swing on Monday with $12 Bloody Marys served at the top bar.

Opening hours: Good Friday: 12pm-10pm, Easter Saturday: 11am-12am, Easter Sunday: 11am-12am, Easter Monday: 11am-12am

Address: 100 Cumberland Street, The Rocks

More Info: australianheritagehotel.com

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