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Booking a table for Valentine’s Day can be stressful but it doesn’t have to be. With 14 places to drink and dine, we’ll help you find the perfect restaurant to celebrate your unique love. Bring on the roses, champagne and gooey love songs.
With a new Executive Chef Damian Brassel at the helm, Café Del Mar have seriously upped their food game in the last year. Mediterranean flavours combine to create a menu that’s designed for sharing, no food FOMO here. Make sure you stay for dessert and order the star of the show, The Golden Moon. This dramatic dessert is made for two, it’s a delicious ending to a wonderful meal together.
Oysters and champagne, anyone? Make a splash with a classic Valentine’s Day feast that’s sure to impress. Book a table at Nick’s Seafood, the most iconic seafood restaurant in Sydney and you’ll dig in to the freshest seafood in town.
Italy is one of the most romantic countries on earth. Why don’t you visit for a few hours this Valentine’s Day? Baia The Italian will transport you to the heart of Italia with fantastic food, traditional aperitifs and a chic European interior.
Kick back with local music, a sunset and a meal on the balcony. Live music lovers will be begging you to book a table at Tokio Hotel, one of Sydney’s favourite live music venues. Small and intimate, you’ll bond over dinner and then take to the dance floor after dessert. We can assure you, this is one Valentine’s Day you won’t forget.
Is meat the one thing your date loves more than you? Well, you’re in luck. Fulfil your heart’s desire and your craving at two of our favourite restaurants. For modern meat feasts and expertly crafted cocktails, you can’t go past Hunter & Barrel. If beautiful beef with red wine to match is more your style, I’m Angus Steakhouse is calling.
Your favourite waterside party place will be just the ticket this Valentine’s Day. Grab a meal with your mates in the Pontoon Bar courtyard and party as the sun goes down. You never know, you might find a date for Valentine’s Day 2020.
Train, car, water taxi or ferry; getting to Cockle Bay Wharf is easy. If driving is more your style, you’ll be happy to know that there’s $15 flat rate parking on weekends at Darling Park Car Park 201 Sussex Street Sydney.
Flat rate parking is also available after 5 pm Monday to Friday and all day on weekends. Internal access available from the car park to Cockle Bay Wharf Roof Terrace level.