Masterclass Series

Our popular masterclasses are back for 2018

Here at The Streets, we’re all for lifelong learning and continuous education. After all, as Henry Ford, pioneer of the automobile industry, once said:

Anyone who stops learning is old – whether at twenty or eighty.
The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young

So after a few team workshops about what sort of knowledge we might be able to impart on others, we’ve come to the conclusion that we actually don’t have much to offer (unless anyone out there wants to learn how to accidentally find themselves sipping on vermouth at Banksii when they’re really meant to be at the gym).

Instead, we’ve enlisted the help of some of our friends at The Streets - specialists in food, wine, cocktails, fashion and more - to offer some unique educational experiences to you through our Masterclass Series. We’ll be hosting a different masterclass every month, all of which will be designed to be educational, interactive – and, of course, fun!

You can check out what’s coming up below – and to make sure you’re the first to know about future classes and events, sign up to our newsletter and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

Upcoming classes:

'See How We Roll' Sushi Making Masterclass

Join our soy-mate Zushi Barangaroo for their sushi-making masterclass, where Head Chef Lee will take you through all of the basics of making sushi, and share a few of his tricks on how to make Zushi’s famous signature rolls.

Once you've finished, you'll get to indulge in all the sushi you've created whilst enjoying a complimentary cocktail overlooking the harbour. 

When: Saturday 27 October

Time: 9.30am - 11.30am

Cost: $110 + booking fee (includes all ingredients, equipment, soft drinks during the class, and a Zushi cocktail at the end of the class. You'll also receive a bamboo rolling mat and recipe book to take home with you to continue your sushi-making adventures!)

Book now

Zushi 1-min

Previous Classes:

Sushi Masterclass with Zushi

We came. We rolled. We ate.


Our sustainable seafood specialists sure dropped some 'pearls' of wisdom at this one.

Tailoring masterclass with BELANCÉ

This one really suit-ed us...

Healthy Hair Masterclass with Franck Provost

And now we have the healthiest hair...

Pasta Masterclass with
Bel & Brio

Sorry, you can't get tickets for this masterclass anymore - it's in the past(a)!


And boy, was it sweet.

Tea Masterclass with The Rabbit Hole

There was something brewing that day - and it wasn't a storm in a teacup.

Donut Masterclass with

Holy donuts, this was good!


We're not going to lie - this one was pretty neat.


It was choc-full of deliciousness.

Burger Masterclass with
Ume Burger

It was a flipping good time.

Tea Latte Masterclass with The Rabbit Hole

We liked it a latte.

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