The Streets on Sydney Weekender

Now in its 23rd year, Channel 7's Sydney Weekender program has long been exploring the best places around town to stay, play and make the most of your weekend (and don't lie - we've all had those Sunday doona days where we've been totally engrossed in an episode!).

Recently, Matt Baseley from the team dropped in at The Streets to discover what to eat, drink and do in ​the neighbourhood - from sitting down with Anason's Somer Sivrioglu to talk Turkish cuisine and raki, to getting a close shave from the lads at The Barber Shop, to enjoying a scoop of Italy's finest from RivaReno Gelato

The segment is a great little showcase of what The Streets has to offer - so if you haven't seen the video, head over to the Sydney Weekender website.

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