The Art Gallery of New South Wales is home to some of the world's most incredible works of art as well as beautifully curated exhibitions. Current highlights include the Archibald 2020 approaching.
Art After Hours
Art After Hours takes place every Wednesday evening at the AGNSW. From live music to lectures; workshops to guest speakers, the programme is always exciting. Click here to see what's coming up. We're open for dinner until 9pm so why not make an evening of it.
2 November 2019 - 8 March 2020
Japan Supernatural Dining Package
Guests recently explored the enthralling world of Japan Supernatural at the Art Gallery of New South Wales and enjoyed our Japan Supernatural dining package, with flavours and dishes inspired by the extraordinary exhibition's stories and art.
Recap: 5 January - 29 February
Summer of 69
Head Chef Tim Brindley is celebrated summer with some of the best ingredients beginning with P - peaches, pomelo and peas! Guests enjoyed our special ‘Summer of 69’ menu throughout January and February – 4-courses for $69 per person.
Recap: 22 February 2020
International Margarita Day
For International Margarita Day, 22 February, we invited guests to Chiswick at the Gallery to enjoy our special Mangorita, a delicious concoction of Patron tequila, summer mango and zingy ginger.
Recap: 14 February 2020
This Valentine's Day, guests treated their special someone to a romantic lunch at Chiswick at the Gallery, enjoying a shared menu curated by Head Chef Tim Brindley. $70 per person.
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10 January - 9 February
We are devastated by the heavy and widespread impact of the bushfires tearing through our country. Matt Moran and the Solomon family restaurants supported the Bushfire Crisis by introducing a Bushfire Relief Dish on each of their menus. Running from 10 January through to Sunday 9 February, 100% of proceeds from our fish and chips dish were directly donated directly towards the Rural Fire Service.
For more information please visit the link below.
Recap: 27 October
Happy Birthday to us! In celebration of Chiswick at the Gallery’s 5th Birthday in October, guests helped us celebrate five fantastic years of Chiswick residing within the stunning Art Gallery of New South Wales.
Recap: 16 & 30 October
Ruinart Art Classes
Guests recently explored their inner artist at our Ruinart Art Classes during October. For $30 per person, guests enjoyed a glass of Ruinart on arrival whilst drawing their very own masterpiece inspired by the synergy of abundant Chiswick produce enjoyed with Ruinart Champagne.
Recap: 11 May - 8 September
Archibald Dining Package 2019
This year we collaborated with a selection of finalists in the Archibald exhibition on our Dining Package Menu. Head Chef Tim Brindley created dishes inspired by the artist’s stories, journeys and life stories.
We celebrated Melbourne Cup this year in style at Chiswick at the Gallery! Register your interest to join us at Melbourne Cup in 2020.
Recap: Jan 2019
Masters of Modern Sound Pop-Up
This January, we hosted a pop-up bar in collaboration with our friends at Young Henry's which ran over three nights to celebrate the after-dark experience in art, space and sound that was Masters of Modern Sound. This was part of Sydney Festival 2019 and saw Australian and international composers and musicians come together to allow guests to experience art like never before in an after dark sonic sensation.
Recap: July 2018
Chiswick x Splendour in the Grass
Our most legendary pop-up to date - we brought Chiswick to Byron Bay's Splendour in the Grass 2018. The sold out event featured a long-table, communal dining experience with various seating times across the three day festival. Head chef of Chiswick Woollahra Tom Haynes cooked up a storm using produce sourced locally from the Byron. Plus, Aussie favourites Wafia and Touch Sensitive performed to entertain our guests in a secret location.
Recap: Jan 2018
We were honoured to create a decadent Baroque Banquet as party of Sydney Festival 2018. This once in a lifetime experience was a theatrical encounter for the senses, marrying the treasures of Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum with baroque performance and music, directed by John Bell with musical curator Paul Dyer followed by the unique banquet.