Sydney’s on trend and premium social hot spots can be hard to find and usually result in an expensive night out. Limeandtonic.com/Sydney, a new social, local and on trend city guide is ready to revamp your social life and be the ultimate social planner without breaking the bank.
A user generated top 50 Sydney city guide, Lime&Tonic lists the best things to do at the best price for its trendy members. Lime&Tonic is Sydney’s newest and hippest social crusader, investigating hot spots and finding unbeatable value for its members.
With negotiating power amongst Sydney’s most elite locations, Lime&Tonic has and continues to unearth celebrity favourites such as Laura Dundovic’s- The Art Lounge in Darlinghurst; Charlotte Dawson’s fave- Omerta and Julia Morris’ must- the Ginseng Bathhouse.
Devoted to being ‘cool, caring and collective’, Lime&Tonic encourages its members to actively submit their favourite spots in Sydney. Whether it be hole in the wall sushi joint like Zushi on Stanley or an institution like Uccello at the Ivy, Lime&Tonic want to know about it.
Going beyond this Lime&Tonic makes it even easier to socialise like Sydney’s A-listers, rewarding its members with free goodies such as invites to exclusive parties, private art vernisages and concert tickets.
Sydney Director, Mansour Soltani, explains:
“Lime&Tonic is a cool, local social guide developed for locals and visitors who want to experience Sydney’s trendiest and hippest spots for a fraction of the price. Collectively we’ll develop the Top 50 list of experiences in Sydney and independently, we’ll get them the best deals. At Lime&Tonic we believe that just because something is cool, doesn’t mean it can’t be cost effective!”
The launch of Lime&Tonic Sydney comes hot on the heels of its Prague counterpart, which debuted successfully six months ago. Lime&Tonic has 30 cities scheduled to launch over the next year, with a vision to become the number one online hot spot for on trend locals and travellers worldwide.
The Group CEO and Co-Founder of Lime&Tonic, Stefan Cordiner said:
“Originally a Sydney boy myself, I always took for granted the fact that I was well initiated into the Sydney social scene and knew all the best places to go. Moving to Prague, I discovered what most newbies find – that you are always ending up at the tourist traps rather than the cool local hot spots.
“Our mission is to unearth the truly unique spots for visitors and residents alike and negotiate exclusive offers. Essentially we want our members to discover Sydney in the most unique and rewarding way. Put simply, Lime&Tonic is Sydney’s newest and coolest social crusader”
To become a member visit www.limeandtonic.com/sydney and register for free. Don’t forget to share.