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ames Wirth and his publican partners have been on a spree, but surely the best decision they’ve made has been installing Nicholas Hill (Sepia,, the pub they took over in February. He’s supporting regulars such as Scotch eggs (above), and a pork pie-turned-tart capped with Branston Pickle jelly with specials like pig’s head and eel choux farci topped with bacon bits, while DRNKS owner Joel Amos is evolving the drinks offer. 129 Dowling St, Woolloomooloo, (02) 9356 3848.

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