If you’re to saunter up Glebe Point Road and stare into the window of Mr. Falcon’s bar, you will see plush lounges, a bicycle suspended artfully from the ceiling, a cosy fireplace and lavish couches. Enter the dimly-lit space and the early 20th century atmosphere will envelop you.
Bar staff are knowledgeable and quick to make suggestions to fit the weather, like a delicious warm cider with a shot of rum for a cold and raining winter’s night. Their enthusiasm and easygoing rapport with customers is effortless. The straightforward list of classic cocktails hangs from the wall and there is a range of hors d'oeuvres on offer, including a sumptuous cheese platter and toasted sandwiches to eat outside in the courtyard.
There is an abundance of space for a larger function here, but plenty of people prefer it as a venue for relaxed drinks with a smaller group of friends in the early evening. This is one bar that thankfully isn’t going anywhere: a relaxed and homely place to wile the night away.
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