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This Rocks cocktail bar – which is considered among the best in the world – is inspired by the opulence and excess of Las Vegas in the late '50s. It's the cocktail-focused counterpart to the Maybe Frank pizza joints and is the elder sibling of Sammy Junior and Dean & Nancy on 22. The reason for all the acclaim is simple: Maybe Sammy combines flawless service with singular cocktails.
The Old Fitzroy
Woolloomooloo’s great-grandfather of a pub has an ex-Momofuku Seibo Chef in the kitchen and a celebrated indie theatre downstairs. The 150-year-old bolthole has outlasted many of its operators, but this latest incarnation – from the Odd Culture (The Oxford Tavern, The Duke Of Enmore) team – might be the best one yet.
Word of warning: don't bother bringing a large group to this tiny mezcal-centric laneway bar – even if it were completely empty, you probably wouldn't fit. It's by the team behind Tio's Cerveceria. The friendly, knowledgeable staff here will help you navigate the cracking cocktail list with confidence (and you might even end up ordering Sydney's best Margarita).
10 William St
Italian swagger in Sydney’s most experimental wine bar. Chef Dan Pepperell’s legacy lives on in his unshakeably spectacular pretzel with whipped bottarga, but Trisha Greentree’s farm-to-plate focus across the daily menu brings even more panache to this gamechanging Paddo institution.
Look behind the old wood door at the back of the Cove deli and you'll find The Cumberland – one of Sydney's finest underground bars. The drinks list includes 250 whiskies, an impressive wine cellar and three distinct cocktail lists. Plus a hearty food offering that includes melty raclette.
A champagne parlour and bar in the QVB with views out over George Street. There are more than 150 champagnes and sparkling wines here that run the gamut from A-list producers to smaller-scale labels. If bubbly isn't for you, there are cocktails – signature and classic – as well as a menu of pan-European food.