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The glamour of a hotel bar, minus the hotel.
Elevated Israeli street food.
Since 1921, stunning views of the Harbour Bridge have attracted drinkers to this pub.
It's all about the steak.
The cafe at the Museum of Contemporary Art has one of the best views in the city.
Have brisket and waffles for breakfast in The Rocks.
A whisky bar in a former opium den/bootmaker’s workshop/doss house.
A modern brewery in Sydney’s first pub district.
Thai cocktails, lobster curries and a view of the harbour.
A pub as old as The Rocks.
Cocktails and pub food are the game at this intimate bar.
A go-to for salad-heavy lunches and wall-to-wall shelves of gourmet bits and pieces.
Contemporary dining with rich, sophisticated flavours
Live music and pub classics in a historic Sydney venue, where punters have been coming for a good time since 1844.
One of Sydney’s most iconic pubs.
What was once an antique souvenir shop is now a vintage-inspired, French-themed creperie.
Old and new style Japanese with sake.