The Wild Rover

4:00pm - 12:00am
75 Campbell Street Surry Hills 2010

Taking its name from an Irish drinking song, The Wild Rover brings some craic (good times) to Surry Hills. Rustic and cosy is its style; with the dim lighting, animal print murals and pewter mugs housed all within brick walls, you'd be transported straight to a good ol' Dublin pub.

Drinks are all listed as light, medium or heavy, with cocktails including classics like the Aviation or the more unusual Kilpatrick Bloody Mary made with bacon-washed vodka. A tight wine list has drinks available by the glass, 1/2 and full bottle, as well as a tidy selection of whisky and beer and we hear that the Root of the Earth cocktail comes with a complimentary hi-five.

Food is limited to snacks at this stage, with sausage rolls or oysters on offer - but when you're holed up in a cosy nook, that's sometimes all you need.

Updated: October 31st, 2019

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