Nightlife Sydney: with a superb selection of bars and discos, Sydney boasts a truly extraordinary night life, with a huge choice of places to have fun after a long day at the beach. Check out our guide to nightlife in Sydney where to drink, to party and dance the night away.
Inhabited for more than 5 million inhabitants and situated on the banks of the River Port Jackson, Sydney is a city that offers everything a person could want: Sea, Sun, town and beaches, all together. The inhabitants of this vibrant and dynamic Australian cities have an obsession with the sun, surfing and sport. You can not get bored in Sydney, there is always something to do, including sporting events, festivals, new bars and restaurants to try.
If during the day the New South Wales capital offers must-see attractions such as the famous Opera House, true symbol of the city, and Bondi Beach, Sydney during the night proves to be a fun-filled cities, with a great choice of bars, clubs and other nightspots where to spend your nights partying.
The Sydney nightlife It is one of the most vibrant in Australia and offers an almost infinite choice of clubs and bars where you can drink a beer and listen to music. Every weekend, nightclubs in Sydney entertain thousands of revelers to the music of the best Australian and international DJs. Many clubs in Sydney adopt a strict door policy, while others are more informal and more permissive. Most of them tend to be open bar until late, which at a certain time free tables to provide dance floors. These places are often cheap and cheerful, friendly and, with a relaxed and unpretentious, frequented mostly by tourists and backpackers.
During your tour of Sydney's nightlife you can not miss a stop in one of the typical Australian bar to enjoy a good beer. The Australians, indeed, are famous for their passion for beer and the city offers hundreds of great places to drink in the company. The typical Australian pub are known by the name of “hotel” because of the long tradition of offering customers a room after drinking. These pubs are popular with travelers and students, as they offer discounts and cheap happy hour. The term “bar”, instead, It is generally given to nightclubs trendy and classy.
One sore point is that unfortunately during the week nightclubs close until after 1.30 at night and only on weekends you can indulge in a few hours of celebration more. Australia has adopted very strict rules regarding the administration of alcohol at night, and many night clubs stop serving alcohol after midnight. In addition to, the consumption of alcohol prohibited in the street: it heavy fines.
The Sydney neighborhoods and nightlife
The city of Sydney covers such a wide area and options for nightlife vary depending on the area where you are.
With its mix evolving world famous nightlife, Local live music, small innovative bars and playgrounds for parties at the seaside, area CBD It is emerging as a real reference point for the Sydney's nightlife, while the nightlife mecca is represented by district King Cross, always crowded with boys and girls looking for fun in one of the many clubs scattered along the way. Here you will find a mix of local pub style faceted, discos and even some elegant cocktail bar.
Right on the cutting edge of the CBD, Surry Hills It hosts a number of great places to eat, drink and celebrate. From the delicious whiskey bar to underground bars, Surry Hills offers options to suit every taste.
With a vibrant live music scene, an extraordinary collection of pubs and an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants, Newtown It is full of character. The large student population of nearby Sydney University giving the area a fresh and trendy and you will soon understand that this is a place where people are not afraid to try something new, different or even totally strange.
Thescene of nightlife Darlinghurst It has managed to flourish in recent years, and now it houses a local buffet with live music, small bar full of character and great theaters. The neighborhood is located near Victoria Street, where there are a good number of hostels. And 'the ideal place to stay and party all night without having to do too much road.
Vibrant and progressive, the suburb of Paddington It is characterized by a refined atmosphere and offers a mix of pubs and small stylish, refurbished contemporary bars that are suitable for a couple of informal drink before you throw in some nightclub in central Sydney.
Placed around most famous beach in Sydney, the Bondi neighborhood oozes of beach life and is a real attraction for tourists and locals. Bondi attracts a mixed crowd, thanks to its equally varied range of restaurants, bars and pubs, many just steps from the sand. In addition to, on the beach there are concerts and sports competitions, all against the background of a spectacular landscape.
Clubs and nightclubs in Sydney
Marquee Sydney (Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont, Sydney)
Open Friday and Saturday from 22.30 to 4.30.
Located within the casino Star, The Marquee is one of the most famous nightclubs in Sydney and it is one of the few truly international clubs in Australia (It is part of a chain of clubs also present in Las Vegas and New York) which has the finest Australian and world djs. The club has in fact hosted the likes of Calvin Harris caliber, Drake, Avicii, Tiesto, Hardwell and many more. With many dance floors and its über-chic space and glamor, the Marquee club has redefined the standards of the clubs in Sydney, rapidly establishing itself as the number one destination of celebrities. The crowd here is always ready to celebrate late into the night.
Arq (16 Flinders St, Darlinghurst, Sydney)
Open on Sundays and Thursdays from 22.00 to 3.30, Friday and Saturday from 21.00 to 5.00.
Place the end of Oxford Street, Arq is another superclub Sydney. This club is known for its cutting-edge sound, lighting and its futuristic decor. A beautiful fish tank provides a central focal point in space, including comfortable seating next to the dance floor. Upstairs, the music is trance, tribal e house, but on the ground floor, you can find more commercial dance groove rhythms and songs. If you like techno dance music and wonderful light shows this is the place for you. Absolutely a must-see if you want to immerse yourself in Sydney's nightlife.
Chinese Laundry (111 Sussex St, Sydney)
Open Friday and Saturday from 21.00 to 4.00.
The Chinese Laundry is without doubt one of Sydney's best underground club: many people, International DJs and music quality house, as well as hip-hop and techno music. Being an exclusive club, the selection is usually very stiff. The club is elegant and serves excellent cocktails. Not exactly cheap, but it's worth it.
Ivy Sydney (330 George St, Sydney)
Open Monday to Wednesday 12.00 to 24.00, Thursday from 12.00 to 2.30, Friday and Saturday from 18.00 to 3.00.
Located a few minutes walk from the CBD, theIvy Complex It is a huge complex of eight bars, three award-winning restaurants and four spaces for events in the heart of the city of Sydney. The main attraction is undoubtedly 'Ivy Pool Club, the only one with a pool bar on the roof of Sydney, populated by fashionable people, where you can relax by the pool or dancing under the stars in the midst of a multitude of beautiful people. The club has corners and intimate lounges and plenty of room to dance the night away and features great music with live DJs and fantastic vibration. One of the reference points for Sydney's nightlife.
Home The Venue (101/1-5 Wheat Rd, Darling Harbour, Sydney)
Open Friday from 21.30 to 3.00, Saturday and Sunday from 21.00 to 4.00.
Located on the seafront overlooking the famous Darling Harbor, This huge club, able to accommodate 2100 people, It is one of the largest in Sydney; the only main room can seat 800 party people. Inside the club there are eight distinct spaces, including several rooms dedicated to the dance with different musical genres, nine bars on three levels, a world-class sound system and probably the most turbulent dance track that you will find anywhere in the city. With an interesting interior furnished with design elements in a mix of wood, metal and stone, Home has been running for 10 years and is based on a club dance music that includes a wide range of famous DJs both in Australia and internationally who often play as guests.
The music and the clientele varies depending on the night, while international DJs appear regularly, especially on Friday nights. Home is definitely one of the most famous nightclubs in Sydney: the prices are a little high and the door policy is very rigid so come dressed up.
The Standard Bowl (383 Bourke St, Darlinghurst, Sydney)
Open Friday and Saturday from 21.00 to 3.00.
At the end of Oxford Street is the Standard Bowl, a club on several floors which offers a fusion of bowling, beers and music, with a lively atmosphere and a solid line-up of DJ sets and concerts so close behind the pace of the evening. The special feature of this club is the bowling alley on the top floor beside a dance floor with disco music and r'n'b.
Club 77 (77 William St, Darlinghurst, Sydney)
Open Friday from 21.00 to 3.30, Saturday and Sunday from 5.00 to 11.00 and from the 21.00 to 3.30, lunedì dalle 5.00 to 11.00.
This icon of Darlinghurst is a Sydney nightclub that has not lost its charm in recent years, adding to its twenty-year heritage one of the liveliest clubs in town. The Club 77 It has been transformed from a bunker underground rave in a stylish bar over the years, but he kept his music techno: the red neon light and refined clientele create the atmosphere for a weird and wonderful night.
The Cliff Dive (16-18 Oxford Square, Darlinghurst, Sydney)
Open Friday and Saturday from 20.00 to 3.00.
Located on Oxford Street, the Cliff Dive is a club and tiki bar serving tropical cocktails (priced at 10 dollars) and r'n'b music, hip-hop, rock'n'roll and reggae-ton on the crowded dance floor. This disco is one of the busiest clubs in Sydney and is great for dancing during the Friday and Saturday night from midnight onwards.
The World Bar (24 Bayswater Rd, Potts Point, Sydney)
Open Sunday and Monday from 14.00 to 23.00, Tuesday to Saturday from 14.00 to 3.30.
This Potts Point bar is one of the pumping sites in the city, especially during the week, when the university crowd spills in this multi-level clubs filling the dance floor. This labyrinthine Victorian house with four floors hosts a number of cozy bars and balconies, where they serve cocktails in teapots (“Teapot Cocktails”) seven nights a week, besides containing a large garden with an outdoor terrace. The World Bar regularly hosts local indie bands and international DJs to dance till 4 in the morning.
Goodbar (11A Oxford St, Paddington, Sydney)
Open Friday and Saturday from 21.00 to 4.00.
This nightclub, located between Paddington and Oxford Street and made of rough concrete and neon, He inspired by the Berlin nightlife and industrial rave. Goodbar is a pillar of music fans dance and minimalist aesthetic. There are two levels to explore, a sophisticated bar lounge with a dance track laid across the top and a serious party bunker at the bottom. The focus here is on djs house and techno with international roster of local talent rolling.
Beach Road Hotel (71 Beach Rd, Bondi Beach, Sydney)
Open Monday to Friday from 11.00 to 1.00, Saturdays from 10.00 to 1.00, Sunday from 10.00 to 22.00.
One of the most beloved Bondi nightlife that never goes out of style. With a steady stream of locals, tourists and music lovers who seek an evergreen host of bands and DJs touring, The Beach Road Hotel is the place for an evening party at Bondi Beach.
The Retro (Bristol Arms Hotel, 81 Sussex St, Sydney)
Open Friday and Saturday from 20.00 to 3.00.
Just behind the deliciously thin charm of Darling Harbor is the dance arena two-story neon Retro. Frequented by beautiful Australian girls, a crowd of all ages who want to party and djs playing pop hits full speed.
Candys Apartment (22 Bayswater Rd, Potts Point, Sydney)
Open Friday and Saturday from 21.00 to 3.30.
An underground hideout, a sewer of 1800 and a mix of local bands and crazy lights, What could be better. If party until you drop is your idea of beautiful evening, then Candy's Apartment is your destination. This club is one of the pioneers of Sydney's nightlife: it is dark, red and funky, with two bars, antique-style furniture and a relaxed atmosphere full of young revelers. The music is often what draws people here, with a mix of house, hip-hop and electro every weekend, the club also offers a strong support to many local bands and DJs who aspire to make a name in the clubbing scene in Sydney.
The Junction (195 Oxford St, Bondi Junction, Sydney)
Open Tuesday through Saturday from 17.00 to 2.00, Sunday from 17.00 to 24.00.
Many suburbs of Sydney which are located outside the locking area now enjoying a renaissance of nightlife, come Bondi Junction, a place that was known more for its huge shopping mall than its nightlife. The Junction is now one of the hottest clubs: expect long queues of young revelers out of this spooky underground room, hosting performances of live music, ’ d art exhibitions, a bar and a restaurant. This site also hosts some festivals, rappers and DJs famous, so often you will find long lines to enter.
Scruffy Murphy’s (43-49 Goulburn St, Sydney)
Open daily from 9.00 to 6.00.
Always full of people and located on three floors, I Scruffy Murphy's is one of the most popular disco in Sydney. The whole place is a pub-restaurant, a room for live music and a disco. Every night there is something different, from karaoke to live bands, DJs from the sport on the big screen.
Oxford Art Factory (38-46 Oxford St, Darlinghurst, Sydney)
Situated on Oford Street, Oxford Arts is a local said with live music home to incredible concerts in a relatively intimate space. Among the guests: bands and international artists, electronic indie producers and djs. Undoubtedly one of the best clubs with live music in Sydney, with some of the best live shows and an ever lively dance floor.
Freda’s (107-109 Regent St, Chippendale, Sydney)
Open Wednesday and Thursday from 17.00 to 24.00, Friday and Saturday from 17.00 to 2.00.
Hidden from view just off the busy main road in Chippendale, the Freda is an alternative club serving local band concerts and evenings with DJs, during which you can dance in the rustic and small dance floor. A paradise for lovers of oddities community alternatives discos.
The Factory Theatre (105 Victoria Rd, Marrickville, Sydney)
The Factory hosts a variety of musical events, festivals, theater and much more. From live music, to comedy to the cabaret, always something going on here.
The Soda Factory (16 Wentworth Ave, Surry Hills, Sydney)
Open Monday through Thursday from 17.00 to 2.00, Friday from 17.00 to 3.00, Saturdays from 18.00 to 3.00.
Situato a Surry Hills, the Soda Factory It is a small American bar with live music almost every night and free night parties based soul and disco music on weekends. Every Monday projecting a movie, while on Tuesday they sell hot dogs at the price of a dollar. One industrial space inviting and unpretentious, offering affordable cocktails and classic hits, two ingredients that are more conducive to a dance floor crowded and always a good party nights.
Goros (84/86 Mary St, Surry Hills, Sydney)
Open Monday to Wednesday 11.30 to 24.00, Thursday from 11.30 to 1.00, Friday from 11.30 to 3.00, Saturdays from 16.00 to 3.00.
This Japanese bar turns into a party place at nightfall, cabins with free karaoke, arcade games and music nights '00s and' 90s.
Tokyo Sing Song (145 King St, Newtown, Sydney)
Open Friday and Saturday from 21.00 to 4.00.
Great entertainment on the dark dance floor of the club located in a basement. Furnished with an unusual style, Tokyo Sing Song guarantees unforgettable nights: from artistic performances to theme parties, you never know what kind of strange and wonderful evening awaits you here.
The Flinders (65 Flinders St, Darlinghurst, Sydney)
Open Friday and Saturday from 21.00 to 3.30.
Reopened recently, the Flinders is a small club loved by young people of Sydney offering based house music nights.
Candelaria (55/65 Elizabeth St, Sydney)
Open Saturday from 20.00 to 3.00.
A true Latin night club that plays dance music in Spanish every Saturday night. This is not a classic place of salsa, and the dancefloor is the same as any nightclub. The music ranges from salsa and all other varieties of Latin music, with tons of pop, reggaeton and hit the club. A place to go for a drink with friends and dance, It located in the heart of Sydney's CBD.
The Club (33 Bayswater Rd, Potts Point, Sydney)
Open Friday and Saturday from 21.00 to 4.00.
Another Sydney nightclub frequented by children and teenagers under 25 years. A place without many pretensions where to dance and spend a night of partying and, why not, to know some nice Australian girl.
Frankie’s Pizza by the Slice (50 Hunter St, Sydney)
Open Monday through Thursday from 16.00 to 3.00, Friday from 12.00 to 3.00, Saturdays from 16.00 to 3.00, Sunday from 16.00 to 5.00.
You would not think that a classic pizza restaurant located in the heart of the business district is also a club with classic rock music. When not on stage puts local artists and international guests in his room in the basement, his DJ is exploding old hits, by Zeppelin to Cheap Trick. It is one of the few great options to get out of the week in the city: the Frankie’s It puts on live entertainment seven nights a week, brightening especially with rock and roll bubbly every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until 3 in the morning. A favorite nightlife by Sydneysiders.
Carmens Nightclub (590 Kingsway, Sydney)
Open Saturday from 21.00 to 3.00.
He frequented by a young audience and with a good atmosphere, the Carmens is a Sydney nightclub with disco music and r'n'b. The drinks are quite expensive but relatively inexpensive compared to other discos in the city center. Saturday is typically very crowded: expect a lively place full of energy without all the extra shivers that the high end clubs try to sell. If you are looking for a traditional “night on the town” without expecting anything particularly extravagant, Carmen could be the ideal destination for you. Recommended for more giovai and those in search of a club a less formal atmosphere.
Flamingo Lounge (Level 1/33 Bayswater Rd, Potts Point, Sydney)
Open Friday and Saturday from 20.00 to 3.00.
Flamingo Lounge is a bar and nightclub located in Potts Point offering guests a cozy lounge to enjoy a cocktail on the terrace as the sun sets, or an elegant and lively nightclub to dance until the early hours of the morning. The club hosts some of the best DJs in Sydney and also offers an exclusive VIP bottle service and rental of cabins, so that guests can spend a memorable night in style.
The Cuban Place (125 York St, Sydney)
Open from Tuesday to Thursday from 17.00 to 23.00, Friday from 12.00 to 1.00, Saturdays from 17.00 to 1.00.
The Cuban Place is a restaurant and cocktail bar after a certain time it turns into a nightclub with Latin music. For all Salsa lovers, bachata and Caribbean dances.
The Argyle (18 Argyle St, The Rocks, Sydney)
Open Monday from 11.00 to 23.30, Tuesdays from 11.00 to 24.00, Wednesday and Thursday from 11.00 to 1.00, Friday and Saturday from 11.00 to 3.00, Sunday from 11.00 to 1.00.
Nestled in the historic Rocks district is this huge local music that includes five bars. With elegant wooden furniture and soft lighting, The Argyle is the perfect place to relax with a drink and listen to live music. The cobbled courtyard by candlelight, The Lounge with its deck and cabins, Because the VIP or the spectacular Lava Bar. The crowd is never too noisy or rowdy, but this popular bar gets very crowded on weekends, when you create an endless line at the entrance and the selection becomes more rigid.
Slip Inn (111 Sussex St, Sydney)
Open Monday through Thursday from 11.00 to 24.00, Friday from 11.00 to 3.00, Saturdays from 14.00 to 3.00.
It is consisting of a bar and restaurant area, a lounge and a club where you can dance the night away, lo slip Inn It is a welcome retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. Whether you want to play pool, rest in the Tuscan-style courtyard or dance, the Slip Inn you can find something to fit your event needs.
The Basement (7 Macquarie Pl, Sydney)
Located in the heart of Sydney's CBD, The Basement It is a popular long-time for live music that also offers various dinners and shows that can be experienced all in one place. With walls adorned with photos signed by famous musicians decades, The Basement is a relaxed club, recommended for those who like live music (especially jazz) and those who are not looking for the typical experience disco.
The Island (Sydney)
Open Saturday and Sunday from 13.00 to 20.00.
A floating bar located in the middle of Sydney Harbor that blends European culture of the beach club and the service 5 stars with an iconic Australian background. To get there you have to book online to be on the guest list and, later, you will be picked up and escorted to the bar by an exclusive private water taxi, complete with a welcome drink on arrival. Consult the events on their facebook page and do not miss this experience.
The bars and pubs in Sydney
Mrs Sippy (37 Bay St, Double Bay, Sydney)
Open Thursdays from 17.00 to 24.00, Friday and Saturday from 12.00 to 24.00.
Cocktail sophisticated bars and trendy, with a relaxed atmosphere and music hip. On Saturday night the place is frequented by an elegant clientele.
The Imperial Hotel (35 Erskineville Rd, Erskineville, Sydney)
Open Monday through Thursday from 16.00 to 24.00, Friday and Saturday 11.30 to 3.00, Sunday from 11.30 to 24.00.
Popular gay-friendly bars in Sydney, famous for its shows and evenings with drag queen. The ground floor is a traditional pub, mind in the basement there is the dance floor which hosts the concerts with live music, followed by transmit rhythms from various DJs until dawn.
Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel (1 Military Rd, Watsons Bay, Sydney)
Situated on the sandy shoreline of one of the most emblematic beaches of the port of Sydney, the Watsons Bay Boutique Hotel It is the perfect destination for those looking for sun, dishes of fresh seafood, seasonal dishes and cocktails Lemonade, overlooking the spectacular Sydney Harbor. Great for sunsets, fun Sunday afternoon.
Kinsela’s Middlebar (383 Bourke St, Darlinghurst, Sydney)
Open from Friday to Sunday from 17.00 to 3.00.
A local class night and refined that it recalls the trendy lounge bar in Los Angeles. Dress well and enjoy a cocktail while admiring the sunset on their terrace outside Sydney.
Opera Bar (Macquarie St, Sydney)
Open Monday through Thursday from 10.30 to 24.00, Friday from 10.30 to 1.00, Saturdays from 9.00 to 1.00, Sunday from 9.00 to 24.00.
It located right by the sea in the foyer of the Opera House, theOpera Bar It is often described as one of the best beer gardens in the world. Be enchanted by the panoramic views of Sydney Opera House, dell’Harbour Bridge, the CBD and the beautiful harbor. The bar also offers a list of over 40 wines, as well as a host of international spirits and local. The friendly, relaxed atmosphere, combined with live bands and DJs, guarantee a good night. The place is open to all types of functions, from cocktail parties to large events such as the New Year celebrations, and it offers a superb selection of modern Australian cuisine.
The Winery (285A Crown St, Surry Hills, Sydney)
Open daily from 12.00 to 24.00.
Situato a Surry Hills, the Winery is a wine bar offering over 30 meticulously selected wines by the glass and fine cuisine but relaxing serving modern Australian food. An oasis of quirky urban garden decorated whimsically, with birds hanging upside down on the ceiling, chairs with cow skin, a big chess set and many flowers. The Winery promises a sophisticated type of event and is the ideal place to sip fine wine and signature cocktail.
The Beresford (354 Bourke St, Surry Hills, Sydney)
Aperto lunedì e martedì dalle 12.00 to 24.00, from Wednesday to Sunday from 12.00 to 1.00.
popular and stylish bar that serves wood-fired pizzas, homemade pasta and cocktails in a lively pub with a patio planted with trees lit by lanterns. Popular with locals, while on Sunday the bar is a popular gay hangout.
Shady Pines Saloon (4/256 Crown St, Darlinghurst, Sydney)
Open daily from 16.00 to 24.00.
The party never stops at Shady Pines. A cowboy themed bar with dim lighting, Special whiskey, craft beers and cocktails. Hidden and exclusive, but warm and welcoming. The trick is finding Shady Pines. The entrance is a nondescript door in an alley with no signage, but once inside you will feel immersed in the atmosphere of the Old West.
The Clock Hotel (470 Crown St, Surry Hills, Sydney)
Open daily from 12.00 to 24.00.
A must visit, the The Clock Hotel It is a typical pub in Sydney with a nice balcony overlooking the bustling Crown Street, great for people watching and enjoying a beer on a sunny afternoon. They also do bar food at reasonable prices for lunch or dinner. The pub is always busy on Friday evenings and weekends, populated by a crowd of young professionals.
Darlo Bar (306 Liverpool St, Darlinghurst, Sydney)
Open daily from 10.00 to 24.00.
Situated at the Royal Sovereign Hotel, the Darlo Bar is a real institution for the nightlife scene of Darlinghurst. Decorated with retro furniture, This bar offers a good range of craft and local beers. Upstairs is a cozy outdoor terrace with a beautiful vertical garden, Here you can enjoy one of the excellent cocktails. Evenings with music and quiz every Wednesday night.
Young Henrys (76 Wilford St, Newtown, Sydney)
Open daily from 12.00 to 19.00.
Located in Newton neighborhood, Young Henrys is a craft brewery Sydney. The beer is tasty and inexpensive, and the staff is very friendly. A great place to meet locals. It has the classic grungy atmosphere of Newtown. Great place for a couple of real ales in the late afternoon, because the place closes at 19.00.
The Butler (123 Victoria St, Potts Point, Sydney)
Open Monday and Tuesday from 16.00 to 23.00, from Wednesday to Saturday from 12.00 to 24.00, Sunday from 12.00 to 22.00.
An elegant restaurant with a plant filled with open patio bar located in the back streets of Potts Point, serving food and cocktails French-Caribbean-inspired. A restaurant not cheap but with spectacular views of Sydney from an unusual point of view. The exotic themes enclose the dining area and a garden similar to a forest. Ideal for a romantic evening in Sydney.
Newtown Hotel (174 King St, Newtown, Sydney)
Open Monday to Saturday from 12.00 to 24.00, Sunday from 12.00 to 22.00.
Located on King Street, the Newtown Hotel is a popular bars in Sydney, characterized by a bar on the ground floor with brick, original tiles, industrial lighting and a vertical garden in the room upstairs. Lots of live music, with concerts and various DJs who play at the weekend, people dancing and a colorful cast of characters running through its doors.
Love Tilly Devine (91 Crown Ln, Darlinghurst, Sydney)
Open Monday to Saturday from 17.00 to 24.00.
Love Tilly Devine is the place to go for a good glass of wine in Sydney. Although the bar is small, the wine list offers about 300 different wines from many of the major regions of the world. In addition to, the chef prepares excellent exceptionally delicious dishes, inspired above all to Italian cuisine. To try.
Norfolk Hotel (305 Cleveland St, Redfern, Sydney)
Aperto lunedì e martedì dalle 16.00 to 24.00, from Wednesday to Saturday from 12.00 to 24.00, Sunday from 12.00 to 22.00.
Authentic Australian pub has a lovely beer garden, with great food, gustosi cocktails, very hipster, very relaxed and with a variety of theme nights.
Lazybones Lounge (294 Marrickville Rd, Marrickville, Sydney)
Open Monday to Wednesday 19.00 to 24.00, from Thursday to Saturday from 17.00 to 3.00, Sunday from 17.00 to 22.00.
Open every day, Lazybones is a great bar with live music in Sydney most evenings ranging from jazz to the soulful rhythms, Blues and rock.
The Glenmore Hotel (96 Cumberland St, The Rocks, Sydney)
Open from Sunday to Thursday 11.00 to 24.00, Friday and Saturday from 11.00 to 1.00.
Glenmore is definitely one of the best rooftop bars in Sydney and it provides panoramic views of the Opera House and harbor. We advise you to get here soon because the view always attracts a large crowd of people.
Eau De Vie (229 Darlinghurst Rd, Sydney)
Open Monday to Saturday from 18.00 to 1.00, Sunday from 18.00 to 24.00.
Cocktail bar tucked away in the Darlinghurst district, Eau de Vie has been named as the world's best cocktails at the bar Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards, the largest and most influential industry award. If you want to enjoy high-class cocktails immersed in a very glam environment, then this is the place. Immerse yourself in comfortable leather chairs and get ready to impress you by some of the most talented bartenders in the city.
The Taphouse (122 Flinders St, Darlinghurst, Sydney)
Open Monday through Thursday from 12.00 to 24.00, Friday and Saturday from 12.00 to 1.00, Sunday from 12.00 to 23.00.
Located it Darlinghurst district, The Taphouse a stylish pub on three floors which serves one of the largest selections of boutique beers and organizes brewing competitions for local brewers. A definite recommendation if you are looking for a huge selection of craft beers, with great food and a fantastic rooftop courtyard with views.
Rose of Australia (1 Swanson St, Erskineville, Sydney)
Open Monday from 10.00 to 23.00, Tuesday to Saturday from 10.00 to 24.00, Sunday from 10.00 to 22.00.
Renowned pub serving tasty meals and organizes nights with live music from local bands. A real local establishment with a friendly atmosphere.
O Bar and Dining (Australia Square, 264, level 47 George St, Sydney)
Open from Sunday to Tuesday from 17.00 to 22.30, Wednesday and Thursday from 17.00 to 23.00, Friday from 12.00 to 24.00, Saturdays from 17.00 to 24.00.
Treat yourself to a cocktail while enjoying the breathtaking views of Sydney from the 47th floor of this bar and revolving restaurant, immersed in a high class environment.
The Bank (324 King St, Newtown, Sydney)
Open Monday to Wednesday 11.00 to 1.00, Thursday from 11.00 to 2.00, Friday and Saturday from 11.00 to 4.00, Sunday from 11.00 to 24.00.
Located in the heart of Newtown, The Bank is one of the most popular bars in Sydney, usually crowded on weekend nights. A bit more class and less messy than most of the other pubs in Newtown, This long bar date has large open spaces for groups, a beer garden and a sports bar upstairs, hosting great live entertainment from Thursday to Saturday.
The Sheaf (429 New South Head Rd, Double Bay, Sydney)
Open Monday to Wednesday 10.00 to 1.00, from Thursday to Saturday from 10.00 to 2.00, Sunday from 10.00 to 24.00.
An icon of Sydney, The Sheaf is a bistro serving great food and cocktails. An old-fashioned pub across the road which becomes a trendy pubs as you head toward the back. On Friday and Saturday nights can be crowded, while on Wednesday night is student night.
Batch Brewing Co. (44 Sydenham Rd, Marrickville, Sydney)
Open daily from 10.00 to 20.00.
Decorated in a very industrial style, this brewery offers a good selection of beers, tasty food, a barbecue area and guided tours every Saturday at 12.30. A great place to enjoy Australian beer and socialize with the locals.
Sweethearts Rooftop (lvl 3/33-35 Darlinghurst Rd, Potts Point, Sydney)
Open Monday through Thursday from 16.00 to 24.00, from Friday to Sunday from 12.00 to 24.00.
Rooftop bar in Sydney ideal for a beer outdoors, surrounded by palm trees and lights festoon. A funky outdoor space where you can enjoy fine wines, birre e cocktails. The menu is very Australian: Meat and fish are simply grilled on the barbecue. You'll have to travel a long staircase to get to the top, but it's worth it.
Bungalow 8 (King Street Wharf, 3 Lime St, Sydney)
Open Sunday and Monday from 12.00 to 24.00, Tuesday and Wednesday from 12.00 to 1.00, from Thursday to Saturday from 12.00 to 3.00.
This stylish open-air bar and brasserie offering great food and drinks, including steaks, seafood, jugs of cocktails and lots of live funk. Always well attended and lively atmosphere at night.
Cafe del Mar Sydney (Rooftop Terrace, Cockle Bay Wharf, 35 Wheat Rd, Sydney)
Open from Sunday to Tuesday from 12.00 to 22.00, from Wednesday to Saturday from 12.00 to 24.00.
Housed in an iconic location near the glittering harbor, a few minutes walk from Sydney's CBD, the Café del Mar It is a bar that reflects the atmosphere of the beach club Ibiza, with cabana-style décor with views of the harbor and house music.
Hacienda Sydney (61 Macquarie St, Sydney)
Open from Sunday to Thursday 12.00 to 22.00, Friday and Saturday from 12.00 to 24.00.
Hacienda has a rooftop bar offering stunning views across Sydney Harbor. As the city lights, relax and immerse yourself in the colorful art deco halls sipping a classic rum cocktails with a twist. This is definitely the perfect place to relax and unwind while enjoying the wonderful views of Circular Quay. Tropical and inviting botanical oasis by day and night, Hacienda is the perfect bar in Sydney.