Located on the corner of King & Clarence Street, P.J.O’Brien’s offers a taste of Ireland in the heart of the CBD. The warm glow of the open fire and traditional Irish music drowning out the hustle and bustle of city life. As daylight fades the ‘craic’ begins, settle in with a creamy pint of Guinness or one of our many beers, wines and spirits. Our kitchen offers a variety of savoury Irish dishes and contemporary pub meals.
Location: 57 King St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
The Imperial Hotel
The Imperial Hotel Erskineville has been a Sydney icon and institution since 1983. They invite you to drink and dine at the ground floor restaurant, Priscillas, drag and dance at the weekend disco in the Basement and divulge your senses in Italian food, convivial cocktails and views at their new rooftop.
Location: 35 Erskineville Road, Erskineville NSW 2043
The Courthouse Hotel
Newtown is well known for its decent offering the best pubs in Sydney. The Courthouse Hotel is a staple for locals on account of its leafy courtyard, great selection of beers and food and friendly staff. The Courty is the ideal spot for a Saturday afternoon beer with your mates.
Location: 202 Australia Street, Newtown NSW 2042
The Duke of Clarence
Immerse yourself in this 18th Century inspired London tavern with cocktails, cask ales and distinctly British eats. The Victorian-era tavern, The Duke of Clarence provides a characteristically British experience from the heart of Sydney, easily making it one of the best pubs in Sydney.
Location: Laneway, 152-156 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW 2000
The Lord Dudley
As one of Sydney’s best pubs – easily it’s most loved old English pub – The Lord Dudley has a loyal following of local clientele for a reason. Great beers, varied and delicious dining options, friendly staff, fireplaces, board games and an ambient garden restaurant are just the start of the many drawcards of this fine establishment.
Location: 236 Jersey Road, Woollahra NSW 2025
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