Best Sydney Sports Pubs with Live Entertainment
Churchills Sports Bar Kingsford
Churchills is one of those Sydney Sports Pubs with live entertainment for sports fan’s to be with every sporting event available on the big screens. They have a huge bistro menu, a great selection of local and imported beers, poker, pool, trivia and more. Free pool every Monday at 6-9 pm, $1 for the game on Tuesday to Thursday from 9 am-4 pm and Saturday a FREE sausage sizzle from 3 pm.
Address: 532 Anzac Parade, Kingsford NSW 2032, Australia
York 75 Sydney
A classic sports bar, with twenty screens (two in 3D). An upscale place with sports screens in private booths and cosmopolitan bar dishes. With mahogany walls, large booths for groups and a massive 20 screens, York 75 is Sydney’s favourite sports bar. The private booths seat up to eight, with personal LED screens and table service. And the entire space is available for hire for special events.
Address: 2/75 York St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Huxley’s is a classic NYC inspired sports bar offering American diner style food with a southern flare. Boasting an authentically fashioned interior, Huxley’s has great beer and entertainment on tap.
Address: 32 Banksia Rd, Caringbah NSW 2229, Australia
Golden Age Bar
Beyond the bronze velvet curtains at the back of this fab cocktail bar is a tiny mirrored stage. Adjacent to Golden Age’s excellent film program is a weekly series of live gigs that span a diverse range of genres supporting the tradition of being one of those Sydney Sports Pubs with live entertainment.
Address: 80 Commonwealth St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
The Vic Marrickville
This pub has a basketball ring, a huge outdoor movie screen, frequent markets and thankfully a huge stage for live music most weekends. The bands come from all genres and you’re just as likely to see an introspective acoustic set as you are to witness a punching-the-air rock show.
Address: 2 Addison Rd, Marrickville NSW 2204, Australia
Crowbar has settled in the former Bald Face Stag pub site and painted it both literally and figuratively black. Utilising the huge bar-adjacent band room they’re specialising in live punk, hardcore, metal, and the heavier side of rock. It’s still a pub at heart though, with tap beers, an in-house plant based bistro called Murdereats and a dog-friendly garden to enjoy a pre-gig schooner in.
Address: 345 Parramatta Rd, Leichhardt NSW 2040, Australia
The Lady Hampshire Camperdown
Like many ladies of a certain age, she’s had some work done, but still retains the bones of the original and the feel of a neighbourhood pub. The huge front bar is an altar to live sports most nights of the week but return on a blessed weekend eve and be treated to a raucous live show from bands of all sorts of genres.
Address: 91 Parramatta Rd, Camperdown NSW 2050, Australia
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