Top 5 Pubs in Sydney Australia

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You are about to embark on a very decadent adventure that will be packed with mouthwatering beverages, mouthwatering cuisine, and an ambiance that will truly leave an indelible impression on you. When you are in Sydney, you simply HAVE to make sure that you visit these places that are a must-see. Here are the Top 5 Pubs in Sydney Australia.

The Bat & Ball Redfern

The Bat & Ball is not a small bar. They are a pub, a regular bar, a local one. It is a place to relax, meet up, have a laugh, watch a game, catch a live comedy show, grab some food, shoot the breeze, unwind. We’ve got a function room for hire for up to 80 guests. Birthdays, conferences, work functions, engagements, kid’s parties, school reunions, anniversaries, Christmas Parties – we’ve got you covered.

Location: 495 Cleveland St, Redfern NSW 2016, Australia.

East Village Darlinghurst

Each level of East Village provides the perfect experience for each stage of your evening; the most important obviously being one of the best sports bars in Sydney, the East Village Athletic Club on the second floor. With beautiful leather seats and timber details plus a bespoke poker table – this is the luxury sports viewing experience you’ve been searching for.

Location: 234 Palmer St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia

Harts Pub The Rocks

Ideally located in the heart of the rocks, this heritage-listed establishment offers some of the best pub lunch in Sydney. The chicken wings at Harts Pub are well-renowned across the city, as is their friendly staff and superior selection of hand-crafted beers.

Location: Cnr Essex and Gloucester Street, The Rocks NSW 2000

Beer DeLuxe Sydney

The name of this pub is pretty self-explanatory – enjoy a beer in a deluxe setting. Beer Deluxe proudly claim that everything they do, they do for beer. Head to one of Sydney’s best pubs at King Street Wharf for some incredible live music, over 150 international craft beers, alfresco dining and stunning harbour views.

Location: 9 Lime Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Edinburgh Castle Hotel Sydney

The Edinburgh Castle Hotel has been filling Sydney bellies since 1885. Paying tribute to its rich history – it was once known as Henry Lawson’s chosen writing nook – while also being a pioneer in the Sydney pub scene, ‘The Eddy’ offers everything you love in a Sydney CBD pub.

Location: 294 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000

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