Catch up with your friends and work buddies over some great food and drink options before they all head off on their Christmas breaks.
If you’re looking for some starters, try out a couple of our top picks where you’re sure to get caught up in the festivities.
The Doss House
Cheers the festive season in a fortified whisky cave built in a former storehouse/opium den/hospital/cobbler that dates back to 1847. This vintage affair is the best place to drink whisky around the harbour.
Sake Restaurant & Bar
For something extra special head to Saké Restaurant & Bar for an ultimate dining experience. The menu balances washoku (traditional Japanese cuisine) with modern elements. Enjoy the “chef’s selection” banquets, cocktails or sushi at the bar.
There is no pub in Sydney with more iconic views than The Glenmore. While other pubs and bars may rely on glitz and glamour, The Glenmore’s old world charm radiates across its multiple levels.
The Endeavour Tap Rooms
This brewery meets restaurant to serve up award-winning brewed beer, sumptuous smoked meats and meals for all appetites. It’s chic interiors and outdoor seating, make this pub an exciting establishment.
Enjoy a laneway Christmas feast of wood-fired grilled meats, seafood and small plates. With the pit embers glowing, expect an intimate time with friends and family.
The Cut Bar & Grill
Award-winning chef James Privett heads up the kitchen in this New York-inspired steak restaurant. Here you’ll be served up the finest cuts of Australian beef and sustainable seafood.
Take the first doorway on the right in Kendall Lane, follow the stairs and you’ve found Mrs. Jones, The Rocks newest cocktail bar.
Forget the traditional Christmas feast for a legendary tex-mex fiesta. There are big flavours and even bigger margaritas to enjoy with your friends and family.