Top 5 Bars In Sydney That You Can’t Miss

Whether you have finished your working day or you are in a trip, nothing better than ending the day by relaxing a little and enjoying a couple of beers with friends. And it is not all work or study, you have to enjoy the trip ! And that’s why we made the selection of the top 5 of the best bars in Sydney for all those who want to go out for drinks or have a snack in the city!

1. Ramblin ‘Rascal Tavern

If we talk about the best bars in Sydney it is impossible not to mention this underground bar that is located at the corner of Park and Elizabeth Street, in the heart of the city. It is set with diving elements and ornaments, leather details, exposed brick walls and dim lighting, with a bit of rock in the background. It stands out for serving cognac of excellent quality in addition to other drink options.

In addition, they have several hamburger options, which has a very good reputation and some snacks to snack on! Excellent place to enjoy good drinks with friends, after work, or at night.

You can visit Ramblin ‘Rascal Tavern from Monday to Wednesday from 4pm to 12am, Thursday from 4pm to 2am, Friday from 12pm to 2am and Saturdays from 4pm to 2am.

2. The Lobo Plantation

Another underground bar. With a setting and decoration of vintage and Caribbean really impressive! You go down the stairs and dive into another time. The star of this bar is rum . They serve as many types and labels as you can imagine!

In addition, some free banana chips are offered to accompany the drinks that everyone says are delightful! The menu of meals is not very wide, but among its few options, empanadas and ceviche stand out!

The bar is located in a basement on Clarence Street 209, just a couple of blocks from Ramblin ‘Rascal. You can visit The Lobo Plantation from Monday to Saturday from 4 pm to 1 am .

3. Bulletin Place Bar

This bar is located in Bulletin Place, level 1 (10-14). It is a bar with style and decontracted and rustic atmosphere. Its walls look “neglected”, which give the place a touch, along with the many paintings that adorn the space.

The main feature of this place is that its drinks and cocktails menu changes daily ! So is! Every day they have a new proposal of at least 5 cocktails for their visitors, strictly made with local products! behind the bar, the names and characteristics of the 5 options are noted daily.

In addition, they also offer a variety of Australian wines and beers, also Australian of course! As for beers, 3 varieties are offered that change every 2 weeks. Everything is always fresh and quality!

You can visit Bulletin Place Bar Tuesday and Wednesday from 4pm to 12am, Thursday and Friday from 4pm to 1am and Saturdays from 4pm to 12am. On Sundays and Mondays it stays closed.

4. The Baxter Inn

We add another underground bar to this list! The Baxter Inn is tucked away under the streets of downtown Sydney, located at Clarence Street, Basement 152-156. Whiskey is the king of the house . There really are so many options that perhaps the year of visa duration is not enough to try them all!

As you can see in the photo, whiskey labels range from the ceiling to the height of the bar, or even more! In this whiskey you can choose to enjoy whiskey alone or in different options of very elaborate drinks. There are free pretzels to accompany any drink.

In addition, they also serve traditional cocktails, for those who are not whiskey lovers. To keep in mind, the music is usually a little loud, but it is a great place to enjoy a meeting with friends or why not, alone! You can visit The Baxter Inn from Monday to Saturday from 4 pm to 1 am

5. Old Mate’s Place

Old Mate’s Place is a bar very close to The Lobo Plantation! It is located on Clarence Street 199, level 4. This place consists of a part of a closed space , with a large bar full of a combination of bottles and old books! The lighting is dim and the tables are with leather seats to share.

And on the other hand, there is the terrace . A beautiful space to enjoy the outdoors, set and decorated with just enough to be a cozy place. There is another bar of drinks there, and at night they turn on some lights around them and make the terrace the ideal place to enjoy a good drink!

In addition, there are food options: sandwiches and a variety of cheeses and cold cuts. You can enjoy signature drinks, classics and there are also a variety of beers.

You can visit Old Mate’s Place from Tuesday to Wednesday from 5 pm to 2 am, Thursday to Saturday from 12 pm to 2 am and Sundays from 2 pm to 2 am Mondays are closed.

Any other proposals?

This was our selection of bars to visit, enjoy and taste drinks, cocktails and beers in Sydney, an inevitable circuit for those who visit the city! Anyway, we know that Sydney is so great that the bar options are endless, so, to the Yomeanimers who are already there, we ask you , do you recommend any other place?

You can add your own selection of bars in the comments below, and also if you have already visited any of those mentioned in our article, you can tell us what you think of your experience ?