As 2016 comes to an end we take a look at the top 10 new Sydney bars that have made a statement during the year.
We’ve mentioned in our top 10 cocktail trends article for 2016 a return to putting the fun into drinking. These new bars are each offering a unique experience that leaves an everlasting impression.
Here are the Top 10 new Sydney bars presented in no particular order:
1. Charlie Parker’s
At Charlie Parker’s in Paddington, the team employs immersion circulators, vacuum chambers and rotovap to create distillates and flavours that go into the cocktails. More on Charlie Parker’s here.
A cocktail bar with a commercial soda factory on site, PS40 is where to go for innovative cocktails and flavours you didn’t know existed. More on PS40 here.
Lose your sense of time when you step into post war Paris at Kittyhawk in the CBD with a rum and rye focus, an award-winning fitout and a stellar team. More on Kittyhawk here.
4. Burrow Bar
Since they opened their astroturf covered doors, the Burrow Bar team have created a neighbourhood bar where guests feel right at home in the heart of the CBD. More on Burrow Bar here.
5. Moya’s Juniper Lounge
Moya’s Juniper Lounge in Redfern brings back sophisticated sipping in a old world setting and a cocktail list that pays homage to classics. More on Moya’s Juniper Lounge here.
6. The Long Goodbye
Wit its film noir setting with elegant interiors, ultrasonicator produced house-made liqueurs and infusions, and creative libations, The Long Goodbye lives up to its name. More on The Long Goodbye here.
7. Big Poppa’s
Italian food, hip hop and cheese, two cocktail bars and late night dining have make Big Poppa’s a favourite from day one. More on Big Poppa’s here.
8. Easy Eight
Easy Eight‘s second incarnation is all about a relaxed and friendly bar offering fun cocktails and well-priced bar food that make it your new happy place. More on Easy Eight here.
9. Jangling Jack’s
Good vibes, great cocktails and the best Trinidad Sour in town are just a few things that make Jangling Jack’s in Potts Point what every neighbourhood needs. More on Jangling Jack’s here.
Inspired by the grand plantation architecture of Cuba and modern vintage hotels of 1950’s Miami, Cuban-themed Hacienda bar brings a fresh breath of fresh air to Sydney’s hotel bar scene. More on Hacienda here.
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