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7 of Sydney's Best Bars – A boozy guide

Enjoying a cocktail or a good brew of beer can sometimes seem a bit dull at the usual bar you visit. How about trying out the best 7 bars in Sydney for a change of view and ambience?

1

Corridor

Located in Newtown, Corridor opened in 2010 and has been a popular place since. Famous for their cheesy bacon potato skins which pair almost perfectly with their carefully curated cocktails, it's the ideal bar for a change of scenery as the deco is complete with fairy lights; promising a rather dim-quiet ambience. Head over to the Corridor to unwind and relax mid-week!

2

Paragon Hotel

Presenting: a rooftop bar with a view of the glistening city lights! Enjoy tropical beats and you toss back a couple of cocktails or beer mugs accompanied by the bar's favourite bites to eat. Attracting the after-work crowd, this chic bar is ideal for those looking to watch the night sky light up with stars while in the company of friends or loved ones. End your busy work week away from your brooding boss with a cocktail or two!

3

The Winery

Decorated with fairy lights, head over to The Winery, an urban gem offering you more than 30 perfect wines to choose from to keep you company. Their staff will help pick out a dish from the food menu which pairs well with your wine. Located a 9-minute walk from Oaks on Castlereagh and other nearby Sydney hotels, you won't even have to worry about taking a cab home or driving after your night at The Winery. The walk will also be helpful if the wine gets to your head!

4

The Baxter Inn

The Baxter Inn, though offers a wide range of cocktails and wines, is only famous for one thing: whisky. Known as the best whisky bar in town, it's located on Clarence Street. This underground whisky cellar is ideal for your group of mates to catch up on the latest news while buzzing over a good whisky.

5

La Rivage Pool Bar

Combining the best of both worlds, La Rivage Pool Bar offers you a pool and a rooftop bar to enjoy your creative cocktails or bold wines while enjoying the views of the Sydney Darling Harbour. The 20m infinity pool is ideal for a swim to escape the heat in the afternoon and creates a lovely setting at night.

6

The Dolphin Wine Bar

What better way to kick back and relax after a stressful week than at The Dolphin Wine Bar?! Enjoy comfort food and a bottle of wine with your partner or best friend as you take in the sounds of the city and enjoy the delectable food and wines from the menu. The wine bar is located in Surry Hills.

7

Butter

The Butter bar, also found in Surry Hills is your ideal hipster bar, featuring classy cocktails and fried chicken. Some of their favourite combinations include Dom Perignon and crumb fried chicken that serves as the ideal snack! Diners must also try their towering burgers which ooze flavours!

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