Being a digital marketing and PR agency in Surry Hills has allowed us to not only be walking distance from the bustling city, but also be arms reach from fantastic bars and pubs scattered throughout Surry Hills’ leafy streets. Surry Hills is notorious for having some of the best watering holes in Sydney and we agree. Whether it be a celebratory lunch or after work drinks, we have checked out a lot of great places to grab a drink and some food with co-workers and friends. The fact that we also offer restaurant PR in Sydney guarantees that we know what we are talking about. Here are our top 5 pubs and bars in Surry Hills that we love going to.
Offering a subtle nautical-chic theme, this snug bar is docked on Foveaux Street and is only metres from our office. Their quirky and strong cocktails for Pirates, Land Lovers and Sailors are great for celebrating the end of the week and starting the weekend right. They also have a great selection of cheese and meat share platters to nibble on whilst sipping on your drink in their plush, candlelit booths. Sail over to Button Bar at 65 Foveaux Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010. houseofpocket.com.au/bars/button-bar-surry-hills/venue-details
Royal Albert Hotel
Royal Albert Hotel is where to go when you need to satisfy your craft beer, handmade pies and dumpling cravings all at once. Pub grub has come a long way and this cosy pub showcases how through their extensive list of craft beers, ales and ciders. But don’t be fooled by their contemporary and pan-Asian menu, the Royal Albert is very much a true local pub with friendly staff and good tunes. You can find the Royal Albert Hotel at 140 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010. royalalberthotel.com.au
Tucked away off Commonwealth Street on Belmore Lane, this bar specialises in Japanese whiskeys, sake and beers. What we really love about this place is all the delicious Japanese bar snacks on offer like katsu nuggets with mayo dip, eggplant skewers glazed in sweet miso sauce and pork belly yakitori. This small bar is a little gem in Surry Hills and we’re pretty chuffed to have found it before the rest of Sydney has. Tokyo Bird is located on Commonwealth Street and Belmore Lane, Surry Hills NSW 2010. tokyobird.com.au
If you’re in the mood to be transported back in time to the 1950s and live in the era of Happy Days then look no further than Fonzarelli’s, an entire bar inspired by the Fonz. Complete with vintage booths, a jukebox and an original 1950s café racer, the bar creates Happy Days-inspired cocktails like Correctamundo, MF Chachi and Ritchie Valens. After a few of these you might be tempted to get swingin’ on the dancefloor, we don’t blame you. Head on over to Fonzarelli’s at 65/67 Foveaux Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010. fonzarellis.com.au
El Loco at Excelsior
Located in the Excelsior Hotel, El Loco is the perfect option for a laid-back lunch or casual after work drinks during the warmer months. This Mexican Cantina offers all the classic street-style Mexican food like tacos, nachos and quesadillas as well as Mexican-inspired hot dogs, burgers and salads. For a lazy Friday arvo after work we would recommend sharing The Jugarita (a cocktail jug) and sitting outside in their tropical garden sanctuary. Discover El Loco at Excelsior at 64 Foveaux Street,k Surry Hills NSW 2010. merivale.com.au/venues/excelsior
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