Miro Tapas Bar is an underground venue on Liverpool St, in the city's Latin Quarter. The restaurant is centred around the long bar, where you can sip exclusively stocked Spanish wine, beer and liqueur...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/sydney-cbd/restaurant/miro-tapas-bar
Sydney city food and wine
Eating and drinking in Sydney's CBD
You'll find amazing wine and dine options wherever you look in Sydney's city centre. Discover rooftop restaurants, uber-cool hotel bars and a range of alfresco dining options, whether you're seeking casual fare or fine dining with a view.
Food and wine in the city centre
George Street is home to some of the city's best food and wine experiences. Be sure to have a drink at Glass Brasserie, the beautiful wine bar and restaurant in the Hilton Sydney overlooking the domes of the Queen Victoria Building. With a wine cellar reaching the ceiling, it's deliciously decadent. Zeta Bar, a lively club on weekends, is one level up. Also on George Street is the glamorous Ivy Pool Club, a rooftop bar where you can lounge in a cabana and enjoy a cocktail by the pool.
Close by, The Rook is a late-night rooftop eatery on York Street that features lobster and burgers. Explore Spanish tapas bars on Liverpool Street to unassuming Regent Place just next door, where you'll find terrific dumplings at Chef's Gallery, noodles and sushi at TonTon plus up-market Japanese at Azuma. Tucked away below this eating mezzanine is one of the city's newest small bars, Assembly Bar, which boasts a top wine list and innovative bar snacks – try the gourmet hot dogs.
Walk down to Clarence Street and stop by two of the city's secret little bars. The Baxter Inn is styled like an American saloon and serves classic cocktails, while Grandma's is kitsch but cool. There aren't many bars in the city where you can sip a Papa Doble daiquiri and nibble on a cheese jaffle!
Prefer a more casual vibe? Down a tiny side street off George Street, you'll find Grasshopper, a clubhouse-style basement bar where the no-frills cocktails are served in jam jars and punters perch on mismatched retro lounges. Further down George Street is the well known Establishment Bar and the colonial-themed Gin Garden.
At The Rocks, enjoy a cocktail at Saké in the Argyle Centre heritage building, or try a local beer at the Hero of Waterloo, one of Sydney's oldest pubs. On Fridays, you'll want to bring a healthy appetite to The Rocks Foodies Market and its mouth-watering stalls! The fun (and the exquisite food) continues on Saturdays and Sundays at The Rocks' Weekend Markets.
Craft beer is a growing trend all across Australia, and Sydney is no different. Two of the most popular small breweries are the Lord Nelson in the Rocks and 4 Pines in Manly. Harts Pub in the city centre is a great place to try different craft brews from across the country.
For the best views in the city, nothing beats having a drink or a bite to eat at Circular Quay. Opera Bar is a thriving place on weeknights, with live music and unrivalled views of the Sydney Opera House. If you prefer something a little quieter, try Guylian for a Belgian hot chocolate.
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GRAIN is a sleek bar that has taken up residence in the lobby of the luxurious Four Seasons hotel. GRAIN brings a strong local bar feel to the city's harbour front, sporting an eye-catching central is...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/sydney-cbd/restaurant/grain-bar-at-four-seasons
Baked goods have taken on new life at the Central Baking Depot. From the fresh organic bread to decadent brownies and croissants, even the sweetest of sweet-lovers will be satisfied. To spread the pas...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/sydney-cbd/restaurant/central-baking-depot-city
Located at the top of Sydney Tower, 360 Bar and Dining Room is one of the world's top contemporary fine-dining destinations where the unique rotating floor ensures uninterrupted 360 degree views of Sy...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/sydney-cbd/restaurant/360-bar-and-dining
On the second level of Sydney's iconic Queen Victoria Building stands Fat Buddha, the home of authentic Cantonese cuisine. The dining room reflects the grandeur of restaurants from old Shanghai with l...https://www.bestrestaurants.com.au/nsw/sydney/sydney-cbd/restaurant/fat-buddha