What Are Sydney's Best Bars To Have A Nite Out

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Are you looking for some fun in the big cities? Are you tired of being stuck in the same bar all the time? Well, don’t worry because there are plenty of cool places to hang out in Australia’s major cities. Here are my top 10 picks of Sydney’s Best Bars to meet people.

Whether you’re travelling solo or with friends, there are plenty of cool bars where you can enjoy a drink, dance the night away, and meet new people.

While visiting Sydney, I was able to find some pretty interesting spots.

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There are so many things to consider when choosing the perfect spot.

  1. First off, location matters. If you live in a small town, the closest pub might be the only option. However, if you live in a large city, you can always hit a sports bar.
  2. Second, the kind of crowd you want to attract matters. If you’re looking for a party atmosphere, go to a nightclub. On the other hand, if you’re looking to meet someone special, then opt for a quiet little bar.
  3. Third, how much money do you have? If you’re broke, you should probably stick to the local pubs. On the other hand, if you have a credit card, you can head straight into a fancy lounge bar.
  4. Fourth, what kind of music do they play? Is it loud enough to drown out everyone else? Or does it match your mood?
  5. Fifth, what drinks do they serve? Beer, wine, cocktails, spirits, etc.?
  6. Sixth, what do you look like? Some bars are better suited to certain types of guys.
  7. Seventh, what’s the dress code? Will you need a jacket? Pants? Jeans? Dress shirt? T-shirt?
  8. Eighth, what’s your budget? If you’ve got $10 left, you can head to a cheap pub. If you’ve saved up $100, you can head to an expensive restaurant.
  9. Ninth, what’s going on that night? If nothing is happening, you can always chill at home. But if something is exciting going on, you can always check out the latest events.
  10. Tenth, what’s nearby? If you’d rather stay close to home, you can always head to a mall.

Now that we’ve covered everything let’s talk about the best bars in each Australian city.

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Here are my Top 20 picks for the best bars in Sydney Area

When you travel to a new city, sometimes you want to go out drinking and dancing, but you also want to see what else the area has to offer. If you’ve never been to Sydney before, I recommend checking out Bondi Beach.

Bondi Beach is located on Sydney’s North Shore, so if you want something different from the inner suburbs, head north. There is no shortage of fantastic bars and clubs in the area.

Bars include:

  1. Bar 20 – Located at the beachfront, this is one of the most incredible places to go for drinks. They serve up delicious cocktails and have live DJs playing most nights of the week.
  2. The Old Fitzroy – This is another great spot to chill out after work. The interior is decorated with vintage furniture, and they have a fantastic beer selection.
  3. The Stork Club – This is a really popular spot amongst locals, especially during the summer months. With live music every Friday and Saturday night, it is a must-visit.
  4. The Vines – This is another cool bar that serves delicious cocktail creations. The food menu offers everything from burgers to salads and pasta dishes.
  5. The Lazy Susan – If you love good food and amazing views, you should check out this restaurant. The service is friendly, and the staff is super helpful.
  6. Jumbo’s – Located in the heart of Kings Cross, Jumbo’s is a vast, modern venue with a large variety of entertainment options. Most nights feature live music, making it the perfect spot to see your favourite artist perform.
  7. The Basement Bar & Restaurant – This cocktail lounge offers a relaxed atmosphere with friendly staff. There’s also a lovely outdoor area and plenty of space inside for mingling.
  8. Bondi Icebergs – This is a popular beachside restaurant and bar located near Bondi Beach. The vibe at Bondi Icebergs is laid back and casual. However, it does offer good food and drinks.
  9. The Cat Club – If you’re looking for a classy nightclub experience, then head to the Cat Club. This is another excellent option for those who love dancing the night away.
  10. The Ivy – Located right in the middle of Oxford Street, The Ivy is a hipster hotspot. The venue is split into two sections -- the front room is a café serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, whereas the main room hosts DJ sets.
  11. The Old Fitzroy Tavern – The Old Fitzroy Tavern serves up classic pub fare and offers an extensive selection of craft beer. It’s also situated in a beautiful heritage building.
  12. The Paddington Inn – Located in the heart of Paddington, The Paddington Inn is a lively Irish pub. With its dark wood interior and jukebox, it’s the perfect place to catch a game of darts.
  13. The Ritzy Social Club – This trendy club is located in Surry Hills. It attracts a young, diverse crowd with regular events, including karaoke, trivia nights, and comedy shows.
  14. The Union Hotel – The Union Hotel is one of the oldest pubs in Australia. It features traditional pub grub and local ales.
  15. Vue de Monde – For something unique, try Vue de Monde. This rooftop bar overlooks the city skyline and offers incredible views.
  16. Bitter End – The first thing I noticed when I walked into this pub is how clean the place was. There were only six tables occupied at any given moment. As I started talking to the bartender, he seemed very friendly. He recommended four different beers from around the world, ranging from $5 to $15 per pint. I chose a German beer called Pilsner Urquell (which translates to ‘the original pure spring water’) and a Belgian beer called Chimay White. Both tasted fantastic.
  17.  Prince Alfred – Located right near Central Station, Prince Alfred is a good spot if you’re looking for cheap drinks and a casual atmosphere. They serve food, but it’s nothing special.
  18.  The Corner Hotel – This pub is located within walking distance of Bondi Beach. It’s also close to the beach club, which means you’ll have easy access to the sand if you need to go back out after drinking.
  19.  The Old Bar – If you’re looking to party hard, The Old Bar is a great place to start. The music ranges from hip-hop to rock, and they play live bands every week.
  20.  The Black Swan – This place is perfect for those who love sports. It often hosts sporting events, and they have TVs everywhere so you can watch whatever game you want.

I visited these locations and ranked them based on how much they stood out from the rest. My criteria included the number of girls hanging around, crowd size, quality drinks, food, ambience, etc.

Of course, this list isn’t exhaustive, so if you know of any cool bars that should be added to this list, please feel free to leave a comment below.

So whether you’re looking for a nice location, an excellent atmosphere, or a good mix of both, there are plenty of Sydney’s Best bars to choose from.

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