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Fortune of War Hotel

137 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000

Whilst retaining its old world charm and hamper style bar, the hotel has built an enviable reputation, with tourists and locals alike, for providing warm traditional service in a cozy, heritage bar.

As the oldest continuously licensed public hotel in Sydney the Fortune of War is embodied in the history of Sydney.

The bar has a "colourful" reputation, which includes being the first and last port of call of generations of Australian soldiers involved in theatres of conflict. The Fortune of War has a long term reputation as a popular "first and last stop ashore" for sailors and the troops of the Australian Armed Forces who were to experience the 'fortune of the war' when they departed Sydney Cove to defend their country.

P J O'Brien's Irish Pub

57 King St, Sydney NSW 2000
PJ O’Briens is a buzzing, welcoming Irish pub in the heart of Sydney CBD. With many beers on tap, wine, live entertainment, pub fare, sports and trivia, it is a great location for lively nights and group events.

Diethnes Greek Restaurant

336 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000
Diethnes Greek Restaurant has been serving quality Greek cuisine for over 50 years. Choose form our selection of meat and seasoned dishes, or have both with our Diethnes Special; a combination of Greek lamb and our selection of seasoned dishes. Our Haloumi makes a fantastic dish to start or try the grape vine leaves stuffed with rice and fragrant herbs. We are fully licensed and offer a wine list that both compliments and enhances the array of flavors present in our dishes. Wine can be purchased by the glass and we also offer an impressive list of cocktails and beers. We are located in the Sydney CBD, Pitt Street Mall. Next time you want authentic Greek cuisine, think Diethnes.


32/289 Sussex St, Sydney NSW 2000
21sts, 18ths, engagements, birthdays of all kinds, Xmas parties and the rest are catered for by Partystar's comprehensive directory of bars, clubs, pubs, cafes and restaurants. If you want cheap, free or top notch you can sort by budget and if you want a DJ or BYO food you can check that out also. Circular Quay, Darling Harbour, Green Square, Kings Cross the CBD and beyond are all covered.

Saxons Training Facilities

10, 10 Barrack St, Sydney NSW 2000
Conveniently located in the heart of Sydney's CBD, Saxons Training Facilities Sydney features a range of fresh, bright and spacious rooms offering a customised approach to training. With high-speed wireless internet in common areas and fibre optic connections to computer labs and trainers desks, our training rooms offer a seamless learning environment.

Australian Wine Centre

1 Alfred St, Sydney NSW 2000
The Australian Wine Centre was established in 1987 and is situated in the heart of Sydney at Circular Quay. For over twenty five years we have endevoured to provide our customers with the latest and greatest on the Australian wine scene. It has been - and still is - a relentless pursuit to seek out the most innovative and quality-driven wine producers in the country whilst also paying homage to the established flag-bearers. During this time we have also built an enviable reputation for our ability to ship wine abroad. Over the years we have spent a lot of time developing this service to such an extent that we consider it to be unrivalled. Currently, we ship to over thirty countries, door-to-door around the globe.

Three Wise Monkeys Pub

555 George St, Sydney NSW 2000
Once stepping into 3 Wise Monkeys on George street, you are entering a unique experience, with each level expressing its individuality with creative settings and extensive drink lists. Each bar providing something a little bit different to the next, so each visit is personalised. These bars is very reasonably priced, in addition, each day there are food and drink specials encouraging every patron to try something new.

The Menzies Sydney

14 Carrington St, Sydney NSW 2000
Located within the Menzies Hotel in Sydney;s CBD, Sporters Bar, as the name indicates, is a haven for lovers of sport. It features ten monitors which keep punters informed of the latest sports events and scores, as well as big screen TV’s showing continuous sporting event coverage. Pool tables and pinball machines are also in the mix. If hungry, a bistro offers pub classics.

Paradiso Terrace & Cafe

IBM Cntr 201 Sussex St, Sydney NSW 2000