Lurking below street level at 77 William Street Sydney you are likely to find this club crawling with creatures of the night. Its walls filled with curiosities club77 offers a tough exterior and always promises a night filled with mayhem. Club77 is a regular host to Alternative nigh BLINK and rave night Starfuckers. Club77 can be hired for private events or public events. Always open late and boasting drink prices which seem not to have changed since its doors opened, everything you have heard about this venue is true.
The Darlinghurst bar opened its doors to the public late January of 2010, and has since received an astonishing reception from bons vivants with a penchant for quality booze, fine cocktails and a general good time out.
Find us hidden discretely at the back of The Kirketon Hotel - 229 Darlinghurst Rd, Darlinghurst every day from 6pm til 1am, except for Sundays when service finishes at midnight.
Kudu is a venue which is edgy, yet comfortable – slick, yet not contemporary. A venue which endears itself to our guests social desires.
Our first level Lounge Bar is a comfy cosy lounge area which has plenty of seating and is generally good for an intimate gathering of up to about 50 people.
This bar is great for all occasions and is completely private and separate to the rest of the venue and has its own bar.
With a great terrace balcony overlooking Victoria Street and into Kings Cross, its a great spot to lounge and sip on delicious cocktails, or slide on into a night of chilled and funky tunes in a "hidden hole in the wall" venue.
Low 302: A comfortable, cozy and welcoming Cocktail Bar & Restaurant. (Atmospheric comfort by means of soft lounges, low lights, entertaining music and fresh food in combination with excellent drinks & cocktails)
Low Spirits: Good cocktails, superb selection of spirits, liqueurs & beers topped with a short & sharp wine list
Our award winning lounge has featured in many films and photo shoots. The Polo Lounge has a separate entrance and definitely has the “wow factor.” Polished oak parquet floors, double working fireplace, chesterfield couches and carved marble windows; this room resonate sophistication and is fully equipped for corporate launches, engagement parties and functions with private balcony with exciting views, mounted projector for slideshows or films and a CDJ table
A basement nightclub with chesterfield lounges, computerised LED walls, smart lights, coat check and a wicked sound system. With a diverse calendar of monthly events, The Underground is also available for private parties and has just undergone some exciting renovations.
The Oxford Hotel caters for all demographics and social occasions with 4 levels of entertainment venues right in the heart of Oxford St. The Oxford Hotel stands proudly at the center of the entertainment district and is the oldest and most established iconic hotel in Sydney.
The Oxford is equipped with a live performance/cabaret venue, gorgeous cocktail lounge, public bar with huge deck and a nightclub in the basement. The Oxford Hotel has a 24hr trading license.
Settle into a couch while gazing at the latest art exhibit, or get up on your feet when the live bands crash in, with a glass of wine, schooner of boutique beer, or perhaps a signature cocktail in hand. Adding to the cool culture clash is the inclusion of traditional Chinese homemade dumplings and dim sum on the menu, served with chopsticks and in bamboo boxes. Not a dumpling fanatic? They've got mezze and dip plates to share around too.
Phoenix would like to welcome you to the underground.
Dare to venture down a dark Oxford St staircase and find a subterranean world waiting for you, an intimate space which embodies the original spirit of Oxford St – a place for the beautiful misfits to meet, and a place for those with a surprisingly straight public face to get their freak on.
Phoenix is known for its heaving, sweaty, but always sexy dance floor, and its staunch refusal to give in to the cheesy music policies which dominate Oxford St today. Whether you're at Phoenix for a fashion week after party, an invites only rock show, or just a regular night out, you can be assured that we keep it nasty.
Q Sydney opened its doors in November of 1993 and has been party central ever since. From day one it has found a place in the hearts and minds of Sydney club goers. With a philosophy of being a venue that caters to everybody from the fun loving patron through to the ultra celebrity, it has managed to maintain a consistency normally unheard of in the life span of clubs. The concept of Q was to step away from a dedicated style and provide an alternative for people looking for a place to meet, talk, dance, have a drink, play a game of pinball or pool or more generally just to have fun. Many have commented on how comfortable they feel in the venue, which means that Q has hit its mark. In an environment of other venues throwing millions of dollars at development, Q has maintained a very bohemian feel which translates back to its original philosophy.
It's a place to go for the kind of geetars that make you want to move. With an ever-fresh line-up of bands, and the kind of people on the decks who you wish could program the soundtrack of your youth. The memories will be so sweet you will never want to wash your wrist again.
34B leads a double life - operating as one of Sydney's most established burlesque clubs, and also as the main dance floor for Q Bar. With a distinctly bohemian vibe, chandeliers are contrasted with a nest of disco balls, and candy striped poles bear red velvet curtains on the room's stage.
Since opening in 2005, 34B Burlesque has been at the forefront of the international burlesque revival, hosting performances from Australia's finest troupes and performers as well as some of the leading burlesque/cabaret performers from around the globe. From the dark and sultry to the sparkling and sexy to the downright hilarious, 34B hosts unique evenings of burlesque/vaudeville/tease entertainment to titillate anyone's tastes.
The newly renovated Nevada Lounge is a friendly bar with a pub-like atmosphere, perfect for a quiet afternoon beer or a starting point for a night clubbing in the city.
Grab a spot on a couch or pull up some of our flexibly arranged seating to a group of friends for Happy Hour from 5pm – 8pm every day, or head into our comfortable and spacious gaming lounge.
This beautiful art deco inner city bar offers comfort and class. You can grab a seat in the popular area, and watch as Taylor Square passes you by or have an intimate conversation in the cosy lounge area.
After a stylish revamp The Middle Bar in Darlinghurst has been made over into Lo-Fi, a bar and art gallery. Artistic without being snobby or swanky, Lo-Fi is a bar with a cosy balcony overlooking Taylors Square and Oxford Street. Open from Thursday to Sunday, the venue flaunts eclectic furnishings, an exhaustive cocktail list and an artsy decor. The perfect supplement to the trendy interior design is Lo-Fi's diverse taste in music.
What this joint offers is a place for you to wear whatever you feel like pulling out of your wardrobe. The people aren't pretentious. It's the simple pleasures that make a great night out at Chingalings. Grab some mates, a few bucks after work and have a night to remember forever!
Sharing can be hard, can't it? The last piece of calamari, that final falafel. "Oh no. you have it," you say to your dining companion, but you don't really mean it. Almond Bar can teach us all to share more generously. Maybe. Here, sharing isn't just an option; it's the whole point. The fun lies in being adventurous, ordering lots of separate little dishes, passing them around, tasting everything and experiencing spices and flavours together.
Retro nights and regular music events keep the eclectic punters piling into this semi-dingy haunt each weekend. Grab a beer and join the buzzing dance floor for some prime twisting.
Step beyond the brightly painted entrance and into this homely courtyard setting, where urban funksters lounge and laze, with chilled beers at their fingertips.
Reminiscent of a South American hostel, Cafe Lounge's rustic vibe is spiced with a touch of inner-city Sydney class. Bright blue and orange rendered walls leap out at you and the mood is always chilled and easygoing. Old-school upholstery and nick-nacks help this little bar escape the sterile, ultra-mod feel that seems to afflict many others in the area.
Inside, the space oozes a warm jazz-club feel, complemented by a retro organ and DJ decks, a cocktail bar awash with red light and the odd work of art. Greenery and decking give the open courtyard a backyard feel, and the laidback table service is hospitable.
The crowd is trendy but unpretentious; modest and covertly well-to-do. Everyone seems to adopt a slow and easy approach - kicking back, hanging out and soaking up the background beats.
Situated on the ground floor providing panoramic views of Oxford St, the Main Bar is the perfect place to meet friends and strangers for a drink after work, or to start your night out.
With an array of cocktails and carefully selected music policies varying from Thursday through to Sunday, the Lounge Bar on Level 1 caters to those with discerning tastes.
Modelled after the Berlin bar of the same name, the concept of beer and ping-pong is sure to prove a winner among Sydney-siders.
Sydney's oh-so-trendy Burton Street has again added to its expanding treasure-trove of quirky watering holes and welcomes Doctor Pong to the table - but not just any old table. This soon becomes clear as you near the modest Burton Street entrance and step inside, only to find yourself greeted by an impressive blue ping-pong table (thankfully, the "Pong" reference has nothing to do with the aroma of the kitchen fare).
The cute handwritten coasters, black leather chesterfields, DJ decks and retro ping-pong table centrepiece all work together to ensure that the surprisingly spacious concrete surrounds are still packed with a whole lot of character. And the philosophy at Doctor Pong is beaut: just "beer, beats and ping-pong".
This nightclub in the heart of Sydney's Pink Strip hosts promoters' nights and private functions. Dance till the wee hours of the morning, cocktail in hand.
A striking leopard print staircase beckons at the entrance to this Oxford Street haunt - and while such a lavish setting may daunt some, if you are willing to make the effort to the top, you will be duly rewarded.
Havana Club Deluxe is a sexy club filled with intimate circular lounges, log-style tables, palm trees, and lots of glam bar-goers. Formerly Suzie Q's, this nightspot changed hands in late 2005, and now attracts a loyal following for long nights of Caribbean-style merriment.
A massive dance floor commands the centre of the room and invites clubbers to embrace the DJ sounds of Latin-flavoured electro house that take hold every Friday and Saturday night. Meanwhile weary clubbers can take respite in the comfortable lounges that pepper the ornately styled room.
Three bars offer an array of bottled bevvies and local wines. The expert bar staff are also equipped to satisfy any cocktail fancier's whim, and with so many of them flaunting mysterious accents, you may well feel like you have landed yourself at some far-off Caribbean beachfront bar
Lotforty is the newest Tapas restaurant to Darlinghurst, Sydney. Hidden at the end of Kings Lane you’ll find a cosy little hole in the wall that serves contemporary tapas, wines and classic cocktails by candlelight.
Relaxed and Casual, Lotforty is the perfect place for a meal and drinks with friends.
This exotic restaurant/bar makes a topnotch cocktail. Try a Bellini-style Sugar Teddy (raspberries smashed with mint and topped with bubbly) or an amusingly titled Miss Panda Be-bo-chaaa, a rich and creamy concoction with hints of coffee, butterscotch and vanilla.
Immerse yourself in Italian style at the Peroni limited edition pop-up bar, running from October 20 to December 19. Guests can indulge in a selection of authentic Italian aperitivo designed to complement the premium Peroni beer.
This thumping nightclub will keep your body moving well into the wee hours of the morning.
Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to the world of Slide!
In here, life is beautiful and even the girls and boys are beautiful. For when you step beyond the flaming torches of Slide, the extraordinary awaits…a living playground of sensational excess and perpetual pleasure for both body and soul.
New South Wales Tourism welcomes Stonewall Hotel in Darlinghurst NSW 2010. Next time your in town pop in to their Darlinghurst venue whom provide a friendly relaxing restaurant and bar. Offering 7 nights of free entertainment, Stonewall Hotel is a great place to unwind with a cold drink. An ideal place to watch and forget about the hustle and bustle while you enjoy a snack from their menu.
Return from a great days adventure, to great food and warm hospitality.
The Art Lounge at Darlinghurst, is Sydney's sumptuous new venue of French infused cuisine. A vibrant restaurant and bar, The Art Lounge with its opulent furnishings and inner city location, has already become an institution.
The Art Lounge's enigmatic owner, Karim Gharbi, combines his French Algerian knowhow and award winning experience from the Gazebo Wine Garden and Sugar Mill Hotel to create a luxuriant atmosphere, that is affordable, accessible and zesty.
Come for a cocktail, stay on for dinner. You will be impressed and satisfied. The food is delicious and the service is fast and friendly. It's no surprise that the regulars have made The Art Lounge their number one venue.
With a showcase collection of paintings by resident artist, Charles Billich, The Art Lounge is a place to be pampered and an evening to be enjoyed.
This famous veteran club is an institution on Oxford Street. It's a must for those looking for a slice of the gay scene after dark in Sydney.
One of Darlo's more chic offerings, this charmingly narrow drinking den resurrected on the old L'otel site has a fantastic selection of cocktails and wines. Grab a spot at the marble, banquet-style table or slip into the candlelit lounge area.
The evolution of The Standard as a multi- purpose performance arts space is in essence a reclamation of its past history.
The Commons Local Eating House located in a heritage farmhouse in Darlinghurst, indulges Sydney locals with seasonally influenced, ingredient-focused cuisine, that combines local sensibility with European traditions. Our intimate cocktail bar “Downtown” is a hide away from the busy hustle and bustle of city life: enjoy a good ol’ drink and some of the best blues and jazz in town.
Hinky Dinks is a small bar in the Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst.
With an emphasis on approachable wines and fun drinks, Hinky Dinks embodies the enthusiastic spirit of the 1950s cocktail culture. A culture that knew a cocktail wasn't so much a drink as it was a fashion accessory. And that the Cocktail hour wasn't so much a time, but more a mood - a defiant stance against the demands of the nine-to-five. It's all about the difference between a glass of gin with an olive in it, and a Martini. The difference between a passing glance, and an invitation?
Described by Gourmet Traveller as the ‘great charmer of the new Sydney bar scene’ and awarded Best Small Bar 2013 by Time Out, The Hazy Rose is an intimate venue in which to celebrate your event. We have a range of options from single table bookings of ten people and up, to private parties that take over the whole venue. Whatever your group’s size and preferences, we pride ourselves in making your event a night to remember.
Red Lily Cocktail Function Venue & Bar is a modest and exclusive cocktail bar and party venue tucked away in a quiet Darlinghurst laneway, Sydney.
Reminiscent of old Saigon with its Indochine interior meets back room drinking parlour, Red Lily specialises in delectable Saigon street snacks paired with Asian-inspired drinks. The music and ambience is set to South-East Asia, playing classic soul and rare Asian vintage soul from the 50s, 60s and 70s, making this a unique destination.