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Tone

16 Wentworth Avenue, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Tone is Sydney’s newest small bar, performance space and restaurant located in one of the oldest warehouse spaces in Surry Hills. Designed to cater for discerning music lovers, artists and party people, Tone has been restored to the original 1920s aesthetic with a contemporary twist through street art laden walls, state of the art lighting design and a truly world class P.A. system.

Our mission is simple – to provide a rich experience in a quality environment with great food and drinks at reasonable prices. We love music. We love art. We love food. We love a good drink.

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The Gaelic Club

64 Devonshire Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

The Gaelic has played host to dance parties, product launches, fashion shows, burlesque and cabaret events, theatre, comedy, corporate functions and other private parties. And of course, the cream of International and Australian touring bands continue to grace the Gaelic’s stage.

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Clock Hotel

470 Crown Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Hello, good times! You can say many things about the legendary Clock Hotel, but, if you can’t have fun here, well then, you are hard to please. Let’s start with that wraparound balcony. While getting a seat here may require precision timing and an immense amount of luck, once you have experienced drinking from this vantage point on Crown Street, it’s a little hard to ever drink indoors again. The people watching is superb, especially while sipping on the Clock Hotel Martini, while the sun gently sets.

Do not despair if said balcony is full up. There are plenty of inviting areas at the Clock and the booths in the Street Bar are very obliging if there is a few of you. Even though it can get pretty rowdy in here of a Friday night, a surprisingly laidback feel is maintained. However, come midweek if it’s a quiet drink you’re in need of. Better still, sojourn to the Pool Bar to shoot some stick and keep an eye on the game. The Pool Bar has several plasma screens to keep the sports mad well contented.

The Clock is a big renovated pub that caters to a mixed clientele, who range from business men in suits to more casual types who want to leave the working week as far behind as possible. It’s kind of hip at times, without being too painful, and you don’t have to be under 30 to feel at home here.

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Dome Bar

589 Crown Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Eclectic, warm and decadent, DOME is the perfect place to enjoy live preformances, unwinde with friends or host a private party, corporate celebration or business conference in one of Sydney's most beautiful bars and function rooms.
Decked out with a glamorous glass bar, gold ceiling, eighteenth-century French chandeliers, one-off pieces of furniture and a grand Baroque mural, DOME is all at once elegant and contemporary, quirky and alluring.
DOME has professional staff who deliver Sydney’s most impeccable service to ensure your event is stress free, flawless and most importantly an enjoyable experience.

Our specialist function team is here to cater to all your requirements whether that is day time conferences, film shoots right through to birthdays and engagements.

Our service includes customising our functions menus, wine and cocktail list as well as assisting in the layout to suit your event.

We can arrange cakes, decorations, white boards, projectors and themed nights plus much more to ensure your event is one your guests will not forget.

Our professional kitchen team are on hand to create delicious platters, canapés, tapas, finger food, pub lunch favourites and diet specific menus.

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Upstairs Beresford

Level 1, Beresford, 354 Bourke Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Inspired by some of New York’s finest live music venues, Upstairs Beresford was designed to ensure that performers -as well as their audience- have the time of their lives. With decadent décor, state of the art technology and a full suite of backstage amenities, Upstairs Beresford has become a firm favourite among music fans and artists alike.

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York 75

Level 2, Hotel CBD, 75 York Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

With mahogany walls, deep Chesterfield sofas and private booths, it’s like stepping off Boston Common into a classic collegiate bar. With twenty screens –two in 3D- you’re sure to find some great seats, the perfect beer and that sport you love.

York 75’s private booths seat up to eight, with personal LED screens and full waitress service.

Even though we’re on the second floor, Bar 75’s in-house sports betting, on-site TAB and extended trading license mean you won’t miss a thing.

Our staff’s sole aim is to make sure that everything is taken care of so you can get on with the game. It’s a sports bar after all, so we know you’ve come to play.

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505

280 Cleveland Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Having now been in our new venue for 2 and a half years, Venue 505 is continuing to go from strength to strength, presenting the best live Jazz, Roots, World, Funk, Gypsy, Latin, instrumental and vocal entertainment in town.

We are thrilled to continue to work and grow with fellow music organisation Jazzgroove, now in its 14th year, it’s Tuesday program at 505 is committed to presenting quality music to an increasingly enthusiastic audience.

Also, don’t forget to check out our Monday monthly residencies with Bernie McGann and The John Harkins Trio, Brian Campeau and notable others rotating throughout the weeks. And if that wasn’t enough, there is also the monthly Eastside Radio live broadcast happening on the 2nd Thursday of every month.

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Players Bar

589 Crown Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

PLAYERS is your relaxed Surry Hills local. Offering a fantastic 24-hour gourmet Pizza menu, bar snacks, weekly specials, happy hours and promotions. Want the full VIP treatment? Become a member now!

Want somewhere to watch the big game? PLAYERS shows every major sporting event on two 150cm big screens for your enjoyment.
For those that like a punt, PLAYERS features the latest TAB and KENO facilities as well as our indoor and outdoor gaming lounge.

Play

72 Campbell Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Nestled in the once decrepit & defunkt lower west-syde of Surry Hills, a new flowering small bar district is emerging. PLAY BAR SYDNEY is housed in the old “Chess Discount Store”, which tale be told in the 1930’s was also an old Chinese opium den (though fortunately you no longer need your pipes and lamps).

Upon locating the 4 moons, you enter through a beautiful, large black timber door and are led down an unassuming stair into the one of the best kept secrets in Sydney.

The decor looks decidedly like it once belonged in old factories, with old iron crank tables and trestles. Decorated with skate decks & a fresh graf collab, courtesy Beastman & Numskull. The bar is warmly lit with cool old incandescent bulbs, wall washes & candles, that enhance the exposed raw brick & wooden rafters. A pair of 1200’s with a ghetto-blaster fold-back sit in the corner & an epic old skool hiphop montage in the amenities. PLAYBAR’s look shifts entirely from so many of the clean cut or prohibition style bars that exist now in the CBD, into a more old-flava, London underground style venue. We play James Brown, funk, broken-beat, hippity-hop, soul, reggae, drum n’ bass and proper house…. & we play it on records.

Vasco

421 Cleveland Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
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Play Bar

Basement, 72 Campbell Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

Nestled in the once decrepit & defunkt lower west-syde of Surry Hills, a new flowering small bar district is emerging. PLAY BAR SYDNEY is housed in the old “Chess Discount Store”, which tale be told in the 1930’s was also an old Chinese opium den (though fortunately you no longer need your pipes and lamps).

Upon locating the 4 moons, you enter through a beautiful, large black timber door and are led down an unassuming stair into the one of the best kept secrets in Sydney.

The decor looks decidedly like it once belonged in old factories, with old iron crank tables and trestles. Decorated with skate decks & a fresh graf collab, courtesy Beastman & Numskull. The bar is warmly lit with cool old incandescent bulbs, wall washes & candles, that enhance the exposed raw brick & wooden rafters. A pair of 1200’s with a ghetto-blaster fold-back sit in the corner & an epic old skool hiphop montage in the amenities. PLAYBAR’s look shifts entirely from so many of the clean cut or prohibition style bars that exist now in the CBD, into a more old-flava, London underground style venue. We play James Brown, funk, broken-beat, hippity-hop, soul, reggae, drum n’ bass and proper house…. & we play it on records.

Bar H

80 Campbell Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

The Winking Lizard

28 Chalmers, Surry Hills NSW 2010
The Winking Lizard has an eclectic atmosphere with comfy lounges and copious tables and chairs. This unique space with graffiti art, brick walls, stone floors and a 60?s record player with a collection of 300 vinyls for you to play really complete the experience. Open daily from 11.30am till late, we serve big plates of the best food 7-days per week. The Winking Lizard is located opposite Central Station in Sydney?s Surry Hills, and is next door to Bounce Hotel and Sydney Dental Hospital. For group bookings or functions please contact us on 9212 0006 or manager@thewinkinglizard.com.au

Hotel Clarendon

156 Devonshire, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Hotel Clarendon is a modern bar and bistro offering a tasty menu of pasta, salads, burgers, pizzas and drinks including cocktails, beers and wine. There are three plasma screens in the bar so you can be sure to catch all the action of the major sporting events or you can play pool for just $1 during happy hour. Poker comps and trivia nights are also part of the weekly entertainment.

Hollywood Hotel

2 Foster, Surry Hills NSW 2010
The Hollywood Hotel in Surry Hills, run by real life silver screen star Doris Goddard who has been known to pull out her guitar and entertain the crowds at this hidden gem. The atmosphere is friendly and vibrant with a good crowd of regulars and a line up of live bands playing weekly.

Ding Dong Dang Karoake

7 Randle, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Ding Dong Dang is one of Sydney's more notorious karaoke bars with a look and vibe all its own. Located far from the buzz of the city but just around the corner from Central station, regulars won't go anywhere else!