Sydney’s hottest restaurants, pubs and bars: A look at what’s new and hot

Posted November 11, 2018 08:16:59 The year was 2017, and it seemed like the end of the world as we know it.

Then came the birth of the internet.

The internet was born, and while there were still lots of things to do, the internet was here to stay.

And, while it did have its fair share of problems, the technology was here and it was a big boon for the local economy.

We’re here to look at the best of Sydney’s hot spots, pubs, bars and cafes.

1.

The Old Hotel in The Rocks A few years ago, I came across a place I’d never heard of called the Old Hotel.

I’d been a fan of the local pubs in the city, and I loved the decor, but the Old was one of the best I’ve ever seen.

Inside, you could have a pint of beer, a few shots of whiskey, and maybe a few slices of bacon, or you could enjoy a burger, a hot dog or a slice of pizza.

The place was a classic pub, with an old-school feel.

I had a beer, and then I went outside and took a look at this amazing old-fashioned bar with an amazing view of the Sydney Harbour.

The restaurant itself was very rustic, with a small bar and some tables.

There was a wall of graffiti that said “Old Hotel” on it, and inside, the decor was absolutely stunning.

It’s the sort of place where you could take in a classic old-world vibe, and still feel like you were in the Victorian era.

The bar was well-stocked with classic cocktails, and the menu was huge.

The menu was so diverse, and varied from beer to food.

The wine list was also pretty incredible, and was constantly changing.

The food was fantastic, with the bar serving amazing burgers, chicken and waffles.

The decor was just great, and all of the staff were friendly and knowledgeable.

It was a perfect spot to sit down, relax and have a drink, and if you were lucky, order a slice.

I highly recommend it, especially if you’re in the area, and really want to stop for a drink and a bite.

2.

The Queen’s Head Pub on Parramatta Rd, The Rocks, Sydney CBD (near Parramattine Rd) The Queen has been in business since 1927, and has been one of Sydney, Sydney’s CBDs favourite pubs since 1972.

The pub was originally a cafe, and although it was closed down in 1992, the Queen’s remains one of those old pubs with a history.

It still remains open, and hosts an annual dinner every October.

This year’s event was a good way to kick off the New Year’s celebrations, with some tasty bites and some great beer.

The atmosphere was lovely and relaxed, and you could really enjoy a pint and a sandwich at the bar.

It has a big outdoor seating area with a couple of tables and chairs.

If you’re not a fan with a bigger beer list, there are plenty of great options on the bar too.

The kitchen was always packed, and everyone was super friendly.

The beer list was pretty extensive, and even though I had to wait a bit, I enjoyed the atmosphere.

The drinks were really tasty and I really enjoyed the food, too.

3.

The Tavern at The Rocks This old-timey bar in The Rock is a favourite for locals.

It also serves up some great cocktails and food, with their signature Bloody Mary and the Cocktail of the Year.

The tavern is really well-maintained and the walls are all white with chalk.

I’ve been to the pub several times, and there’s always something new to see and taste.

It doesn’t get too busy, and usually the staff are very nice and welcoming.

You can sit and relax and relax with a beer or a burger.

4.

The Cocktail Room at The Rock, Sydney, NSW, Australia (near Parliament St) Another classic pub.

This one is a little different from the other pub I’ve visited in Sydney.

The bartender is very knowledgeable about what’s on tap, and they also have a great bar menu.

The bartenders are all really friendly and you can always expect a great experience.

The space is very big, and is very laid back.

There are plenty in the bar area and outside, and this was definitely one of my favourite bars this year.

5.

The Bar at The Bar, Sydney (near The Rocks) I’ve always enjoyed going to bars in the Sydney CBD.

I love the food and atmosphere, and always enjoy a beer and a cocktail at one of these places.

This was a great place to try new drinks and explore.

I loved their Bloody Mary, and their signature cocktail, The Cocktails of the Month.

It really has the atmosphere of a Victorian bar, and with a large patio and outdoor seating, it’s one of