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Bars in Sydney

Looking for the best bars in Sydney to grab a drink and enjoy the nightlife? Look no further! Whether you're after a cozy cocktail bar, a trendy rooftop spot with stunning views, or a lively pub with great beer selection, Sydney has it all. With so many options to choose from, how do you decide which bars to visit in Sydney? Let us help you narrow down your choices and discover the top bars in this vibrant city. Whether you're a local looking for a new favorite spot or a visitor wanting to experience Sydney's bar scene, we've got you covered.

1. Cantina OK!, Sydney

Cantina Ok! Cocktails

This bar specializes in agave spirits - alongside an impressive margarita, Cantina OK! boasts a line-up of other specialty tequila cocktails. Be aware, the bar is small, and most of the customers stand at the bar.

2. Re, Sydney

Re - Cocktail

Re is a cocktail bar with a higher purpose - to help end food waste. They turn unwanted produce into interesting drinks and cocktails. Support a worthy cause while sipping on one of their latest creations. A renowned venue.

3. The Baxter Inn, Sydney

The Baxter Inn Bottles

With over 600 whiskeys, The Baxter Inn has made a name for itself as one of the world's premier whiskey bars. An enthusiast's paradise, but even non-whiskey lovers will enjoy their range of other cocktails. Free pretzels are a nice touch.

4. Maybe Sammy, Sydney

Maybe Sammy - Interior 1

Maybe Sammy is an upscale cocktail bar of renown - enough to warrant a spot on the 'World's 50 Best Bars' list. The venue's premise is inspired by the three-martini lunch. Enjoy live music over the weekend, and daily happy hours.

5. The Rose Hotel, Sydney

The Rose Hotel Corner

The Rose Hotel has everything anyone could want in a good neighborhood pub - a killer tap beer selection, quality food, and a relaxing beer garden. Whilst the menu is sophisticated, patrons can still get their hands on a pizza or parmi.

6. Darlo Bar, Sydney

Darlo Bar Stairs

This is a friendly bar with a great rooftop patio - perfect to pass an afternoon with one of their tasty cocktails, a couple of beers, or a glass of wine. Come night, the place gets a bit little upbeat, with more of a party feel.

7. Palmer & Co, Sydney

Palmer & Co Cocktail

This Prohibition-style cocktail bar can be a bit of a challenge to find, but once inside, customers find a thoughtful cocktail menu, tasty snacks, live music, and a surprisingly good Champagne selection.