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Triple Ace A little scruffy, but honest about it. The neon is a little over the top though!
Pumphouse Bar and Grill minimalist bar/restaurant, recently renovated
Toxteth a new late night haunt for the team
Duke a good pre-Enmore venue, full of local colur
Oscars aka New York Hotel (on the planning applications at least). Good pizzas and ribs
Tattersalls busy road, busy pub?
Sweeneys Definitely a TAB joint, but it's cheap and has an internet cafe...
Chamberlain Refitted from scruffy old pub to slick city bar. We're still deciding which incarnation we prefer.
Steyne A good and very popular spot
Moretons A great little beer garden
Bald Faced Stag
Union (newtown) recently changed hands, yet to be reviewed.
Blues Point Hotel Friendly pub in a quiet area
Harp Possibly the best Irish pub in Sydney? the quest continues....
Alfred Cool & Cruisy
Dundee Arms an appealing little sandstone tavern
Annandale A Live Music institution. Totally recommended
Australian a superb selection of beers, and gourmet pizza to boot.
Crown quiet and comfortable
Orchard Tavern Chatswood's immediate attraction...
Captain Cook (The Rocks) quiet, overshadowed by its neighbours, we think
Hero Of Waterloo You can feel the history around you.
Lewisham Hotel (Live House) .
Exchange spacious and classy, but the safari bar is a strange addition
Strattons A little nondescript, but OK for a quiet
Jamberoo Pub
Town Hall we liked the balcony, despite the stiff breeze
Town Hall (Newtown) Head on upstairs....
Mercantile Irish through and through
Excelsior Live Music and a laid back atmosphere
Peppermint Lounge Fancy a late-night cocktail?
Sly Fox plenty live music, plenty free pool
Century Tavern Everyone knows this place, and everyone ends up here eventually
Palace One of our favourite pool venues
Ancient Briton A claimant to "Coldest beer in Sydney".
Welcome Great Irish pub with a mainly over 30 crowd
Gaelic Club In the proud Gaelic tradition, a great place to be entertained
Glenmore bit of a TAB and pokie joint, though the roof garden is rated.
Merton Estate Local on a busy main road
Macquarie Hotel What a pub should look like. To a brit, anyway.
Warren View Live music, and an unpretensious crowd.
Gladesville Hotel .
Paddy Maguire's A pub of contrasts
Kirribilli Just next to Milson's Point Station, and quite rated too
Brookvale Not far from Warringah Mall, this is a big, open northern beaches classic
Dolphin award winning restaurant
Lord Nelson GREAT - what more can we say?
Edinburgh Castle popular after-work boozer
North Annandale The picture window would be good for people watching... in a busier suburb
Hicksy's Orange Grove tucked away off the beaten track, a locals' pub with colour
Garry Owen Best Dartboard we've found so far, and a friendly place overall. Recomended
Trinity The Big Red Irish Bar
Riverview A positive haven
Pier 26 Quite a pleasant position for a bar....
Kings X At the top of the strip....
White Cockatoo Most handy for Petersham railway station, with huge food portions
Different Drummer well worth the effort
Cargo slick. Major pickup spot at weekends
Kirk On Harris Originally and more properly the 'Dunkirk', but who's splitting hairs? Currently in the throes of a major renovation - expect good things!
PJ O'Brien's Within the Grace Hotel complex...
West End A real local's pub
Tilbury refitted and pretty rated
Unity Hall very friendly indeed
Friend In Hand Crab Racing, clutter, eclecticism and more.
Cruise what a location! 2006 Restaurant of the Year in the AHA (NSW) Awards for Excellence
Goldfish Bowl Fairly Average
Headquarters Popular with students and betting locals
Berry Street Tavern bigger than you'd think
The Pub With No Beer Yes, the one from the Slim Dusty Song. A MUST visit if you're ever nearby
Billabong Hotel
Grand Hotel (Cock and Bull) damn good guinness
Establishment top dog among Sydney bars, according to the AHA at least.
Sandringham A history of live music
Empire Home of Sydney Blues
Duck And Swan Was a little grotty, and slightly mysterious, now renovated and improving by the day
Hollywood One of Sydney's character-filled gems
Carlisle Castle Nice bistro and Beer Garden
Sydney Park
Pyrmont Bridge open 24hrs and quite rated
KB Traditional tile and Tooth's Brewery posters.
London Very popular at weekends
Crystal Palace popular with students and backpackers
Red Oak Boutique Beer Cafe an excellent micro-brew bar and restaurant
Sir William Wallace ...but they'll never take our freedom
Red Lion Well presented with a large balcony area
Lord Roberts A bar in pub's clothing
William Hotel Friendly and welcoming
Harbour View neat, well appointed and in a unique position
Billy The Pigs A rip snorter
Palisade A great little pub, tucked away at the back end of The Rocks
Commercial feels a little cramped - probably the pokies
Upside The newest of the backpacker bars
Fox and Lion Huge outdoor area, great for people watching
Cooper's Arms A popular spot for Newtown locals
Watershed a slick waterside venue
James Squire Brewhouse Vying for Sydney's microbrew crown and doing mighty well about it
Hopetoun Live music 7 nights a week
Mountbatten recently refitted
Empire (King's Cross) a 24 hour playground for cross-ites
Durty Nelly's Genuinely Irish Flavour
Bald Rock warm, inviting and tucked away off the beaten track
Scruffy Murphys Very popular Irish pub
Aurora 24 hours, closest to central
Docks The former Ettamoggah Bar.
Bar Broadway 24-hour bar with massive hangover potential
Bondi Hotel good pub - very weekendy though
Lansdowne Popular, loud, plenty of music
Lord Wolseley Tucked away in a side-street, a hidden local
Tank Stream slick, minimalist hideaway
Agincourt as much ambience as a convenience store (!)
Bay View
Dick's featuring 'the dome' restaurant
Robin Hood a person could easily get very comfortable here..
Woollahra Hotel cool
Excelsior (Glebe) A live music supporter and $5 food's next great hope
Rosie's Bar and Bistro With a pleasant courtyard area
Arena slick bar/restaurant near the showground
Bridge Entertainment central
Cat and Fiddle A live music venue since Adam was a boy
Botany View as yet unreviewed
Quay Bar nifty little bar and restaurant, lots of outdoor seating
Thurles Castle not a bad little pub - very sporty though
Nag's Head On our 'to do' list!
Commodore Up-market but friendly
Newport Arms Like a pubgoer's Disneyland!
Pyrmont Point The last pub on Harris Street, previously a locals-only kind of pub, now a more upmarket establishment
Lord Dudley An English Village Pub in the heart of Woollahra
Ettamogah Bar too touristy for us, but a good spot occassionally
Bourbon And Beefsteak One of the cross's famous landmarks
Bank Biggest beer garden in the area, great Thai food.

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