is an Irish Bar. In the small snug in the left hand section of the building you do actually feel like you're in an Irish pub. Our barman was a chatty lad from Southern Ireland, fresh off the plane a couple of weeks earlier and with a great enthusiasm. We chatted away about this and that and had the temperature outside not been quite so high I could almost have forgotten I was in Sydney.
Back in the main part of the pub, it was packed as ever it is on a Friday, with overspill snaking out onto the street, as diverse a mixture as you'll see in the Rocks. Everyone was enjoying the Craic and much Guinness flowed. Cheers!
review by: pubguide staff