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September 24, 2015

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Everyone is counting down the days for when we can exit hibernation mode, say goodbye to our anti-social selves and reunite with good company, good tunes and thirst quenching beverages.  

Majority of us imagine this initial “Catch up”, to be in a chilled environment, one that can perhaps cater up to a group of up to thirty people.

On a recent stroll through Darlinghurst, I stumbled across a little something that stopped me right in my tracks.I found Bloody Mary’s Sydney.

Bloody Mary’s Sydney is a newly established Bar/Restaurant located on Victoria Street in Darlinghurst.  

They are open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner 7 days a week.

The decor is beautiful, from the plush cushioned seating out front, to fresh white interior extend...

July 15, 2015

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Roughly 9:00pm on Saturday night our sights were firmly set on finding Pocket Bar. This had been recommended to us by a friend who said “It’s cheeky” – what does that even mean when you’re referring to bar? That comment was intriguing.

As we walked into this venue the first thing we noticed was the graffiti-like street art on the walls. It was dimly-lit and had retro fitted decor throughout.

This bar definitely did have something cheeky about it, it had personality and after speaking to the staff we soon realized they also were interesting characters. Their vibrant personalities matched not only the bar but the menu.

 “Rhub an tug, awkward 1st date, take your clothes off” to name a few.

The intimate atmosphere would be perfect...

April 7, 2015

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You’ve got to love the discussions that take place on a Monday during lunch hour. I overheard one of my colleagues mention that he spent his entire Saturday night at Surry Hills in a pirate ship.

At first I thought – Wow, someone had a big weekend, but after asking him where he went exactly, he told me I needed to go to Button Bar to understand.

What intrigued me was the only instruction I had been given to find this place was “Look for an unmarked wooden sliding door at the lower end of Foveaux Street in Surry Hills” – Very vague , but these cryptic messages were kind of fun.

Once we located the bar the very first thing we noticed was not only was the floor wooden, but also the walls and ceiling. The decor throughout was vintage,...

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