The Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel
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The Lord Nelson is a must go for either drinks, lunch, or dinner. It is a historical Sydney landmark and claims to be the oldest hotel in Australia. The bear menu is extensive with a range of beers brewed at the Lord Nelson itself. The food is arguably some of the best bar food in Sydney.
Another Sydneysider's favourite - located at the end of our street. Not to be missed if you are a beer lover
Do the beer tasting, there’s an oysters bar on the wkd freshly shucked in front of you.
“The Hero of Waterloo is the second oldest surviving hotel in Sydney. Unlike the Lord Nelson, The Hero of Waterloo has live music (See days and times below). Great street seating and beers. The food is quite expensive, so if you are trying to be economical, stick to the beers! Live music: Friday - Folk: 8pm–11.30pm; Saturday - Old Time Jazz: 3pm–6.30pm, Folk: 8pm–11.30pm; Sunday - Old Time Jazz: 3pm–9pm”
“Where do I start when it comes to Hotel Palisade? Once the tallest building in Sydney (apparently), it has everything! The bottom floor is a modern yet folky pub with TV screens. The back of the first floor has dimly lit booths for more private conversations. Up the elevator to the top floor, is a high-class bar/restaurant with a panoramic views of Sydney. The restaurant upstairs is more formal and usually requires a booking, however, the balcony upstairs does not require one so feel free to head out there and order drinks accordingly. A must go for tourists who are looking for Instagram content.”
“8min walk from our townhouse. Bavarian-style bier hall bring a little taste of Munich to the historic laneways of The Rocks. Dishes up huge plates of sausages and pork knuckle best washed down with a one-litre stein of Bavaria’s finest.”
“The Harbour View Hotel used to sit where the Harbour Bridge now sits. Locals were asked to vacate their homes when the bridge was being built, and were most upset when their local pub had to get demolished. It moved 50m over and maintained its name. Even though the Harbour View Hotel doesn’t have a view of the harbour anymore, it has a glorious and unique view of the Harbour Bridge.”