The Best Bars in the cities of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane
Who better than the Australians to name the best bars in the cities of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane? Here are a few places. Via Best in Au
Bars in Sydney
The most popular place in the city with an original touch of classic R&B and hip-hop, which bring originality to the cocktail menu. The Kiwi Kick It is the latest and best-selling addition.
96 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst
The city”s speakeasy. This clandestine bar offers drinks prepared by experts -well dressed- and whose price is worth paying.
152-156 Clarence St
A little piece of New Orleans in Sydney. Earl’s Juke Joint is one of the best bars in the city, prices are incredible. Singapore Sling, Daiquiri, Old Pal…beer and wine, your choice!
407 King St, Newtown
Bars in Melbourne
This microbrewery will delight any person eager for beer, malt whisky and cocktails of course! They create boilermakers (a mixture of beer and whisky) from about 900 whiskies, giving an infinite possibility of combinations. Ideal also for food pairing.
209-211 Lonsdale Street
Reasonable prices and a huge screen to watch sports events. This place is close to the city’s nightclubs, making it a perfect place for beer tasting before tasting other concoctions.
714 Nicholson St, Fitzroy North
This open-air bar is worth tasting tiki cocktails and exotic beers.
96 Chapel Street, Windsor
Bars in Brisbane
A luxury bar, classic and legacy, with 120 years of history. You can taste the best rum, whisky and wine in the country. Renowned bartenders will be there to prepare your handcrafted cocktails.
308 Queen St Brisbane
This is the rooftop bar of the Limes Hotel in Brisbane and is the first rooftop in the city. It is a popular bar for its rooftop cinema and jacuzzi, where you can enjoy a tasty cocktail from the house.
142 Constance Street, Fortitude Valley
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.