Food and Drinks

Bars surry hills

There’s a collective sigh when capacity limitations in hospitality venues are lifted. Our favorite bars go back to their business as usual. There’s no better way to celebrate the lifting of Covid restrictions than to go to Surry Hills with your friends for a bar crawl.

A Surry Hills bar crawl has a unique advantage, as many of the area’s drinking spots are only a short walk away. Surry Hills is a great place to live in the nightlife because it has various bars and restaurants.

Surry Hills has always had a stable local economy. They continue to be the heartbeat of the area, even after the effects of the pandemic. Bar crawls with friends are a great way to meet up and have fun. It’s also a way to give back to the community and tiny businesses that need it most.

It can take a few days to organize a bar crawl. Safety protocols and other details will also need to be considered. This comprehensive guide to Surry Hills’ best bars and restaurants will help you plan a memorable night. Enjoy yourself, and remember to drink responsibly.

Butter offers $3 wings every night, and S Ultra has $6 beer on tap daily from 4 to 6. Surry Hills Pub Crawl: Hidden bars

Surry Hills is ideal for discovering some of Sydney’s most secret bars. These hidden bars will make your Sydney bar crawl a memorable experience.

Eileen’s Bar on Crown Street

Eileen’s Bar is located right above Four Pillars Laboratory. This radical gin distillery, souvenir store, and masterclass workshop is a modern and sleek bar that will delight any gin enthusiast’s soul. Eileen’s Bar is home to Eileen, a 70-liter metal barrel that produces small batches of gin and is only available at the Bar. Eileen’s Bar offers more than gin and tonic. You can also try their extensive selection of beer and cider. While there, please look at their souvenir shop for gin-infused chocolates.

The Soda Factory on Wentworth Avenue

Anyone unfamiliar with Bobby’s Boss Dogs on Wentworth Avenue must have been curious to see the long line of people waiting outside. The Soda Factory is a Surry Hills bar crawl and live music venue. It can be found behind the Coca-Cola shop facade. American-style food is abundant in The Soda Factory. You can get $1 hotdogs every Tuesday. It’s easy to see why The Soda Factory is such a popular spot for drinking and dancing with live bands. You can also make combinations of their famous Soda Floats.

Harpoon Harry, Wentworth Avenue

Harpoon Harry, the hotel’s signature restaurant, serves delicious Cuban cuisine and Caribbean-inspired cocktails like pineapple & lime rum and chili-infused Tequila. Harpoon Harry’s $10 cocktails are available all day. If you prefer something more alcoholic, the 22-set bottled beer menu will satisfy your thirst. You can pair it with Beef & Jalapeno Cheese Nachos or Chargrilled Piri Pi Ri Chicken Sandwich.

Tokyo Bird, Belmore Lane

Tokyo Bird is more than a Japanese restaurant. It offers many Japanese whiskies, cocktails, beers, and other beverages. Their cocktail menu includes yuzu, green tea, and Sake. This makes their selection even more exciting. Although tap and bottled beer selections are less extensive, Tokyo Bird is known for its Japanese cuisine. You’d love to pair these drinks with the delicious yakitori (chicken grilled over a skewer) or kushiyaki bites (grilled meat or vegetables).

Butter, Hunt Street

What do fried chicken tenders and Air Jordans have in common with champagne flutes? Butter is your one-stop hybrid shop for all three. This vibrant establishment on Hunt Street echoes New York City’s innovative street culture. Butter’s concept is not a fad. The radical sneaker shop/resto-bar is a hit with various demographics. You can bring your sneakers to Sip N Drip, where their creative staff will teach you how to paint and design shoes while you sip champagne, beer & wine, or sparkling wine.

Surry Hills is the perfect place to go for your Surry Hills craft beer crawl

Surry Hills has everything you could want in a neighborhood: family-owned shops and street art nearby. The overall community vibe is emitted by its friendly residents.

Its artistic-meets-industrial energy is reminiscent of other prominent city neighborhoods such as the East Village in New York City or Kreuzberg in Berlin – where people gather to eat, drink, and carouse. Surry Hills is notable for its strong craft beer culture. Surry Hills is at the forefront of the microbrewery revolution that has swept Sydney over the past few years.

Sydney Brewery Surry Hills is the leader of this group. It’s annexed to Rydges Sydney Central Hotel and is a short walk from Central Station. The bar and craft brewery offers 12 signature draught beer options. The Albion Ale is the most popular, which was created as a tribute to the Albion Street location. For groups of six or more, you can enjoy a $40 brewery tour and a $25 tasting menu.

You can take Albion Street to Commonwealth Street. Here you will find the Royal Albert Hotel. This Surry Hills institution is a veteran of craft beer. The Royal Albert Hotel’s traditional interiors are made of dark wood countertops and stained-glass windows. Twelve taps occasionally rotate, so you can always find something new and exciting. The Alby’s menu features traditional pub food like burgers and hot dogs and has a modern twist that pairs well with a Gen X Pale ale.

On tap, you can head to Foveaux Street to enjoy a schooner with Angstrom Voltaic Pale Ale or Keg & Brew’s local beer. There are 33 taps in the cowhide panels around the main Bar, 27 of which pour specialty craft beers. Keg & Brew offers a wide range of bourbons, including over 30 varieties. The popular Surry Hills restaurant serves various food, including vegetarian nachos and wagyu hamburgers.

Soultrap, located on Campbell Street, has a wide selection of international and local beers, perfect for any Surry Hills craft beer crawl. It’s the ideal spot to relax and enjoy a brew and a cheeseboard with Young Henry’s and Mountain Goat draught beers.