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We found this spot as we were walking past on the way for dinner. We were intrigued by the sewing machine at the door so decided to pop in as we had some time.
It's not huge and there was a lot of reserved tables...More
This is Sydney's Ardberg Embassy... Amongst the handful of bars around the world representing the iconic whisky house from the mighty Island of Islay!!
It's a hidden bar in the basement on the York street, very close to Wynyard train and bus stand and a...More
Impressed with this busy little underground haunt. Lined with sewing machines at the entrance with a continued theme down in the bar, we enjoyed our visit and some yummo cocktails. Great atmosphere. Good staff.
Been here many times, a great hidden basement bar with good food and a great selection of spirits, cocktails and bottled beers. An easy walk from Wynyard and you can hop into another local small bar before or after with Mojo just a couple of...More
The cocktail bar itself is lovely and the drinks original and delicious. The disappointment of the night was that I got accosted by the security man on arrival who did not ask to see my ID but demanded that I spoke to him and reprimanded...More
My friend messaged me the address and advised to get a taxi from the hotel. The entrance looks like a sowing-shop, and once you step inside you almost want to step outside again because its a bit confusing where to go (talk about inconspicuous :-)...More
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