The Carrington serves up a la carte dishes for your Pooch

Photo: David Rouse

It’s just ticked over into Bars March — click here for more info on the celebration of Sydney bars in support of the Animal Welfare League NSW — and The Carrington is putting on a dogustation menu to raise money for the cause.

We know of pubs that will let you tie your dog up in the beer garden and give them a doggy bowl of water. We even know of cafes that serve tasty liver treats for your pet. But the recently revamped Surry Hill’s favourite, The Carrington Sydney, now has full menu for your furry friend. If you have a truly pampered pooch (will refer to this as a furry firstborn), you might allow them to order the classic steak & veggies, or indulge them with the beef tartare.

Thankfully, you don’t just have to sit there and watching your dog chow down. Head Chef, Dave Penistone has created a new menu for humans also (after all, you’re the one paying the bill!). It includes pub classics (chicken parmi) to signatures (Carro burger) and some new specialties (broccoli pasta).

Since re-opening The Carrington in early October, Co-founders, Luke Butler and Roger Gregg, have been focusing on bringing the local pub back to life with a more laid-back and casual vibe; making it the perfect hangout for locals and visitors alike.


Visit The Carrington, 565 Bourke Street, Surry Hills.

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