Tiny’s: a new bar in Sydney dedicated to bottle cocktails

Tiny’s, 1/55 Clarence Street, Sydney
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Named for its signature Tiny bottled cocktails, Tiny’s is big on the things that count: cocktail craft, a mouthwatering menu, style-saturated surroundings and a party vibe that doesn’t quit. And with a bartender, barista, baker, chef and in-house DJ bringing their collective A-game to this indoors and outdoors 170-seater space, Tiny’s capacity for fun is anything but small.

By day, as Tiny’s Sandwich Bar, the venue greets the dawn with Single O coffees, fresh juices and produce-packed breakfasts, then a signature sandwich menu that elevates the humble sanga to a lunchtime legend.

Tiny’s bottled cocktails are single-serve drinks with serious credentials – tiny proportions, huge flavour. Offerings include the Manhattan, Espresso Martini and Old Fashioned to tweaked favourites such as the Rum Negroni and Tiny’s G & Tea to Tiny’s signature vodka-based Molotov Cocktail.

At dusk, the lights come up on a fabulous feature wall of drinks miniatures, and the neon sign says it all: save water, drink cocktails. After work, it’s Tiny’s time.

Tiny’s bottled cocktails are single-serve drinks with serious credentials – tiny proportions, huge flavour. Offerings include the Manhattan, Espresso Martini and Old Fashioned to tweaked favourites such as the Rum Negroni and Tiny’s G & Tea to Tiny’s signature vodka-based Molotov Cocktail.

Tiny’s brings together the combined experience of a bartender, chef, baker and barista, all lifelong friends and business partners. Bobby Volcevski is a seasoned Sydney CBD hospitality expert and owner of Kent Street’s Back Row West.

Brothers Oliver and Goran Popovski, renowned for their legendary burek and other Macedonian delights at their Balkan Oven bakery, bring their baking and barista skills to the mix. Completing the talented crew is acclaimed chef Andrew Duncan, formerly Bowery Lane, West Village and most recently head chef at Back Row West.

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