“It’s such a picturesque precinct filled with history and heritage, which is what first drew me to it when we opened The Doss House. Over the last couple of years, it has become a destination for unique, character driven venues so I’ve always seen it as the perfect destination for Frank Mac’s.” – Ciara Doran, co-owner
Tag: The Rocks
Running from Thursday 19 – Sunday 22 November, Sydneysiders can enjoy exploring Australia’s oldest precinct as it transforms to host incredible experiences from the world’s best whiskies thanks to Yakusan and The Rocks precinct
Sydney’s northern CBD is witnessing a bibulous revival right now. Venues like the Morrison, Palmer & Co, and now, Grain Bar, have dragged the north stretch of George Street into the modern drinking world.
Open in time for the rush of festive season champagne sales is this new brasserie and bar in the Rocks. The bar is decked out in 1920s décor and inspired by the French Mediterranean and the eponymous pineapple (ananas being the French word for it).
Around the nation bartenders have their heads buried in books, their noses stuffed in tasting glasses, and hands busy at work whipping up new concoctions for the Bartender Magazine Bartender of the Year Competition sponsored by Ketel One.
Sydney Bar Week is right around the corner (22 – 25 September), so strap yourselves in for an amazing line-up of events to whet your whistle and pique your interest in bars, brands and libations! As well as the Drinks Fest at the Overseas Passenger Terminal, The Rocks, there will be a bunch of off-site events such as a tour to take you back to colonial Sydney…
The Australian Beer Festival, now in its fifth year of operation, brings together a wonderful array of Australian boutique beers in one place for all to see. It is not just a weekend for beer enthusiasts, but rather the beer curious, for those who are too scared to take the plunge into the exciting world of Aussie boutique beers; this is exactly the push they need to become an aficionado.