The World’s 50 Best Bars has announced the extended 51-100 list with a re-entry from Australia, Melbourne’s Byrdi at No.61!
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In this day and age, as more and more bars, bartenders and bar owners are so desperate to get on the World’s 50 Best Bars list (or the newer Top 500 List, whatever that is), I know that many such people believe that international pop ups are a good way to get noticed.
“The main rule is to watch the door at all times and make sure every single person is greeted, and also every single person once they leave they say goodbye and thanks.”
“People solicit and compete for awards and do what they can to get noticed and people get nasty about winners and complain a lot.” – Simon Ford, 86 Spirits Company & former Chair of Tales Awards
In news just in, three Sydney bars have made the cut in the World’s 50 Best Bars. A huge congrats to Maybe Sammy (11), Cantina OK! (28) and Bulletin Place (39). London’s Connaught bar knocked Dante off the top spot.
Bars and cocktail lovers are invited to join the digital countdown of the list of The World’s 50 Best Bars 2020 through The World’s 50 Best Bars Facebook page and 50 Best Bars TV channel on YouTube. The streamed ceremony will begin at Thursday 3pm UK time (or 2am Friday morning AEST), culminating in the announcement of The World’s Best Bar
From a local standpoint, for Melbourne bars made the list. The Everleigh in Melbourne was a new entry and the highest Aussie bar in the 51 to 100 coming in at 73. Byrdi Melbourne came in at 80, Above Board at 84 and Black Pearl at 98. Great news for four of the city’s best bars who are just slowly creeping out of lockdown.
Two Schmucks, in Barcelona, is one of the world’s great neighbourhood bars, attracting thirsty types from across the globe to its home in El Raval.
Well, what a year Sydney cocktail bar Maybe Sammy has had. Overnight at the World’s 50 Best Bars ceremony held in London it was announced that Maybe Sammy landed at number 43 on the prestigious list.
Located in Paris’ third arrondissement, Little Red Door has released its 2019 menu which is based upon the concept of ‘A Way With Words’.
Dandelyan’s Wheeler and Meredith give us an insight into how they put together the latest Dandelyan menu, one which has garnered attention around the world.