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The Saloon Bar feature many pool tables, nightly live entertainment and regular DJs. Test your vocal chords every Tuesday night with our Karaoke Night.
Then on Sundays you can enjoy a sizzling Aussie BBQ for dinner - Its FREE if you buy any XXXX Stubby or Jug. But don't fret if you cant make our Sunday Sessions, you can always enjoy the BBQ Friday Evening while having those hard earned after work drinks.
Whether its a quiet drink, a quick bite to eat or a night to party - can you think of a better place to be?
The Fringe Bar is an iconic Paddington Local that has been reopened with edgy and down to earth finishes. Its grungy ambiance and quirky backdrops creates an atmosphere with a kick that entices you to explore its world. With a lounge around feel, eclectic chandeliers, ornate mirrors and luxuriant photos, Fringe brings to the table a taste that everyone can relate to. With table service, food, and a knock out cocktails, The Fringe is the perfect spot for lunch or dinner throughout the week! With copious looks comes a list of weekly themes, DJ's, live entertainment and partys sure to entertain! Available for afterparties, functions, events and bookings.
The Paddington Arms is starting to grow its reputation as a Paddington bar with a great atmosphere and an establishment that can accommodate the late night drinkers.
This great bar has undergone the Paddington face lift and has created seating at the entrance to allow patrons to watch the busy street wander by.
This Paddington bar provides a salvation off Sydney’s ever popular Oxford Street.
Weather you’re visiting in for the weekend, shopping or simply getting amongst the Paddington lifestyle, the "Paddo Arms" is a great place to have a few drinks, enjoy a meal or enjoy a late night and work the dance floor.
The bar is very convenient and provides a great amount of seating space to enjoy all your refreshing drinks and bar meals.
When it comes to planning bar functions, corporate events, or end of year celebrations and Christmas parties, we are all looking for a venue that will guarantee it is a night to remember.
Don't let the image of bowls as a game played by old folk fool you! Lawn Bowls at The Paddington Bowling Club is a great game for both young and old – in fact, the whole family can join in! Beware though, old age and treachery can beat youth and inexperience!
PBC is the perfect venue for Hen’s Days, Buck’s Days, Birthday’s….in fact, we can cater for any special occasion. Visit The Paddington Bowling Club at www.paddobowls.com.au
Having recently undergone extensive renovations, this Paddington favourite offers a refined dining experience within a casual local setting. The ground floor flows seamlessly from bar to dining, with a public bar at the front (perfect for a casual drink with friends), and a large dining space at the back, complete with Oyster & Caviar Bar. With Executive Chef James Metcalfe at the helm, diners can expect a Modern European menu, brimming with only the best seasonal and local produce. Upstairs, Bellevue Terrace offers the perfect place to enjoy a cocktail and relax of a weekend.
Pop in and see us. You'll find our friendly staff are waiting to take your order and pour your next drink. Enjoy a meal with family or friends, a quite drink, or get rowdy in the TAB. Come on down and say Hi! Relax with a game of Pool and a few cold ones.
Arts Bar is located in Paddington, New South Wales. Please contact Arts Bar for further information.
We are a boutique traditional Irish pub. The bar’s relaxed atmosphere exudes warmth, friendliness and is renowned for serving Sydney’s perfect pint of Guinness.
Starting life in c.1854 as the Rose & Crown to cater for trade from the recently opened Victoria Barracks, the hotel was reconstructed around 1887/88, representing a type of substantial hotel characteristic of the heyday of development in this part of Paddington. As a relatively intact example of this development the hotel has local historic significance to this day.
Welcome to “The Cook”, Sydney’s premier local pub for all your major sporting events and great value food and drinks. Located in Paddington, Sydney, we supply travellers and sports fans with the beer and live sports they need. Located across the road from two of Sydney’s biggest sporting venues and minutes from the heart of the city, The Cook has been a favourite venue for people from all walks of life for over 100 years.
Looking forward to seeing you at The Cook!
The Albury Hotel is located in Sydney's busy and stylish Paddington and atracts a mixed crowd of party goers. Pop in for a drink. You'll find our friendly staff are waiting to take your order and pour your next drink.
Name your poison... Whether it’s fashion, food, fine wines, beers or cocktails in a freshly revamped space, the Paddington Inn has it all. Except for pokies. And that’s just the way regulars and newcomers to Sydney’s best boutique pub like it.
Located at the Oxford Street end of the fashionable William Street enclave which is home to some of Sydney’s best boutiques, the Paddington Inn let’s you create your own experience thanks to a range of spaces over two levels.
Whether you stake out a spot in the two spacious ground floor bars with a variety of custom-designed seating, a smoker-friendly outdoor area, upstairs terrace and private booths, the vibe is sleek and modern without sacrificing the warmth and ease of an historic pub.
The hotel is under new management. It also has undergone new refurbishing and painting job to further give our customers the satisfaction they deserved. Come and experience what our hotel has to offer.
The Olympic Hotel is the most improved Tab in the eastern suburbs with now 2 EBT’S so there is no more waiting on game days to put on a bet, 1 eureka terminal at the bar, New trackside and New sure pick tipping service with plenty of plasmas and screens to cover all your thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing,
The Olympic TAB has full coverage of all live sport and internet access for all your sport betting needs.
With the The Olympic under new management its a great place to enjoy a punt and bet just before the game and you might even catch the odd sporting celebrity every now & then.
Located in trendy Paddington, The Four in Hand’s dining reputation is continuing to grow. With a sexy bistro-style room complemented by Chef Colin Fassnidge’s awarded cuisine, this restaurant is a noteworthy destination. The Four In Hand offers an elegant dining experience infused with French provincial cooking and a quality eclectic wine list.
Benvenuti. Welcome to Cipri Italian – the Cipri brothers' contemporary take on the finest traditions of Italian hospitality.
In the kitchen, chef Carmelo celebrates the seasons with the style and flavour of modern Italy whiIe Joe and Anthony provide a warm and relaxed welcome front of house.
Cipri Italian continues our family's passion for good food and dedication to hospitality that dates back generations. Our mother, Maria, is a regular guest in the kitchen, adding her own touch of tradition to our seasonal menu. We look forward to introducing you to the pleasures of our table soon.
It may be set in the glam Paddington zone, but this place still feels like an unpretentious English pub. The bistro serves Thai dishes.
Interesting drinking options make this restaurant's wine bar more than just an afterthought. Deluxe bubbly and exotic French cocktails are teamed with above-standard bar snacks such as fresh rabbit rillettes.
This dark bar and club is rough around the edges, but still has an elite door policy and a hot reputation. Expect beautiful young things, R&B and old skool funk.
A cozy little wine bar in the heart of Paddington, this place champions Australian wines and boasts an intimate atmosphere, offering a few share plates to help wash down your tipple of choice.
One trend I’ve noticed is that the less signage a bar has, the more popular it seems to be. Love Tilly Devine, Ching-a-lings and Shady Pines Saloon have all worked this well and now there’s 10 William Street.
Run by the people behind Fratelli Paradiso, this is a wine bar in a converted storefront that serves Italian-style food. The feel is stripped down and simple – there are small tables up the front, white walls, naked bulbs, chalkboards with specials on them, a counter you can perch at and white tiles behind the bar with black texta marks on them.
Established in 1983 by Tony and Veronique and still operated by them to this day, Vamps French Bistro is situated in the heart of Paddington Sydney at The Five Ways in a Victorian terrace, with an atmosphere of warmth and cosiness. A delightful garden courtyard completes the romantic picture.
Cuisine is French Classic united with Australian and Asian influence to suit the Australian climate, making Vamps a favourite haunt for locals. Private function rooms for groups of 10 to 40 are available for any occassion.
Irish born chef Kirk Maguire – ex Lock's, The Mermaid Cafe & Bruno’s in Dublin creates affordable seasonal menus from fresh Australian produce with an Irish and European influence.
The food is traditional Italian with an emphasis on Central and Northern Italian cuisine. Our signature dishes include home made cavatelli with lamb polpettine, fennel, peas, mint, ricotta; salad of fig, goats curd, hazelnuts, rocket, truffle honey; veal involtini stuffed with taleggio and spinach; and twice cooked pork belly, cherries and sage. No meal is complete without sampling one of our mouth-watering desserts. Favourites include tiramisú; crêpe suzette; and lemon pannacotta with blueberries and biscotti.
Lucio’s Italian Restaurant was established in Paddington in 1983 and enjoys a remarkable reputation for exceptional Italian food and magnificent Australian Art.
“Food and art for me is like the air that I breathe,” says Lucio Galletto OAM. “The combination of great food, great service and great art on the walls is, in my view, one of the best dining experiences you can imagine.”
Lucio’s is open five days a week, Tuesday to Saturday for lunch and dinner with a focus on Northern Italian cuisine, fresh pasta and modern touches to classic dishes.
Marilynas Pizza & Pasta was established in 1979 and has successfully been servicing the Eastern Suburbs from its landmark corner position since then.In March 1995 Marilynas changed ownership and has continued to grow under the current owners.
We use Fresh Produce and Ingredients and all our dishes are prepared fresh daily on our premises. Whether you are after a Traditional Pizza or want to indulge in a Gourmet Pizza, Marilyanas has something for everyone.
Arthur's Pizza™ was first established in Charing Cross back in 1970. Even in those days Arthur set the standard as far as pizza goes, introducing Sydneysiders to a new style of pizza with alternative ingredients such as seafood, mushroom, pepperoni and other exciting ingredients. Until then only cheese, tomato and olives were usually served.
In 1974, Arthur's Pizza™ Oxford St Paddington was established. In 1989, Arthur further expanded Arthur's Pizza™ to Randwick, one of Sydney's greater restaurant hubs, and 1994 saw another Arthur's Pizza™, Oxford Street Mall, Bondi Junction was launched, maintaining the tradition and continuing the success of the original Arthur's Pizza™.
Arthur is somewhat of a pioneer when it comes to pizza. He claims to be one of the first to introduce pizza to Australia and use the conveyor belt type oven. Arthur is able to perfect the authentic Italian pizza flavour using this type of equipment found in all of his restaurants, maintaining quality, consistency, and great value for money, as you would expect from all of Arthur's Pizza™ restaurants.
We invite you to browse our menu, make a booking and experience our world-class cuisine, atmosphere and fine wines.
As a local Brisbane Italian restaurant we are proud to be a family owned and operated. You will be delighted by our multi-award winning chef's daily culinary creations.
Libertine Brisbane is located in the historic Paddington Barracks building on Petrie terrace. The heritage listed dining room is jaw-dropping, with glistening chandeliers hanging from three metre ceilings and decadent wallpapers and gold leaf finishes blending with locally designed recycled timber furniture.
The Indus Indian Restaurant at Paddington is currently undergoing emergency repairs.
The business has been affected due to a Fire in the shop next to ours and has caused smoke damage and electrical problems.
We deeply regret any inconvenience that this temporary closure may have caused our valued customers.
We look forward to serving you the very best curry in a short time once again.
Please keep an eye on our fresh updates regarding the reopening of your favourite Indian Restaurant once again.
Thank you for supporting our business since 2002.
The food of ancient India was almost exclusively vegetarian, but with each successive foreign invasion, among whom were the Persians, the Mongols, the Portuguese and the British, meat and different cooking styles were gradually introduced and were adapted to the local cuisine.
As is often the case in life, the introduction of a foreign element revitalised and strengthened the existing tradition.
The food prepared at the Sultan's Kitchen is a reflection of this process.