Historic Restaurants Sydney
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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Sydney has some of the best Historic dining options including restaurants that offer everything from fine dining to cheap casual lunches with a glass of wine. Choose from some of the best Historic Restaurants in Sydney.
Flying Fish Restaurant and Bar
Set over two levels at the very end of Pyrmont’s historic Jones Bay Wharf, Flying Fish Restaurant & Bar invites you to experience Sydney’s enchanting beauty from a fresh perspective. Boasting spectacular harbour views, a coveted Chef’s Hat and a rustic interior that celebrates the site’s industrial-maritime heritage, Flying Fish is headed up by Stephen Seckold, who delivers an innovative menu that flows with the seasons and constantly surprises the palate. Add to this an array of unique dining spaces, an award-winning wine list, a vibrant atmosphere and an expert team devoted to excellent service, and you have everything needed to achieve the ultimate Sydney dining experience.
Woolloomooloo Bay Hotel
Located on the waterfront of Woolloomooloo, this award winning hotel is set in one of the most picturesque areas of Sydney. Enjoying stunning views spanning Sydney Harbour, the Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf and Royal Botanic Gardens the Hotel is renowned for its enviable location. The Hotel offers a sophisticated yet laid back atmosphere and modern, accommodating décor, creating the perfect vibe for any event. Specializing in events such as corporate parties & seminars, engagements & weddings, christenings, birthday celebrations and sporting functions, the Hotel has built a reputation as one of Sydney's premier function venues. The Woolloomooloo Bay Hotel hosts sit down, cocktail and conference style events with flair and finesse. The functions and events team executes every event to an impeccably high standard, always seeking to exceed customer expectations.
The Willoughby Hotel has been an iconic North Shore venue for over a century. Since its establishment in 1899, the hotels diversity, coupled with it's quaint charm, preserved throughout the last 110 years of operation, has kept locals returning to their favourite watering hole for years.
Hughenden Boutique Hotel
The Hughenden (circa 1870s) is a gracious Victorian residence and associated with Australia’s first philosopher, Barzillai Quaife. The Hughenden was built by his son, Dr Frederick Harrison Quaife, who brought the first x-ray to the colony. Located on Queen Street, The Hughenden sits at the crossroads of Paddington and Woollahra, a conservation area that is the largest expanse of Victorian architecture in Australia.Queen Street began its life in the 1820s as Piper Street, named after Captain John Piper who owned huge tracts of land covering most of what is now known as the Municipality of Woollahra. The Hughenden has a large function room that can cater for up to approximately 100 guests, depending on configuration.
Appetito Pizza Pasta Bar
Hidden behind historic sandstone and stained glass is the stylish, warm and welcoming traditional Italian ristorante – Appetito Pizza Pasta Bar. Superbly located in the heritage precinct of Sydney, Appetito features floor to ceiling glass windows enabling you to relax and soak up the beautiful surroundings. A warm ambience, innovative Italian cuisine and excellent service ensure a memorable dining experience. Spanning three levels, Appetito offers versatile spaces incorporating two bars, balcony, outdoor terrace and a private dining room. The private dining room, cocktail lounge and outdoor terrace occupy the entire top floor, making it perfectly suited for private functions and special occasions such as wedding receptions and corporate bookings. The dining area has marble open fireplaces, polished floors and striking gothic windows. The dining room has a capacity of 100 for cocktail and 60 guests for dinner. Level two seats up to 30 guests and features a view of our head chef Tim Fisher, and his team at work. This area is perfectly suited to group bookings. Level one features a quaint outdoor courtyard where you can slow down and soak up the heritage of The Rocks precinct. With floor to ceiling glass and a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere we look forward to welcoming you to Appetito.
Hero Of Waterloo The
Welcome to the Hero of Waterloo Hotel. Since colonial time our doors have always been open providing over 160 years of good cheer to the locals and visitors of Sydney Australia. Live music, award winning food, ghost tours and a heritage landmark classification it is a must when visiting The Rocks, the birthplace of the nation, to include a visit and soak up the atmosphere at this convict-built hotel. With the bar and restaurant always busy you may encounter an old friend or two and if you are lucky the ghost of Anne Kirkman may welcome you. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Sugaroom Restaurant Bar Lounge
Sugaroom restaurant & wine bar is nestled in the heart of one of Sydney's oldest and most historical suburbs. Proudly sitting on the water's edge in the hub of Pyrmont's business district, housed in the former "CSR Sugar refinery" site, Sugaroom is surrounded by state of the art tranquil parkland showcasing elements of Syndey's heritage and innovation. Boasting spectacular views across Johnston's bay to Balmain through the workings of the inner harbour, this peaceful destination is a sought after location for business professionals and dining enthusiasts, and renowned for providing a unique and one off experience for couples in search of that unforgettable wedding experience. Open for a la carte service lunch and dinner with generous internal and alfresco dining and relaxing wine and cocktail lounge to laze away the sunset over the glassy waters.
Fortune of War Hotel
The Fortune of War dates from 1828 and is Sydney's oldest pub in the rocks. Whilst retaining its old world charm and hamper style bar, the rocks pub and hotel has built an enviable reputation, with tourists and locals alike, for providing warm traditional service in a cozy, heritage bar. The Fortune of War has 15 beers on tap, local and imported, so you're sure to find an old favourite or try something new.