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Planning lunch or dinner out with friends? Woollahra has some of the best 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 venues in Woollahra via location, cuisine or features.
The Lord Dudley Hotel
The Lord Dudley is an enigma in that it does not have a defined clientele. The regulars come from all walks of life. Trades people and office workers rub shoulders with barristers, stockbrokers and politicians. The rich and the famous also find it a great place to unwind. Don't be surprised to find Hollywood Actors having dinner in the restaurant while prominent sports heroes are enjoying a drink in the front bar. Publican James (Jamie) Couche has created a feel good environment which appeals to everyone who calls in. For visitors to Sydney, especially from the U.K. and New Zealand, The Dudley is a favourite place to meet friends, be it for business or pleasure. The decor, the pork pies and pickled eggs in the public bar, the dart room, the old English prints and artefacts on the wall, give all, especially the Poms a feeling of home.
The Woollahra hotel has long been one of the eastern suburbs most iconic venues. From the large open roof terrace “The Terrace” to its one hatted restaurant, Bistro Moncur, the Woollahra hotel has something for everybody. New TAB Facilities cater for those wanting to try their luck, whilst the Woollahra Bar, with its relaxed atmosphere will have you rubbing shoulders with many known faces. Moncur Cellars has everything you need to take home and with the new inclusion of the terrace function room, the Woollahra Hotel will see you playing host to your own private parties.
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.
Light Brigade Hotel
The Light Brigade Hotel is an iconic Art Deco Paddington Woollahra Pub, located on the corner of Oxford Street and Jersey Road. Long regarded as an Eastern Suburbs Institution, the Light Brigade Hotel is a great place to catch up with friends for a drink or a bite to eat. Located near the Sydney Football Stadium & Sydney Cricket Ground, Randwick Racecourse and Centennial Park, the Light Brigade Hotel is also a great place to enjoy a pre and post game drink or meal or to watch sport live in full HD on the World’s Largest Plasma (our 103 inch plasma TV Screen). The Light Brigade Hotel also features a gold standard TAB, the only one of its kind in Paddington and Woollahra.