Walk a little, eat a little, drink a little! Take an evening journey through Sydney's emerging small bar scene and discover the spots that are popping up around the city in heritage buildings and laneways.
What to Expect
This food and drink tour of Sydney will give you a literal taste of all the city has to offer! Over the course of the evening, in a small group, you will visit three different small bars, all tucked away in basements, back alleys, old horse-cart carriageways, loading docks, and other hard-to-find corners. You’ll spend about 45 minutes in each venue, giving you plenty of time to sample some snacks and/or enjoy a drink, depending on what’s on offer at each place.
You’ll start the tour at the glass dome in Wynyard Park, the site of the old military barracks where the New South Wales Corps marched to arrest Governor Bligh in 1808 — known later as the Rum Rebellion. In the mid 1800s, it then became a site for shops and homes, with a recreational square. The tour will end in the Kent Street area, after three hours of exploring the city center via the nooks and crannies hidden away in downtown Sydney.
One of the great things about this tour is that it’s rarely the same thing twice! You might be treated to speciality pizza one time, or tapas or dumplings another time, washed down with maybe a glass of mulled wine in winter or sangria in summer. Come with an open mind for whatever’s placed in front of you! In between stops, you’ll be guided along some of Sydney’s most interesting streets, where you can discover other venues, see fantastic street art, spy intriguing spaces, and learn where the locals really go after work hours.
- Local English-speaking guide
- Food or drink samples at venues
What's Not Included
- Additional food and drink
- Souvenirs and personal shopping
- Tips/gratuities for your guide
Know Before You Go
• You will be in a small group of a maximum of 12 people
• Travelers under 18 years of age are not permitted to join this tour