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Wine Bars Restaurants in Sydney

 Wine bars in Sydney are a big hit with locals and visitors, alike

Food and wine combine perfectly in wine bars across Sydney, creating a haven of good food and great alcohol, where you don’t have to fully commit to a sit-down dinner, but you’re also not ruling out the possibility of having a few nice snacks throughout the course of the evening. If you’re searching for an upmarket wine bar in Sydney, you’ll be highly impressed with all that the city has to offer. Sydney, the capital city of New South Wales is also one of Australia’s largest cities and houses the harbourfront Sydney Opera House, Darling Harbour, the arched Harbour Bridge, as well as the Royal Botanic Garden. With a population of 5 million people, there are hundred of wine bars to keep Sydney folks happy. Whether it’s for a special occasion or simply for some post-work drinks, Quandoo can help you find the best wine bars in Sydney. By booking ahead you’ll skip queues, and get down to life’s crucial questions, such as – Riesling or Rioja?

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Gregory Hills Hotel

Gregory Hills Hotel

Gregory HIlls
Bar$$$$
5.0/6352
Gregory Hills Hotel
Hotel Palisade – The Public House

Hotel Palisade – The Public House

Millers Point
Bar$$$$
4.7/687
Hotel Palisade – The Public House
The Cookhouse

The Cookhouse

Randwick
Bar
4.6/6124
The Cookhouse
The Wolf

The Wolf

Sydney CBD
Bar$$$$
4.8/691
The Wolf
Li'l Darlin Darlinghurst

Li'l Darlin Darlinghurst

Darlinghurst
Bar$$$$
5.0/655
Li'l Darlin Darlinghurst
Harts Pub

Harts Pub

Sydney CBD
Bar$$$$
5.0/647
Harts Pub
80 Bar & Cafe

80 Bar & Cafe

Ultimo
Bar
5.0/630
80 Bar & Cafe
Zinc Bar

Zinc Bar

Cronulla
Bar$$$$
4.5/634
Zinc Bar
Mercantile Hotel

Mercantile Hotel

Sydney CBD
Bar$$$$
5.3/626
Mercantile Hotel
PJ's

PJ's

Parramatta
Bar$$$$
4.3/630
PJ's
Hotel Mosman

Hotel Mosman

Mosman
Bar
5.3/622
Hotel Mosman
The Royal Oak Hotel

The Royal Oak Hotel

Double Bay
Bar
5.4/69
The Royal Oak Hotel
Tackleshack

Tackleshack

Cronulla
Bar$$$$
3.8/622
Tackleshack
Native Rose

Native Rose

Rozelle
Bar$$$$
6.0/61
Native Rose
Mr Fox

Mr Fox

Surry Hills
Bar$$$$
5.7/63
Mr Fox
Riverwood Hotel

Riverwood Hotel

Riverwood
Bar$$$$
6.0/61
Riverwood Hotel
Titus Jones

Titus Jones

Marrickville
Bar$$$$
5.7/63
Titus Jones
Speakeasy Bar

Speakeasy Bar

Bondi
Bar$$$$
4.9/67
Speakeasy Bar
Wentworth Hotel

Wentworth Hotel

Gladesville
Bar$$$$
4.5/64
Wentworth Hotel
The Old Rabbit Bar

The Old Rabbit Bar

Sydney CBD
Bar$$$$
3.4/67
The Old Rabbit Bar
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    Eat to your heart’s content in Sydney’s wine bars

    There’s something very dignified up about eating nice food while you consume copious amounts of alcohol... It makes it seem less antisocial and far more glamourous, so while you’re necking back the wine you can pick at some little plates of tasty food too. Sydney’s coastal location means you’re never too far from fantastic seafood and you’ll find the likes of fresh oysters, garlic and white wine-infused moules frites, calamari, lobster rolls or fresh crab meat salads on offer at wine bars in Sydney. Enjoy nice Italian or French wines in a taverna while eating little plates of antipasti, cured meats, cheeses and vegetables. Get some jamon Iberico, patatas bravas and other tapas while enjoying a lovely full-bodied Tempranillo at Spanish wine bars in Sydney. Or, alternatively go the Aussie barbecue route with a nice Australian Shiraz and a mountain of smoked meats!
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    Sydney wine bars come in all shapes and sizes

    No matter what part of Sydney you’re in, the chances are pretty high that you’ll be within spitting distance of a great wine bar... Whether it’s a wine bar with a glorious terrace overlooking Bondi Beach, or a cosy wine bar in a cellar in St Leonards there’ll be one to fit your requirements (or the changing seasons!). Head to Bibo in Double Bay for an upmarket European wine bar with low lighting and a beautiful back yard ideal for the warm Sydney evenings. 10 William Street in Paddington has a big name chef and even bigger flavours – their menu of raw bar snacks is super inventive, and the great accompaniment to a nice bottle of Pinot Noir. Monopole at Potts Point has a seriously impressive wine list, with an affordable tasting menu that’s insanely good value. Cheap and cheerful wine bars are important when Wine Wednesday rolls round but you’re still eagerly awaiting your paycheque, so head to 121 BC in Surry Hills for a glorious Italian wine bar that won’t break the bank.
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    . How to find the best wine bars in Sydney

    Finding a wonderful wine bar in Sydney has never been easier... With Quandoo, all you have to do is filter your search by type, in this case choose ‘wine bars’, select Sydney, set your price range and we’ll do all the hard work by showing you the best wine bars that Sydney has to offer. If you’ve been thinking about organising a night out with friends, family, colleagues or your main squeeze, you’ll find that Sydney’s wine bars have so much to offer. So what are you waiting for?! Book in at one of the many wine bars in Sydney with Quandoo today, and get ready for a glorious evening.