ARIA Restaurant is situated on the very edge of Sydney Harbour. It is co-owned and operated by Matt Moran and Peter Sullivan.
With six unique spaces under the one roof, The Argyle is able to cater for any event – large or small.
Cruise is a stylish yet relaxed waterfront venue with a range of dining, entertainment and event options to entice.
Creperie Suzette Harbour Rocks Hotel has transformed what was once an antique souvenir shop into a vintage-inspired, French creperie. With interiors styled by Sibella Court, crepe hot plates brought in from Paris and Double Roasters coffee beans from Marrickville, Creperie Suzette is an artisans go-to for quality galettes, crepes and coffee in a rustic setting […]
Sydney waterfront restaurant, Front Restaurant for al fresco dining. Relax and enjoy spectacular views of Walsh Bay and the majestic Sydney Harbour…
With its spectacular harbour backdrop taking in the life and majesty of Circular Quay to its wonderful ambience, quality of service and consistent standard of cuisine, Cafe Sydney is acknowledged as one of the centrepieces of Sydney dining.
Step above bustling Circular Quay and enjoy the new luxe feeling of ECQ Bar, within the 5-star Quay Grand Suites Sydney.
The Glenmore Hotel has been an Aussie icon since 1921. With its colonial old English charm and character, The Glenmore has been a popular watering hole which has survived depressions, wars, plagues to name but a few and this unique slice of history is located next to one of the world’s most beautiful harbours.
Perfectly positioned within a three-level 18th century sandstone building in the heart of The Rocks precinct, Italian Village brings the tradition and simplicity of Italy to the shores of Sydney Harbour.
Welcome to the Ivy Bar, a sophisticated new urban playground. This purpose built bar has intimate corners for private chats and relaxed lounging plus lots of space for dancing the night away.
Opera Bar boasts the most enviable position in Sydney. Located on the lower concourse level of the Sydney Opera House, Opera Bar offers spectacular views of the Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and all the wonders of the city skyline.
One of the oldest hotels in The Rocks offers a four distinct areas available for functions, with a space for every event, from formal dining to cocktail parties and glamorous nightclubbing with harbour views.
Peter Doyle @ the Quay is more than just a great restaurant in a great setting. It’s a symbol of the best that Sydney has to offer like all of Peter Doyle’s premium products.
Located in the Rocks on the corner of Argyle street and Sydney’s oldest cobblestone laneway, Kendall lane, designer Michael McCann transformed the historic former bond warehouse into a unique dinning space.
Situated in the dress circle of the harbour, Quay has some of Sydney’s most spectacular views, sweeping from the Opera House to the Harbour Bridge.
Rockpool, in the historic Rocks area of Sydney is the fine dining jewel in the Rockpool Group’s crown.
A fresh approach to dining in the Rocks. Grand Australian cuisine in a fusion of historical sandstone and the finest contemporary setting. Relaxed and charming, this is the best in service & location. Come try Scarlett Restaurant today.
The Basement takes it live from centre stage 6-7 nights of the week.
Housed within a heritage cellar in the heart of The Rocks, The Cut Bar & Grill presents Sydney with a contemporary twist on a traditional concept.
Boasting awe-inspiring views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the world-famous Opera House, Waterfront offers guests the finest harbour front dining position in Sydney.
Nestled in an original sandstone storehouse at Campbell’s Cove in the historic Rocks precinct, Wolfies offers unrivalled views of Sydney’s spectacular Harbour Bridge and Opera House.