The Local Taphouse (Sydney), Darlinghurst

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SYDNEY | The Local Taphouse Darlinghurst, along with its sister pub in Melbourne’s St Kilda is one Australia’s premier craft beer venues. Housed in an old hotel that spans three levels, the atmosphere of the venue is very old school pub like with lots of lacquered wood and dark furnishings. The rooftop bar is a different prospect, and makes the most of Sydney’s bright and sunny days.

Across The Local Taphouse’s three bars you can find, taps featuring 20 unique and rotating beers along with an impressive bottle range featuring rare beers that you may not be able to find elsewhere. The beer list contains beers both local and international brews, and there’s generally a good selection of styles available so that there’s something for everyone. If you want to try a few things, a tasting paddle for $17.50 will get you small pours of your pick of five of the beers on tap. Staff are friendly and knowledgeable, and happy to guide you through the beers on offer.

Food is elevated pub grub. Southern-style fried buttermilk chicken, tasty pasta dishes, and a fine tasting burger with thick cut chips to name a few of the options.

No matter what the time of year or the weather, The Local Taphouse provides a great place to settle in and enjoy some great beers.

The Local Taphouse (Darlinghurst)

22 Flinders Street
Darlinghurst
New South Wales 2010
Australia

Telephone: (02) 9360 0088
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://thelocal.com.au/darlinghurst/

Open
Sun – Wed: 12:00pm to 12:00am
Thu – Sat: 12:00pm to 1:00am

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