Poor Toms Gin Hall, Marrickville

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SYDNEY | Poor Toms Gin Hall opened in 2018, three years after Poor Tom’s started making gin after a successful crowdfunding campaign. In the time they’ve been distilling, Poor Tom’s have won several awards for their highly regarded gins. The space has a super relaxed vibe and is a kind of lush church meets garden oasis with hanging plants, stained glass and a backlit ‘holy archway’.

Their floral signature Sydney Dry Gin works wonderfully in a gin and tonic, as does their Strawberry gin, which is steeped with young ginger, hibiscus and strawberries. For something really unique, try one of the weekly rotating cocktails that experiment with seasonal fruits and herbs. For example strawberry creaming soda with dry gin and Lillet Blanc, and a negroni mixed with homemade amaro.

There’s no kitchen, but you can order pizzas from nearby Pizza Madre through bar staff. Orders are placed every half hour, and delivered to the bar. You can also purchase bottles of gin and other merch to take away.

Poor Toms Gin Hall

6 Chalder Avenue
Marrickville
New South Wales 2204
Australia

Telephone: (02) 9557 2282
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Fri: 3:00pm to 10:00pm
Sat – Sun: 12:00pm to 10:00pm

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