Ever on the lookout for places with amazing atmosphere, great food and scenic views.
Published October 9th 2011
What do you get when you cross an alcoholic beverage with a cosy venue in eastern Sydney? You get the Pocket Bar!
The concept of a small intimate bar is somewhat of a niche market. It caters to inner city folk and visitors alike who prefer a quiet drink, audible conversation or a bite to eat without the hassle or commotion of a larger establishment.
Operating inconspicuously within the walls of a rendered corner block, the Pocket Bar on Burton St, Darlinghurst is such a place.
Walking in, the atmosphere speaks for itself. There's a noticeable change in pace and you can't help but feel relaxed. Mood lighting and music playing subtly in the background lures you in whilst the eclectic mix of artworks, random objects and regal furniture compete for your attention.
As your eyes adjust to the light, you start to take in your surroundings and see what a really impressive place the Pocket Bar is.
Friendly and attentive staff happily take your order, arrange extra seating or give you time to peruse the drinks menu. Pocket Bar offers everything from signature cocktails and beers to spirits and wines. The selection is so comprehensive, it's hard to decide what to have first.
Being a small venue, it would be wise to ring ahead or book online. This is a great little bar, perfect for drinks after work or meeting up with friends before heading out for a night on the town.
Be sure to visit the Pocket Bar and see for yourself.