Ever heard of the Gaelic Club. Neither had I until friday night. The secret Surry Hills gem, presented perfect venue for a 1920's Speak Easy. Complete with flappers, jazz and an unexpected blue grass band, the Gaelic Club presented quirk with class.
The drinks were not only served cheap, $5 pints, but with a smile and maybe a cuddle, you never know at the Gaelic. The remote location, with their plush couches, warm heaters and worn carpet built an almost homey atmosphere, ideal for a new winter haunt.
The affordable drinks didn't hurt either, pints of whiskey, beer and cider, kept in with spirit of Ireland while the mix of live bands playing everything from the banjo to the washboard kept the evening exciting. All in all, a night in the Gaelic is unlike a night anywhere else in Sydney; it is a culture shock followed with a warm hug and strong drink.