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NSW’s Cosiest Bars Serving Guinness

NSW’s Cosiest Bars Serving Guinness

The ultimate bars to keep you warm in the big smoke while sipping on the Irish brew.

Did you know the prime weather for enjoying a Guinness is five to seven degrees? That’s why we’re serving you all the cosiest pubs serving Irish beer right in the city of smoke. 

As part of the winter season make sure to visit to check the temperature on the magic Guinness Thermometer hiding along the NSW border.

All you have to do is register your information, and when the temperature hits 5-7 degrees Celsius, you will receive a text with instructions and a link to redeem your free Guinness.

But as promised, we present to you some of the cosiest bars serving the hearty Irish dry stout guaranteed to make you feel like you’ve escaped the chill.

There’s no better way to stay warm than having a pint in front of a roaring fireplace and crowded, lively bar. Cheers!

The Duke of Clarence

This CBD pub is the brainchild of renowned venue owners Mikey Enright and Julian Train, who have struck gold again.

Both Enright and Train have used their vision to create a charming 18th-century English-inspired tavern that'll make you feel like you should've stepped right into a Charles Dicken’s novel - the perfect way to escape the brunt of the cold. 

PJ O’Briens

Sydney bar also offers you a little slice of Ireland right in the CBD. This venue sits on the corner of King and Clarence street, so you can’t miss it!

PJ O’Briens serves some classic dishes as well as contemporary Irish meals that are sure you appease your cravings. Also, on those freezing winter nights, enjoy the glow and warmth of the open fire.

Mercantile Hotel

It’s no doubt that one of Sydney’s oldest Irish pubs is one of the top-tier places to sip on the creamy stout.

Known as ‘home of the Guinness’ among locals, the iconic pub has undergone many facelifts over the years, but what remains is great hospitality, hearty meals and a welcoming atmosphere sure to keep your cup full all through winter. 

The Dog Hotel Randwick

If you’re looking for a laid-back, feel-good vibe, look no further than The Dog Hotel. Known for its classic bistro interiors and excellent cold beers, this Randwick local gem is one of the best places to sip on the Irish brew.

This place is extremely comfortable, made to feel like an extension of your living room, which is why it's beloved by the community so dearly. 

Also, make sure you dig into their delicious pub grub.

Make sure you stay warm this winter and visit these all-time favourite bars. Whether you’re merely escaping the cold or insisting on keeping the momentum going from ‘Hot Girl Summer’, these are the perfect little gems to try while tucking into a delicious Guinness.

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