The 9 Best Open Air Bars You Need To Visit This Summer
No one likes being stuck in a stuffy bar when summer hits Sydney.
Luckily the sun-soaked venue trend of 2015 has extended in to this year with a slew of refurbished and old favourite rooftops to keep you sunkissed during your Sunday sessions.
We’ve tried and tested these open air bars and narrowed down the competition to our nine favourite destinations to wet your whistle.
The Woollahra Hotel - The Terrace
The Woollahra Hotel is an iconic favourite, but with a recent change of hands, you will now find a revamped menu and a stunning refurbished open air terrace for dinners, parties and casual drinks. Check the daily meal deals (mmmmmm pan-fried salmon) ahead of time, along with the lineup of live music on Thursday and Sundays.
A convenient loctaion and a vibrant garden courtyard atmosphere to boot, look no further for your fave summer haunt.
The Glenmore RooftopIf you've never been to The Rocks' most famous rooftop, consider The Glenmore your summer evening prescription. Take in the city lights and Sydney Harbour on the weekend or head over early after work to beat the crowds and snag a coveted table.
Coogee Pavilion Rooftop
Justin Hemmes is irrefutably a genius when it comes to taking a floundering location and turning it into the latest and greated Sydney hotspot. Case in point: Coogee Pavilion. Having just launched it's Sunday Sundown live music event on the rooftop, a rainy forecast can't keep away the crowds from the fantastic smorgasbord, multiple bars (no lines!) and quintessential Merivale atmosphere.