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RESTAURANTS KINGS CROSS

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Sapphire Lounge

2 Kellet St, Kings Cross NSW 2011

A polished gem in the Kings Cross renaissance, Sapphire Lounge brings sophistication to Sydney's notoriously fickle bar set, possessing both the appeal of an intimate lounge and an enticing night spot. Frequented by jet set celebrities and high profile sports people, and evoking the sophistication of the ultimate place to be; Sapphire Lounges striking design, luxe décor and seamless functionality combined with an excellent array of music is great for sipping a cocktail, nibbling on canapés or simply dancing the night away.

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Zacharys Sydney

28-30 Bayswater Rd, Kings Cross NSW 2011

Zachary's is located in the hub of Kings Cross on Bayswater Road and has various areas available for groups, parties or events. Priding themselves on the friendly, no attitude, casual environment, Zachary's plays sultry sounds, produces fantastic food and serves boutique tap beer alongside great cocktails.The best thing about Zachary’s is that there’s no need to rush, as both the bar and kitchen stay open throughout the night (3am on Friday and Saturday).

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The Bourbon

24 Darlinghurst Rd, Kings Cross NSW 2011

The Bourbon is renowned as undoubtedly being one of Sydney’s most beautiful and stylish venues. Modern and contemporary, yet casual and relaxed, the new look Bourbon still retains the same popularity it has always enjoyed over the last 42 years since its opening in 1967.

The Bourbon still retains its late night license and offers patrons a great selection of local and imported beers, wines, spirits and signature cocktails, served by our highly trained and dedicated team. Patrons can also enjoy a light snack or a more substantial meal from our fabulous bistro menu, available 7 days from midday to 10pm.

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Hugos Lounge

33 Bayswater Rd, Kings Cross NSW 2011

With a swanky and moody decor, dimmed lights and a sexy-cool vibe, Hugo's Lounge is the epitome of smooth. Smooth music, smooth waiters and, most importantly, smooth food. Nowadays, Peter Evans' kitchen is manned by John Lanzafame, the former king of haute Italian cuisine in Haberfield, who has taken his cooking to decidedly more sultry surrounds. It also means continued quality for this eat and drink destination that remains a see-and-be-seen Sydney hotspot.

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Kit & Kaboodle Supper Club

33-37 Darlinghurst rd, Kings Cross NSW 2011

This two storey entertainment hub is set in downtown Kings Cross and is the perfect fusion of contempory kitsch design, cutting edge music and personalised service for the discerning Sydneysider looking for good times, food, drinks and a late-night party.

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Libertine

1 Kellett St, Kings Cross NSW 2011

This cocktail lounge and restaurant sits demurely in a nook of hedonistic Kings Cross. Glamorous colonial French-Vietnamese decor sets the scene for a seductive mix of cocktails and chopstick-friendly temptations.

The richly appointed Libertine will probably seduce you in a blink, with its sexy lighting and tantalising cocktails. This jewel of a venue is tucked away in Kellett Street, close to plenty of other bars but away from the main drag of Kings Cross and its famous sleaze.

French-Vietnamese influences shape the bar menu, with snacks such as sticky babyback ribs, giant prawn crackers and chilled baby lotus roots in chilli and coriander. The bar food is sensibly priced, leaving you free to invest your dosh in the carefully crafted wine list, or dip into the swoon-worthy cocktail list. The Libertini (the bar's signature take on the martini) goes down a treat. It muddles lychees together with gin, creme de peche, lemon and ruby grapefruit juice. Alternatively try the Manuka Mule. It begins with the sweet taste of manuka honey and then delivers a final fiery kick of chilli-infused vodka that leaves your lips tingling.

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The Sugarmill

33-35 Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross NSW 2011

Nestled in the heart of the Cross, Sydney’s newest pub packs a punch with the locals. This new venue offers the creature comforts of your local tavern, and the best pub food this side of the bridge, in a unique setting that welcomes you to settle in.

Sugarmill is a wonderful fusion of the corner pub with the warm presence of your favourite bar by night. The interiors are an ode to the Kings Cross of old- relaxed, warm and tactile. Antique ochre wall tiling, peeling paint coming off the walls, grand ceilings with intact plasterwork complimented with brown vintage inspired leather and studded booths, Italian style dark-stained timber bars and timber moulding bar fronts.

The unique boho looked is pulled together with old-school furnishings and a diverse collection of light fixtures that add to the nuances of the space, an environment in which to wear sneakers or stilettos.

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Bourbon Bar

24 Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross NSW 2011

The Bourbon is renowned as undoubtedly being one of Sydney’s most beautiful and stylish venues. Modern and contemporary, yet casual and relaxed, the new look Bourbon still retains the same popularity it has always enjoyed over the last 39 years since its opening in 1967.

The Bourbon still retains its late night license and offers patrons a great selection of local and imported beers, wines, spirits and signature cocktails, served by our highly trained and dedicated team. Patrons can also enjoy a light snack or a more substantial meal from our fabulous bistro menu, available 7 days from midday to 10pm.

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Eye Bar

68 Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross NSW 2011

Located on the bustling main street of Kings Cross, Eye Bar has everything you need for a great night out. Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere and welcoming staff as you sit in comfort. Taste the great food, or sip on the wide range of drinks all while listening to the latest dance tunes.

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Barrio Chino

28-30 Bayswater Road, Kings Cross NSW 2011

Barrio Chino is Sydney’s premier Mexican Taqueria and Tequileria located in the heart of Kings Cross. Serving a light, fine fare and guided by the concept of traditional Mexican cuisine made current, fresh and interesting, the menu offers a blend of Mexican street food, served dinner table style. In collaboration with well-known Australian bartender Naren Young, Barrio Chino also has an expansive and innovative cocktail list with more than eighty 100% blue agave tequila.

The venue offers intimate dinners for two or accommodations for groups of up to 160. Barrio Chino is open on Tuesday through Sunday at 5:00 p.m with late night service & food offering until 2:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. Get directions here

El Rocco

Shp 22/ 154 Brougham St, Kings Cross NSW 2011

Penny's Lane Restaurant

Corner of Penny's Lane & Kings Cross Road, Kings Cross NSW 2011

Dean's

5 Kellet Street, Kings Cross NSW 2011
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The Empire Hotel

32 Darlinghurst, Kings Cross NSW 2011
The Empire Hotel in Kings Cross is an institution and much more than a corner pub. Spread over three levels from the vantage point of the street bar to the lively mid bar and the hip Plantation bar on the top level, overlooking this infamous suburb. Both the upper two bars provide revellers with funky beats from popular DJs. With the Plantation bar having a more chic ambience, loose yourself in the modern d├ęcor, particularly the wicker seats that hang from ceiling wires. Open 24 hours, this nightclub is the perfect place to head if you want to party all night or day long.

The Elk

23 Darlinghurst, Kings Cross NSW 2011