Bars & City Drinking

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American Bar at The Savoy

Perhaps the most famous hotel in the world, The Savoy reopened in 2010 after a three-year, £100m+ refurbishment. While the rest of the hotel now sparkles

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Tayer + Elementary

At first glance, this is yet another brutalist Shoreditch/Hoxton/Old Street bar with bare concrete, exposed aircon ducking and raw steel trunking. But

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The World's Most Sustainable Bar

“Sustainability should be important to everyone everywhere,” states Odd Strandbakken, bar manager of Oslo’s HIMKOK, officially the world’s most

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Bristol bar guide

Once a major industrial city with one of the country's largest ports, Bristol is still England's tenth largest city. It was through Bristol that much of

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Press Club

Located in the prime position of Brunswick St in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley, Press Club is a steampunk vibe bar focusing on cocktail finesse and live

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Boilermaker House

Housed on Melbourne's Lonsdale Street, Boilermaker House, as the name suggests, is a venue with an emphasis on whisk(e)y and beer, housing 900 plus whiskies

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Above Board

Housed in Melbourne's inner north suburb of Collingwood, Above Board is the brainchild of veteran bartender Hayden Lambert. Head up the stairs via craft

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The Gresham

Award winning and Heritage listed, The Gresham is located on the famous Queen St in Brisbane city. Originally designed for the Queensland National Bank

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Jack Rabbits

Hidden in Electric Avenue, up the stairs and through a wardrobe lies Jack Rabbits, a whisk(e)y and cocktail focused bar based on a 1920s prohibition speakeasy.

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The Wild Rover

Enter through the big wooden door with the red light on Campbell St in Sydney's Surry Hills and you will discover a world of fun and whiskey. Living

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9 of the creepiest bars for Halloween

Sadly, none of us will ever sit at The Shining's Gold Room bar and chat with the world's most sinister bartender, Lloyd. Yet from vampire strippers to

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Bar Americano

If the overcrowded, loud music, sticky floor, and cheap drinks scene is your thing, then Bar Americano is not the bar for you. In true Melbournian fashion,

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Mjølner

Head down the heavy weathered wooden door on Cleveland St in Sydney's inner-city suburb of Redfern and you'll pleasantly be transported to the Viking Era

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Stitch Bar

Stitch Bar used to be, together with few others, one of the first small speakeasy style bars of the Sydney CBD and now, years later it's still pumping

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Soultrap

Sitting in a slightly hidden location in Sydney's inner-city suburb of Surry Hills, Soultrap is first and foremost a cocktail bar, albeit with a very jazz

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Door Knock

Door Knock is perhaps best described as a cosy venue where one can be transported to wherever in the world you want to be, with access to the venue being

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Bars to drink in history

Some classic bars last forever. Others don't. But these ten bars ooze so much history it's almost like travelling back in time.

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Documentary film about The American Bar at The Savoy

Inspired by untold stories, The American Bar A Perfect Ratio is a short documentary exploring life behind the scenes at this iconic London hotel bar.