Employees Only Sydney
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Sydney CBD, 2000
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N/AN/A5pm - Midnight5pm - Midnight5pm - midnight 5pm - midnightN/A

ABOUT Employees Only Sydney
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Tucked away behind an unassuming psychic sign, Employees Only pairs flawlessly executed cocktails with delicious food, together in an ambient space.

With a New York inspired menu, cocktails by the masters, and signature tarot readings until the early hours, Employees Only appeals to the New York state of mind. The venue atmosphere is accented by dark timber, brass, highlights and plush green velvet is illustrated by skylights and is an ode to the original speakeasy institution still located in New Yorks West Village.

Book dining in the Private Room, or enjoy intimate cocktails shaken or stirred. This world-renowned cocktail bar has only one rule, expect the unexpected.

Employees Only is available for private functions & venue hire
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