Harpoon Harry
Latin American Bar

Surry Hills, 2010
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
11:30am-3am11:30am-3am11:30am-3am11:30am-3am11:30am-3am 11:30am-3am11:30am-3am

ABOUT Harpoon Harry
Latin American Bar

Located in Sydney’s inner-city suburb Surry Hills, Harpoon Harry is a Latin-American inspired bar and restaurant on the bottom level of Hotel Harry.

The menu is filled with Latin-American goods, including tacos, burgers and stacked nachos. Head chef Paul Wilson has made fresh, locally sourced produce a priority and his extensive knowledge of authentic Latin cooking shines through in every dish.

The décor is extremely retro-Cuban, with vintage style posters, some featuring revolutionary Che Guevara, on the walls and a bright colour scheme. The upstairs lounge is green and lush and makes for the perfect place for a quiet drink with a new date.

The drinks menu is also full of favourites, including an array of wines, beer and ciders on tap and some great cocktail jugs for sharing. Classic and house favourite cocktails are also available for something a bit more luxe.

Harpoon Harry opens at 11:30am daily with the kitchen closing at 10pm from Sunday-Thursday and closes at 11pm on Friday and Saturday nights, with the bar staying open until 3am every night of the week.

We recently included Harpoon Harry in an article about the cosiest places to eat in Sydney this winter! Click here to check it out.

Contact the venue via the contact form provided or by the phone number, email & web address below the form.


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