The Local Bar
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Sydney CBD, 2000
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
7.30am - Late7.30am - Late7.30am - Late7.30am - Late7.30am - Late ClosedClosed

ABOUT The Local Bar
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A team of recognisable faces – George and Erica Gregan, Sam Neill, David Wenham, Phil Waugh and Michael Campbell – opened the Local Bar with a simple concept in mind; a good quality spot where people can open a bottle of wine with friends and enjoy a casual bistro meal.

Located in the footprint of Sydney’s most impressive skyscrapers, The Local Bar maintains an inviting atmosphere where you’ll be greeted by comfortable indoor and outdoor seating, heaters in the cooler months and soft, warm lighting within.

The Local Bar is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, which makes it a favourite amongst the business crowd. It is the ideal spot in the city to meet for a catch up over breakfast, a business lunch, a coffee meeting or post-work drinks.

The menu includes a plat du jour and covers all bases, from share plates, to light options such as healthy salads, to more substantial dishes such as the classic steak frites, a wagyu beef burger and seasonally inspired pasta and seafood dishes.

Known for their impressive wine selection, the well-crafted list features wines by the glass as well as boutique beers and cocktails.

The Local Bar is available for private functions & venue hire
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