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Palmer & Co
Best Dancing Bars

Sydney, 2000
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
5pm - 3am5pm - 3am5pm - 3:30am5pm - 3:30am3pm - 3:30am 4pm - 3:30am5pm - 3:30am

ABOUT Palmer & Co
Best Dancing Bars

We’ve found your new hump day hang out spot! Head down to Palmer & Co on Wednesday nights if you’re looking for that boost of energy you need to get you through that tail end of the work week. This Prohibition inspired speakeasy offers up a range of quirky yet delicious snacks like the chorizo mac and cheese, and their own funky twist on the humble toastie, with their bolognese and cheese jaffle!

But most importantly, come Wednesday nights, Palmer & Co takes you back in time to the 1940’s, the golden age of jazz, with its weekly swing night! And as you know, it don't mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing.

Palmer & Co also was chosen on our list of the hottest jazz bars in Sydney, which you can check out here!

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

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