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The Soda Factory
Hidden Sydney Bar and Diner

Surry Hills, 2010
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
5pm - Late5pm - Late5pm - Late5pm - Late5pm - 3am 6pm - 3amClosed

ABOUT The Soda Factory
Hidden Sydney Bar and Diner

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The Soda Factory is a hidden cocktail bar and American style diner located in Sydney's Surry Hills. The Soda Factory is known for it's cheap eats and drinks throughout the week. They're a 50's themed diner that puts together a mad playlist of 80's and 90's music.

Their well know for their Movie Mondays which include free popcorn to assist you while you relax and enjoy a classic movie. They have their famous $1 Gourmet Hot Dog deal every Tuesday and Juke Box Thursday that goes very very late into the night.

Among all those amazing factors, the thing that makes this bar truly hidden is that to enter, you have to walk through a door that is disguised as a fridge to be able to enjoy all the cheap underground goodies on offer.

 

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

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