Sydney Common
Modern CBD Bars

161 Elizabeth Street, Sydney CBD, 2000

Sydney Common’s dedicated bar beneath the glass atrium is the perfect place to relax with a martini, or as a leisurely stopover on the way to dinner in the dining room.

The space can also be booked for private hire of up to 80 guests.


Sydney Common is available for private functions & venue hire
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Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
Closed 4pm - 11pm 4pm - 11pm 12pm - 11pm 12pm - 11pm 4pm - 11pm Closed
Mon Closed
Tue 4pm - 11pm
Wed 4pm - 11pm
Thu 12pm - 11pm
Fri 12pm - 11pm
Sat 4pm - 11pm
Sun Closed

Pricing and inclusions may be subject to change without notice.


The Bar at Sydney Common

Ideal for unwinding with a martini or as a leisurely pit stop en route to the dining room for supper.

A variety of small plates are available on the new bar menu to complement the dining room selection. Highlights of the menu include fried whitebait with sichuan salt, roasted artichokes with parmesan custard, Sydney Rock oysters with finger lime and rice vinegar, prawn katsu sandwich, and a platter of cured meats with Wagyu bresaola, saucisson, and LP's mortadella, along with a variety of Australian cheeses.

Savor specialty drinks such as the Sunset Stride (pineapple-infused Olmeca Blanco tequila, red wine syrup, and lemon), Red Carpet (Bombay Sapphire gin, St Germain, and Pinot Noir), and Sydney Common Negroni (Poor Toms gin, Campari, and lemon-infused vermouth).

Sydney Common Restaurant

Awarded a hat by Good Food Guide Australia, Sydney Common is a fine dining restaurant that blends classic and contemporary charm, delivering a new take on hotel dining, and evoking a lively yet relaxed experience in the heart of Sydney.

With sweeping views of Hyde Park, Sydney Common is the perfect location to linger with a martini or glass of Champagne in the bar, stay for a leisurely dinner in the dining room, or host an exclusive event in the private dining room.

Sydney Common celebrates contemporary, ingredient-focused woodfire cooking, with a uniquely Australian accent. Guests can dine from the restaurant's a la carte menu, bar menu, set menu or tasting menu, known as the ‘Market Menu'.