The round-up: Pub crawl destinations through Paddington and Petrie Terrace
Whether its for a birthday, work party or a stag or hen’s night, a good old pub crawl is one of the best ways celebrate. If you are looking for a night on the town, why not try and take in a few venues in the inner west suburbs of Paddington and Petrie Terrace.
Any good pub crawl requires a bit of sustenance to ensure energy levels are high throughout the evening. We suggest kicking things of at Remy’s on Latrobe Terrace with a cheeseburger and a Pistonhead lager. Once you chowed down, head to The Black Grape and try something a little bit fancy, before rounding the corner to Kettle and Tin for a Kingston Punch cocktail. Across the road is Yard Bird Ale House, where you can enjoy a craft beer and a few chicken wings if you need to fill the gaps. Further down the road is The Paddo, an iconic drinking and dining spot for Paddington locals which is worth a visit. Rounding out the Paddington crawl is new hotspot Darling & Co, where cocktails flow and the atmosphere is on point. Underneath Darling & Co is a hidden cocktail bar called The Unforgiven, boasting a seductive atmosphere and a boutique selection of Australian spirits.
Caxton Street looms up ahead and it’s time to rally for a second wind. Statler & Waldorf is a relaxed spot to take a breather and have a bite if required, followed by Brewski across the road for a craft beer – be sure to ask the staff for their recommendation. Make a quick pit stop at The Caxton Hotel before heading up the road to Los Villanos for a Mexican-themed cocktail or top-shelf tequila. Down Petrie Terrace sits Hops Scotch & Beans, which boasts a great outdoor drinking area to enjoy a nice scotch. Finally, we suggest you end the night at Lefty’s Old Time Music Hall for a boogie and a whisky apple. Feel free to pick and choose your spots, or divide the crawl over separate occasions.
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