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Top10 Top 10 cosy pubs in Sydney

On a cold winter’s day, there’s nothing like soaking up the warmth of a roaring fire as you sip a glass of red and fill your belly with a hearty meal. Sydney has an abundance of pubs, bars, and restaurants with fireplaces as well as mouth-watering winter menus to complement them. Here are ten of the best.
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Giving a whole new meaning to an underground bar, is the mysterious and trendy Palmer & Co in Sydney and one of the Merivale Groups most creative ventures.
If in you are in search of a terrific pub meal served with a cosy dose of British character, try the Lord Dudley hotel in Paddington which has become a much-loved local.
The Doss House is an underground heritage bar full of charm (and an impressive whiskey collection). In the heart of the historical Rocks precinct, get ready to be transported back to Sydney’s yesteryear.
There are 360 premium whiskies sitting in neat rows behind a fairy-lit bar and a fantastic Australian wine list boasts a whole lot of Shiraz.
Escape the crowd and enter this historic building for a few moments peace, discovering a local favourite for drinks and a decent pub meal.
Craving a little bit of southern charm? Head to Darlinghurst's Shady Pines Saloon, order a whiskey on the rocks, listen to Johnny Cash and allow this little bar to take you to the wild, wild west for a night
Surry Hills' Dove and Olive is the place to go if you love craft beer; the bar has more than 20 varieties on tap and they even host the Craft Beer Fight Club for bickering beer nerds.
The iconic Glebe Hotel (formerly called the Australian Youth Hotel) has been a stalwart of the Inner West since 1862 and has recently undergone major renovations. The history of the establishment can be felt at the public bar, full of character and charm while the Stables Bar and Restaurant (as you would guess, originally the hotel stables), deliver gastro pub food with flair.
On Surry Hills’ bustling Crown Street, the Trinity Hotel is an Eastern Suburbs’ stalwart, first opened in 1882. Formerly called Trinity Bar, the recently renovated drinking and dining destination features an upstairs bar Tilly May’s, named after two women who once ruled the streets of Surry Hills.
With its prime location on Crown Street, The Clock Hotel is a Surry Hills icon. The upstairs balcony is always buzzing with happy drinkers, watching the world go by on the street below. The Clock aims to please everyone – from those who enjoy a cocktail or two to diners who want to chill out in the leafy canopy of the courtyard.