The 10 Best Bars in Bondi, NSW
Bondi Beach is one of Australia’s most famous beaches. After looking at many photos on social media sites, you would get the impression that it’s only suitable for tanning, scuba diving, and sunrise yoga.
However, this beautiful beachfront is the host to some of the best bars in the world. Let’s take a close look at ten of the best bars on the beach.
The Stuffed Beaver
The Stuffed Beaver offers all the action that you can find at bars in North America. This includes cold beer, delicious hot wings, and a huge bouncer standing at the door. You can enjoy the nostalgic atmosphere without dealing with cold temperatures and dangerous wildlife.
It’s not as popular as the other bars on this list, but it shouldn’t be overlooked. Mini-hot dogs and good music can be found here. This is the perfect place to go if you want a Hardware Maria with a splash of beetroot juice and a sesame-salt rim after a long day on the beach.
Bondi Bowling Club
This is a cool spot where you can let your hair down and relax. It has a nice terrace, large picnic tables, and G.H. Mumm umbrellas. It’s pretty busy on the weekends.
This new bar is located one block or two from Icebergs. A talented bar staff, led by Andy Penney, will be more than happy to serve you a variety of awesome drinks. Tequila is their specialty!
Icebergs Dining Room and Bar
You should visit this spot early in the afternoon on the weekend. The bar’s design and ambiance is incredible. Just imagine sipping on your favorite drink while gazing at the Pacific Ocean. It’s one of life’s most treasured moments.
The Corner House
This sleek restaurant-cum-bar has been a star attraction on the corner of Denham Street and Bondi Road for several years. The Corner House offers a friendly atmosphere and exceptional service. Add some spice to your night with a Venetian Spritzer or a Bulldog gin and tonic. Step your game up with a bottle of the 2007 Luigi Bosca Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon from Mendoza Argentina.
This bar knows how to welcome their patrons. Panama and the Corner House’s Josh Evans is behind the snacks menu and Simon McGoram is on the cans. This festive bar is notorious for serving smashing cocktails.
The Bucket List Bar and Eatery
You should visit this bar if you enjoy big prawns and cold jugs of Pimm’s. The Bucket List Bar and Eatery can be compared to St. Tropez’s Club 55 and a Paris Hilton Champagne shower in the Eastern Beaches. You are bound to have a great time.
The Flying Squirrel may be history, but Fat Rupert’s is here to take its place. This bar serves their cocktails in jars and a menu filled with gluten-free items. Fat Rupert’s also offers Flying Squirrel ravioli for their patrons that are holding on to the past.
You cannot go wrong with the Panama House if you are into quality wine. Do you want to wind down after a long day? Try the Sip, Sip-n’Swig. This is a small Corona with the following ingredients: pineapple juice, coriander, jalapeño, a verdita chaser of mint, and a shot of tequila. Hey, this Panamanian lifestyle is truly exciting. This used to be a good one but they seem to have been closed permanently.
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