SYDNEY Gay Friendly Restaurants 2018

From dining by the sparkling blue harbour to sipping cocktails in sky bars with spectacular views, Sydney is a delicious and beautiful destination. Enjoy fine food and elegant wines, and heritage pubs and hearty meals. With flavours from around the world, taste succulent seafood and fresh produce.

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With great views, the Opera Bar has a relaxed vibe, for pizza and bistro food plus cocktails.

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Concrete Duck offers modern European cuisine in a chic, bright dining room with outdoor seating

Our guide to dining out in Sydney

Dine at one of Sydney’s top-rated restaurants – best to book your table in advance. Sample Australian wines at delightful bars. Enjoy lunch in a pub beside Sydney Harbour. Picnic in the Royal Botanic Garden, next to the Sydney Opera House, or on the beach at Bondi or Manly.

Visit one of the NSW wine regions; sample wines at the cellar door and eat locally grown fresh produce. Enjoy top restaurants in winegrowing areas such as the Hunter Valley, Orange, Mudgee and the Southern Highlands. You’ll also find award-winning restaurants on the South Coast, Central Coast and North Coast.

The city offers many eating options, from casual and affordable cafés and pubs, to award-winning restaurants on Sydney Harbour. Seafood is caught daily in the clean waters of the Pacific Ocean.

With a temperate climate and lots of sunshine, eating outdoors is popular year round. There are many cafés and restaurants in Sydney with outside dining, pubs with enticing courtyards, and rooftop bars with harbour and city skyline views.

Some of the best “eat streets” are to be found in Sydney’s vibrant inner city neighbourhoods, such as Potts Point, Chippendale, Surry Hills and Newtown, where there are numerous exciting cafés and restaurants offering creative menus.

The temperate climate is ideal for outdoor dining all year. Popular waterside dining locations include the heritage Finger Wharf in Woolloomooloo and Darling Harbour, home to the Sydney SEA LIFE Aquarium. A delicious way to experience sparkling Sydney Harbour is on lunch or dinner cruises.

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Our recommended restaurants in SYDNEY

Our editors have spent the past year researching the best places to eat! Here are our recommendations.

Opera Bar restaurant Sydney

Opera Bar

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Situated right by the waters edge, Opera Bar is often described as the best beer garden in the world.
Steel Bar and Grill restaurant Sydney

Steel Bar and Grill

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Located just a stone’s throw from George Street in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, Steel Bar and Grill offers a unique dining experience.
Sydney Cove Oyster Bar restaurant Sydney

Sydney Cove Oyster Bar

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Enjoying an excellent reputation as one of Sydney’s best seafood restaurants, the Sydney Cove Oyster Bar is the only seafood restaurant right on the water’s
Pendolino restaurant Sydney

Pendolino

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Under the skilful guidance of head chef and owner Nino Zoccali The Restaurant Pendolino specialises in regionally-inspired Italian cuisine
Tetsuya's restaurant in Sydney

Tetsuya's

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Tetsuya Wakuda refurbished an heritage-listed site, with influences of traditional Japanese-inspired style, to create a serene dining enclave in the city.
Claire's kitchen restaurant Sydney

Claire's kitchen

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Claires Kitchen is a stylish French brassiere with an elegant interior
Belloccio gay restaurant Sydney

Belloccio

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Belloccio Restaurant like all the best ideas, it’s quite simple, start by serving exceptional Greek and Italian food with a modern twist.
Maggie's gay restaurant Sydney

Maggie's

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You've gotta love a menu that offers German lessons at the foot of each page, Throw some pork into the mix, and some schnitzel, and you've got Maggie’s
Concrete Duck gay restaurant Sydney

Concrete Duck

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From healthy breakfasts to wholesome lunches there is nothing they don’t excel in to satisfy all of your taste buds.

Map of SYDNEY Gay Friendly Restaurants

Our restaurant recommendations are dotted all around the city and are worth the journey.

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Where to stay in SYDNEY?

Sydney has several gay districts, however the Central Business District offers the most convenient places to stay, close to the bars, clubs and tourists attractions of the city. Sydney city centre (comprising Pyrmont, Circular Quay, The Rocks and the Central Business District) is relatively compact and can be explored on foot or by public transport, ride sharing and taxi.

Hotel Stellar

Apartment Style

Located just steps away from Hyde Park and a few minutes’ walk from all the gay bars & clubs on Oxford Street. The hotel offers spacious, air-conditioned 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom apartments, each of which has a kitchenette, flat screen TV and free WiFi Check Rates Now.

Bounce Sydney

Great Value

High quality, modern dorms & private rooms, located just a short walk to Chinatown and the gay bars on Oxford Street. Buses to the gay-popular Bondi Beach depart from just outside the hostel.With a fully equipped (shared) kitchen and 3 communal lounge areas. Check Rates

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