The Edinburgh Castle has been a Sydney landmark since 1885. As you enter the ground floor Pub, the bustling city streets drop away and you’re greeted with a different kind of muffled busyness. Preserved by the laughter and spirit of tales past, the hotel’s walls were once refuge to some of the country’s most famed creatives. A storied pub known as Henry Lawson’s chosen writing nook, quenching thirst and bearing witness to some of his greatest poems and short stories.
Today, The Edinburgh Castle enters a new era by rewriting the rules on Sydney pubs. Amongst a sea of concrete we welcome you with friendly and knowledgeable staff, a range of quality beers and wines. and a glowing historic fit out - reminiscent of its true character. The Upstairs Lounge is the perfect cozy place to drink or dine: offering fantastic wine and cocktails, and the perfect spot for parties and functions.
'The Eddy' is a real Australian pub, a place to belong and share stories with friends over exceptional food and drink. Head chef Daniel Lanza presents imaginative pub food with a nod to Australian classics, now re-imagined, and the bar menu offers up a classic cocktail list with a modern twist.
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