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Pop by this place close to 8 and it was still quite quiet. However, the crowd came in at about 9. If you would like to find a comfy spot, do arrive early.
Ordered 2 drinks + the jaffers. They were all great and affordable!...More
This quirky bar was a lovely find after heading into the city for an early dinner. Definitely hidden away and exactly what people want to find in Sydney, we loved the atmosphere and the staff were very cool too.
Will be recommending it to friends...More
Just a perfect place for a nice cocktail, really fancy and great! The staff was really friendly with us.
The palce is hidden a bit underground, great music, dark environment, perfect to be with friends and chat, and even better with a delicious cocktail!
Loved it. Well once we actually found it and were game to go down the stairs and investigate. It is a real hidden gem. So use google maps, then when it says “you have reached your destination” ignore the guitar shop sign, head in the...More
I love this awesome little underground, hole in the wall bar! The drinks are unique and delicious and the perfect spot for a chat and a catch up. I personally feel like this is a great girl date spot but really any occasion you can...More
Definitely a hidden gem.
- Friendly vibes, attentive staff, amazing drinks.
- Highly recommend the cold tripper, I don't usually enjoy coffee cocktails, but this was great
- Pineapple express was an excellent gin drink
- The space is small, with low lighting. We got...More
Date of experience: July 2018
Luis M, General Manager at Grandma's, responded to this reviewResponded 16 July 2018
Thanks for the great review. I'm glad you enjoyed the cocktails, make sure to come back soon.
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