The Crow Bar is a smooth combination of two bars, a restaurant and function centre
located at 6 Burlington street, at the top of Willoughby Road.
This owner-operated entertainment centre, with a distinct ‘Cheers Bar’ atmosphere, in the vibrant foodie strip of Crows Nest, offers the perfect balance of stunning sophistication and style. The main bar has comfortable bar stools, moody, velvet wallpaper and sexy chandeliers. Add to that an eclectic mix of mirrors, paintings, climbing ivy and birdcages and you have a very New York style drinking experience. Combine that with old school music, and before you know it, you will be up and busting a few dance moves.
To the rear of the venue, we have a steam-punk themed bar, which is a curious upside down mixture of Victorian elements with a modern twist, where a well-dressed cosmopolitan punter can sit at a fabulously restored bar-top and have a quiet catch-up with a friend, an intimate date, or a playful gathering of mates.
There’s restaurant seating throughout both bars where you can select share plates or substantial pub meals from our exciting menu which changes seasonally to incorporate new dining trends, cleverly mixed with old favourites.
Our function room hosts groups from 10-80 and offers professional attention to detail providing the perfect atmosphere for your birthday, engagement, after-work drinks, leaving party, celebration or corporate event, whilst not breaking the budget!
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Sunny and Kamal invite you to visit our venue. Along with our team of dedicated bartenders and kitchen crew, we have created an elegant and stylish restaurant, two sexy bars and a function venue for grownups where you can imbibe our serious cocktails, our thoughtful wine list and a range of quality craft ales, teamed with the delicious menu created by our resident chef, Kamal.
Only the freshest quality ingredients are used by our international chef to produce tasty and edgy share plates, share platters and function menus.
The menu changes frequently to reflect seasonal changes and Sydney-siders ever increasing wants for new food experiences.