The Carrington goes loco

Do you pine the ‘til death do us part’ from your local watering hole? Have we found the place for you.

Set in amongst the leafy Bourke Street, Surry Hills, The Carrington’s recent refurb is now primed to keep even the most promiscuous of socialites returning back for more.

The revival of the Australian pub (est. 1877) is the latest instalment by the team who bought us The Norfolk and The Flinders. James Wirth, James Miller and designer Michael Delany.

A tip? Go with an appetite groomed for great grub. Despite its obvious homage to Spain throughout, somehow they’ve still managed to hold onto its pub-like origins.

Part of the new school wave of pub, The Carrington is laid back, entertaining and good value. The new fit out is a successful trifecta of – pub out front, restaurant out back and sandwiched in between is a delightful nook featuring a pinxtos cabinet.

Whatever these boys have up their sleeves is working, and The Carrington is not exempt from their winning formula.

The Carrington
565 Bourke Street Surry Hills, 2010
T: (02) 9360 4714

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