Darlinghurst pub institution, the East Village Sydney (formerly Darlo Village/East Village), reopened in October 2016 following a dramatic refurbishment that saw three levels activated with bespoke offerings, including a 100sqm rooftop terrace with up-close views of the city skyline.
Situated on the corner of Palmer and Liverpool Streets, this four-storey, 100-year-old heritage site is steeped with history, having been the home to some of the city’s most infamous pub incarnations over the last century including the notorious 1920s dive, Tradesman’s Arms "The Bloodhouse."
|234 Palmer Street|
|0431 622 944|
Monday – Saturday 11am – midnight
Sunday 11am – 10pm