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The Taphouse

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Time Out Says

Craft beer and a crowd-pleasing menu keep packing ’em in at this beloved local

Known simply as the Taphouse (it dropped the 'local' from its name a few years ago) this multi-level Darlo pub naturally has a massive selection of beers on tap from home and abroad. While the focus is on ales and porters - and everything inbetween - there is also a spotlight on craft spirits and natural wines as well. The 60 odd taps pump out beers from independent brewers and the bar's backshelf has some local love too, adding in tipples from Four Pillars, Archie Rose and Poor Toms. The open-air rooftop, Elm, is an all-weather cocktail oasis but don't worry, there's still 20 beers on tap if a spritz isn't really your thing. The eats list is pub far done beautifully, and there's even a smokhouse menu that'll see you hoeing into smoked brisket, andouille sausages, and chicken wings. 

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Time Out editors

Details

Address:
122 Flinders St
Darlinghurst
Sydney
2010
Opening hours:
Sun-Wed, noon-10pm, Fri-Sat, noon-midnight
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