Commuters rejoice – a new small bar has graced lower Surry Hills
Overlooking the glow of Central Station’s main platform on Chalmers Street, Tipple Bar & Bistro is a lone wolf on a pretty dry strip of lower Surry Hills. The space is surprisingly large, with a couple of tables out on the footpath. Round, recycled-wood tables and stools covered in stamped hessian sacks take up the interior and stools line the window ledge. One wall is papered with a black-and-white comic book-style motif, another exposes a distressed brick wall and a spot next to the bar is planted with bright green ferns that surround Sydney’s favourite bar decoration – a big ol’ stag’s head.
|Venue name:||Tipple Bar and Bistro|
28 Chalmers Street