The teapot peddler and house of bangin' tunes still rules the Cross
This Kings Cross stalwart remains a favourite night time destination for indie kids, uni students and partygoers alike. Housed in a sprawling terrace, the World Bar is probably best known for serving kitsch cocktails in teapots, as well as offering a stage to up-and-coming indie bands and DJs.
On Wednesday evenings things get loud with the Wall, a drum and bass-skewed affair, while Friday and Saturday nights are all about electronic and indie beats, which usually hosts live bands and local DJs. On other nights of the week you'll find comedy, jazz and open mic nights. The venue is delightfully pokie free – well, mostly. They have just one vintage machine, and it serves as a charity donation box.
|Venue name:||The World Bar||Contact:|
24 Bayswater Rd
|Opening hours:||Daily 3pm-late|
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Hidden Sydney brings to life legends of Kings Cross's history – from its cosmopolitan ’50s to its debauched ’60s and its seedy ’70s. Billed as "immersive cabaret", the interactive show invites audiences through a laneway entrance at the back of World...Drama Thursday May 25 2017 - Sunday June 18 2017