Neighbourhood - Bondi

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Here’s a good reason to visit Bondi that isn’t the beach

This no-fuss Bondi bar has a backyard feel, but the food and drinks are worlds away from what you’d whip up at your Campbell Parade pad. Start with a Bramble, Bush and Briar. Like a honeyed Negroni, it’s a sweet and welcome take on the classic aperitif. Then jump on board the city’s skin contact craze. A glass of the Tangerine Inkwell Dub Style No. 1 Viognier is dry and fragrant with the perfect amount of funk.

For snacking, there’s toasties and a deliciously rich mac and cheese. Or you can play it like a Bondi local and order the poke and ceviche. Light and dressed with citrus, they’re well matched with the buttery Ngeringa chardonnay. We recommend visiting for a Sunday session after a swim at the beach. You’ll find a DJ in the main bar playing ’90s R’n’B, and they do a hearty $30 Sunday roast with a matched glass of wine.

By: Erin Moy

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Venue name: Neighbourhood - Bondi
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Address: 143 Curlewis St
Bondi
2026
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 5-11pm; Fri noon-11pm; Sat 10am-11pm; Sun 10am-10pm
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