Known to most locals as the suburb surrounding legendary (and oft-imperilled) music venue the Annandale Hotel, this Inner West suburb has a rich local history – check out the colonial architecture and Federation homes. There's a strong café culture – try Revolver in north Annandale – as one would expect in the Inner West – and plenty of local colour. For instance, did you know that Mark Twain spent a stint here? He was hosted by Sir Henry Parkes.
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North Annandale Hotel
This local is equipped with beer, a pool table, forgettable pub grub and an outdoor courtyard.
Say hello to Annandale's first small bar. This corner terrace doles out woodfired pizzas and wine downstairs, or for a more formal Italian meal simply head...
More to see in Annandale
Australian abstract painter Guy Warren and overseas artists such as Leon Kossoff and William Kentridge are some of the names to look out for. The gallery...
Casa Barilla Cooking School is Sydney's heart of Italian food. Each Casa Barilla class lasts 2.5 hours, is intimate (no more than 16 people) and interactive...