Brooklyn Social

Brooklyn Social

This self-proclaimed dive bar is actually a pretty nice place to grab a cold beer. A new addition to Sydney’s ever-changing food and drinks scene, it’s meant to ape beloved NYC haunts of old (think CBGB or Max’s Kansas City) and the drink list certainly pays tribute to their reputations—it boasts 44 different types of gin alone. The American diner-style food menu is nothing special, though it’s full of items that will coat your stomach well if you’re planning on a big night—try the mac-‘n’-cheese balls, onion rings, fried chicken, or (paging Homer Simpson!) the doughnuts.

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