Ever since Cleo Magazine revealed, some years ago now, that more than a few of its Most Eligible Bachelors drank at The Hand, Friday nights have seen ... More
Four in Hand
Ever since Cleo Magazine revealed, some years ago now, that more than a few of its Most Eligible Bachelors drank at The Hand, Friday nights have seen this popular pub become even more popular. This is where Paddo's bold-and-beautiful set hang out. The Four In Hand has got it right when it comes to picking music for its crowd. Jazz, swing, and cool (not tacky) Retro are the soundtrack to this classic club-lounge bar. The in-house restaurant features Mod Oz and fusion bar food including some great salads, and the catch of the day Beer-Battered Fish and Chips.
Know locally as "The Hand", its a cosy Aussie-French bistro located in Paddington. Rich wood and glass decor reveal its origins as a 1900's Inn and restaurant. The menu is nor expansive, but strong and hearty fare. Loved the beer-battered fish n chips and generous cocktails. Due to its popularity, best to hit it on a weekday and let the dilettantes have the weekend. Also avoid rugby nights, unless a serious Wallabies fan.
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