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George Street, Sydney

The Agincourt Hotel

871 George St, Sydney, NSW
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Situated in the heart of Sydney (opposite Central Station on the corner of Harris Street and Broadway), the Agincourt Hotel is a convenient place to go to get away from hustle and bustle of Sydney's CBD. The Agincourt Hotel's famous public bar is surrounded by a multi-level hotel showcasing Club Blink for the nocturnal, a cellar bar to enjoy live bands and first-class function facilities for all events (including corporate).

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The Agincourt Hotel Review

Review by Maree Sorbello

After the most stressful days of hard work and chaos, all anyone could ask for is a pub located conveniently nearby for drinks and dinner at the end of the day. This is where the Agincourt comes in.

It's a historic Sydney building which pretends to be nothing more than it is. It is not classy, nor is it a mess. It's clean, a place to relax, not to hit the drinks or have a big night but maybe the place to have a few drinks before one.

Walking into the hotel from the street, you walk straight into a TAB style bar - high stools scattered everywhere, sport flashing across television screens and long windows peering onto the street, providing the entertainment of watching those strange city beings pass by. Walking upstairs, you find a dining area for lunch or dinner, as well as of course, another bar.

It is a place however, that suits an older audience: the city's tradies and businessmen, the occasional group of uni students passing through for dinner or drinks. And for this modest purpose, it is perfect.

The Agincourt's drawcard is its good, reasonably priced, generous pub style meals with $12 lunch specials and nightly drink specials to match, including $9 jugs from Monday to Wednesday. The friendly staff will go out of their way to make you feel at home. They even let you create your own shots, which is a bonus for uni students and youngsters who like to pass through here after uni or before a night out.

Music isn't exactly a big part of the hotel's identity but it is there, with the occasional live gig and even disco nights. Thursday night in particular is time for the venue's live acoustic bands, providing a soundtrack for those relaxing at the surrounding tables. And the Agincourt even holds the promise of new entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights in the near future.

Located only metres away from Central station, it's easy to get to from almost anywhere and is surrounded by a vast array of other pubs and clubs to head off to for the rest of the night.

So if you happen to be passing through the city any time of the day or week, pop into the Agincourt and put your feet up, even if it is for the briefest of moments before you head back to the business of life.

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