Bars and Nightclubs
Sydney CBD, Sydney

Martin Place Bar

51 Martin Place, Sydney, NSW
Visit website

Whether it be a lunch on the go, drinks and dinner with friends, your next event location, a night out on the town being entertained by the resident DJs, watching a game on the big screens or a quick coffee on the outdoor terrace, Martin Place Bar staff look forward to welcoming you and catering for your every need.

Make a Function Enquiry Get a response within 24 hours

Martin Place Bar Photos

What To Expect @ Martin Place Bar

Review By Kelly Blake

The first positive aspect about Martin Place Bar is its location. Get off the train at Martin Place, walk across the road and it is right there on the corner of Martin Place and Elizabeth Street.

First impression of Martin Place Bar is that it’s a mix of an upscale cocktail bar and a pub, it appears to be the definition of a white-collar hangout. There is an outside courtyard for the smokers and plasma screens plastered on all over the walls, if there was any type of sporting match that you wanted to watch, Martin Place Bar would definitely be showing it.

The bar itself is long and marble, and throughout the bar there are numerous tables, lounges and booths. These can be reserved, both a good thing and bad. Good that you can reserve your favourite lounge for the evening and ensuring that you have a place to sit, relax and catch up with friends, but bad that if you just walk in it may be hard for you to find a place to sit, depending on the time of day that you go.

The drink prices are reasonable for Sydney CBD and they have a range of both tap beer and wine, a glass of their house wine The Vines costs $6.90 a glass. However ifyou are in the mood for something a little more up market their range of “Celler” wines, aged Australian wines are not overly priced ranging from $85-$145 and a bottle of Moet and Chandon is $135. One way to test the quality of a bar is their house spirits and especially what is put into their cocktails, in this instance Martin Place Bar is high-class, a Tanqueray Gin No. 10 Martini is $16.00 and isworth every penny.

To that end there is a private bar at the end of the club, decked out with top shelf liqueurs and spirits, which unfortunately can be (and was) booked out for a private function. During the week Martin Place Bar is open from 9am and its location makes it a prime place for after work drinks and lunch meetings. Once again the food is reasonably priced, a beef burger, perfect if you add lime aioli, is $19. Additionally there is a late night menu that takes orders up until 11:45pm. There is also an online ordering system, catering to the busy city worker.

On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights, Martin Place Bar boosts resident DJs, and an RnB Club on Saturday nights (keep in mind that on Saturdays it doesn’t open until 10pm) and is closed on Sundays. Martin Place Bar is definitely worth checking out, either call in after work and mingle with the crowd or pick the night that would best suit you and go for it!

Make a Function Enquiry

Nearby Alternatives to Martin Place Bar

Real Time DJ + Music Artist News
Latest Festival + Live Gig News

Real time nightlife guides:


All Rights Reserved. Copyright 2010. Australia"s biggest Bar & Night Club Directory