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The Oatley Hotel

8 Oatley Ave, Oatley, NSW
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The outdoor areas are the best in the South. Dine and drink alfresco or anywhere you like - you cannot beat the Pizza at the Clock and Oyster Bistro! The Level 1 lounge bar is a funky but stylish cocktail bar where DJ Tone pumps out out Sunday Sessions very week. You can choose between the balcony overlooking the park or the large outdoor terrace area with fabulous sun shades to keep you cool in the summer, but heated for the winter months.

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The Oatley Hotel Review


Review by Nicole Fitzsimmons

Formerly a quiet drinking hole for the locals, Oatley Hotel has transformed itself into a popular nightspot, attracting patrons from all over Sydney to Oatley’s suburban streets.

With the recent addition of an impressive, large scale deck that allows patrons to move from the ground to the first floor, Oatley Hotel is an extremely popular destination during the summer months and is a favourite amongst young adults on weekends.

Attached to the pub is ‘The Clock and Oyster Bistro,’ frequently used by locals and patrons of the hotel. The bistro is open for children and youths under the age of 18 and is famous for its gourmet woodfire pizzas. The bistro offers a variety of meals, including seafood and pasta dishes, as well as delicious gelato and dessert options.

During the week, the hotel is a quiet suburban pub, accommodated by locals who enjoy a few beverages while watching the sport. However, on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights, Oatley Hotel is invaded by hundreds of young adults who enjoy a dance to live bands and DJs, as well as socialising on the pubs colossal deck.

On Friday nights the hotel hosts ‘We Luv Oatley DJ House Party,’ which includes disco lighting and a large dance floor. On Saturday nights they host a live band and Sunday afternoon sessions include more DJ tunes until 12am.

The hotels increasing popularity over the past few years has seen it receive a significant facelift and the addition of a stylish cocktail bar, which has taken the pub into the twenty first century.

This facelift means that patrons pay twenty first century drink prices. An average beer and wine will cost approximately $8, and spirit mixers will cost around another $10. Cocktails at the new bar start at $12. There is a wide variety of beers and spirits available, but their wine menu is fairly limited.

Before you head to the pub for a night out, be prepared. The hotel is quite isolated in amongst Oatley’s streets and the best option is to either catch the train or have an organised lift, as taxis can be scarce and hard to catch. The transport issue has been a problem for the pub in the past, as loitering outside is common after the pub has closed and this can sometimes lead to altercations.

If you are a young adult looking to try something different on the weekends, Oatley Hotel is a great venue to let your hair down and enjoy a different party scene.



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