Looking for the perfect sports bar to watch the Australian Open? Look no further than this guide below.
Wish you were in Melbourne to experience all the action of the Australian Open 2020 season? Never fear. From the Inner West to the North Shore, check out which Sydney pubs and sports bars will be screening the unmissable Australian Open matches on the big screen this summer.
Set in the newly refurbished The Oaks hotel in the heart of Neutral Bay, Taffy’s Sports Bar will be screening all the action from the Australian Open from January 20th to February 2nd, 2020. This unusual sports bar is the perfect spot to gather your crew this summer, kitted out with the biggest foosball table in NSW alongside a range of arcade-style games including basketball hoops and giant air hockey. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, make sure to dive into their menu of reimagined pub classics including duck nachos, Reuben sandwich springs rolls, maple glazed chicken wings with over 20 beers on tap.
Experience all the action from the Australian Open live and loud in the eastern suburbs at Double Bay’s The Golden Sheaf. With screens dotted around the entire venue, plus a newly-launched mega screen in the beer garden, you won’t miss a serve at this sports bar. Get ready for an epic summer of live entertainment at The Golden Sheaf this season.
Find The Golden Sheaf at 429 New South Head Road, Double Bay. To browse the Australian Open screening schedule, click here.
Sports lovers, make a bee-line for Barangaroo this summer and pull up a chair at House Bar on the ground level at Barangaroo House. This bustling sports bar will be screening all the action from the Australian Open 2020 season from the Melbourne Arenda directly to Sydneysiders. Expect TVs to be set up around the entire venue, screening all the big matches from the Australian Open. Plus, you won’t go hungry will a full menu of pub eats, snacks and share-plates to be enjoyed.
Find House Bar at 35 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo. To browse the Australian Open screening schedule, click here.
One of Sydney’s most historic pubs, The Edinburgh Castle (or ‘The Eddy’ as the locals call it) will be playing host to all the Australian Open action this summer. A pub made famous by Australian poet Henry Lawson in the 19th Century, The Eddy is a CBD watering hole and sports made for watching all the sports action. Kick back with your crew this summer and see all the matches from the 2020 tennis season.
Find The Eddy at 294 Pitt Street, Sydney. To browse the Australian Open screening schedule, click here.
For those in the hunt for a great sports bar in the inner west, head straight for The Public House Petersham. The perfect spot to watch the Australian Open 2020 season, the PHH will be tunning into this unmissable tennis tournament and screening it live and loud for punters all summer long.
Find The Public House Petersham at 292 Stanmore Road, Petersham. To find out more, click here.