Review: The Sporting Globe, King Street Wharf

Bars, Pubs, Sydney / 4 December 2020
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Review: The Sporting Globe, King Street Wharf

Bars, Pubs, Sydney / 4 December 2020

The Sporting Globe’s newest brewpub has landed on King St Wharf in collaboration with 4 Pines Brewing Company.

The Sporting Globe is a popular and loved Melbourne institution with 15 venues down south, originating in Geelong. But now, The Sporting Globe has taken advantage of open borders and has crossed from Victoria to New South Wales to arrive in Sydney just in time for the silly season.

Boasting the title of Australia’s first sport and brewpub, The Sporting Globe is a huge venue with a 4 Pines microbrewery inside, 50 screens to watch every sport you could think of, booths and tables for families and friends, and also a huge beer garden overlooking the water on King St Wharf.

Inside The Sporting Globe, you’ll find 80 taps of the freshest beer to cool you down this summer, along with exclusive 4 Pines brews only available at the venue. There are tasting paddles that let you sample a variety of the 4 Pines beers too. You can also takeaway beer growlers, especially if one of the venue specials takes your fancy.

As for eats, expect a menu of pub food classics at The Sporting Globe. Expect loaded fries, wings, burgers, ribs, loaded parmies, steaks, and even healthier bites such as wraps and nourishing bowls.

As we mentioned the venue has plenty of booths for you to kick back in. But these booths aren’t any old booths. There’s a screen at one end where you can tune into whichever specific sport you want! We think this is just the place to have awesome pub food without having to crowd around with other sports fanatics. Also, it’s family-friendly so it’s the perfect spot for every occasion.

Kicking off this summer, the venue will be showing and hosting all majoring sporting events plus annual celebrations for Boxing Day, NYE, Australia Day, and Super Bowl 55! If you don’t need a screen, there’s plenty of space to relax by the waterfront if that’s more your vibe. The beer garden is perfect for summer afternoons and to see the sunset.

No matter what you have planned this summer, The Sporting Globe should be at the top of your list. With an on-site microbrewery, Darling Harbour’s largest beer garden (complete with water views), and a multi-million-dollar refurb, there’s plenty to see at this top-notch brewpub.

Find The Sporting Globe at King Street Wharf (22 The Promenade Sydney), open daily from 11 am till late. Find out more here.