Bars & Pubs

Sydney’s Best Movies Nights

By Sarah Mulholland
9th Mar 2014

With countless Sydney venues jumping on board the movie night bandwagon we thought we better let you know the best line-ups. From Hollywood blockbusters, to rom-coms and cult classics—these movie screenings will leave no film fanatic disappointed.   

The Bucket List

Sun, surf and the big screen, The Bucket List has got your Wednesday movie nights made. Grab a $25 bucket of Corona, a $6 fruity punch and a $5 taco, and settle in for a free flick. Welcome the week's descent with the latest from film director Taylor Steele, "old-skool retro classics" and locally produced movies. Hump day has never looked so good.

The Soda Factory
Surry Hills

Monday nights are all about taking it easy after a busy weekend. So why not kick back in front of The Soda Factory's big screen? Enjoy popcorn on the house and $5 wine and beer, whilst curled up in the comfort of a chesterfield lounge.

The Beresford Hotel
Surry Hills

March is the month of hope and equality as The Beresford transforms its beer garden into an outdoor cinema, with films such as Milk and A Single Man. Ease into the week with a delicious $15 pasta special, and don't forget to wash it down with a $5 beer. 

The Local Taphouse

The Local Taphouse has converted its rooftop into a silent cinema, replete with popcorn, beer, wine and the stars. Patrons are given wireless headphones to enjoy screenings of films such as Star Trek and The Great Gatsby—your Tuesday night will be all but quiet.

The Skyline Drive In Blacktown

Complete with a Happy Days-style retro diner, a trip to The Skyline Drive In will make you feel like you have time warped back to the 1950s. On the bill is a mix of new releases and nostalgic hits, so grab your deck chairs and head to Blacktown for a night under the stars.  

Golden Age Cinema and Bar
Surry Hills

This restored heritage-listed building is a hidden gem for film fanatics. Boasting an intimate 60-seat basement theatrette, here it's all about dedication to classic film and auteurs. Cinema snacks are available at the bar and include cocktails, sundaes, and flavoured popcorn. A Sydney bucket list definitie.

Marmalade Bar At The Rose Hotel

Each month the Marmalade Bar features the work of a specific director, with favourites such as Tarantino, Wes Anderson and Kevin Smith. Free screenings are held on Wednesday nights, with complimentary popcorn and $9 cocktails.

Image credit: Oh Hello Friend and Damn Delicious

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