A classic Sydney venue, Gazebo has been serving hungry and thirsty Sydneysiders since the 1960s. Having recently undergone a refurbishment, Elizabeth Bay's Gazebo is the perfect spot for pretty much any occasion where good times are desired. The space is bright, airy, and perfectly conducive to whiling away an afternoon or evening with flowing drinks and nibbles a'plenty.
If you're anything like us and are keen to get well and truly stuck into a cocktail menu, the staff can definitely help you out there. Think pisco sours on tap, a popcorn-infused mai tai, or the classic giggly rose, and that’s just where we’ll kick things off. If wine is more your style, there’s a hefty menu to work your way through, with plenty of recommendations throughout.
When hunger strikes, remember sharing is caring, and by all means begin with some fresh oysters to rev the engines, or perhaps the chicken liver parfait to warm the soul. We do love to share a pizza among company, and the buffalo mozzarella with dried tomato, wild rocket and aged balsamic is a winner indeed.
If you’re more into doing things solo, the wagyu beef burger is one of the best burgers Sydney has seen for a while, and steps it up a notch with pate, comte, vine tomato, jamon crumbs and incredibly moreish fries.
To top it off, Sundays are for roasting at Gazebo, so head down to celebrate the end of the weekend with a hearty roast that will make an upcoming Monday seem like less of a burden. It changes up every week, so keep your eyes peeled for hints!
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