From the heart of the city, The Cidery Bar is dedicated to creating the best ciders in Australia.

The Cidery Bar & Kitchen is a contemporary, urban-style craft bar, in Sydney’s popular World Square precinct. Emulating an urban distressed appearance, oak and copper tones, herringbone flooring and a bar constructed from recycled brass pipes and bridge timbers. Tall, solid tables and stools stand before the bar, whilst leather tub chairs with copper detailing and industrial style tables and light fixtures spread throughout. The bar opens up into a very airy and spacious terrace overlooking World Square, creating a cosy nightspot, nestled with tables, bar stools, heaters, and large pillars, that enclose the area.

Live music fills our bustling bar every Friday & Saturday nights as we house acoustic solo artists to flood the bar with mellow tunes.

The Cidery Bar & Kitchen showcases Sydney Brewery’s, range on tap, Sydney Cider, the winner of the Australian International Cider in 2017, alongside Sydney Brewery’s Sydney-inspired range on tap, Agave Ginger Cider, Paddo Ale, Potts Point Porter, Glamarama, and ‘Lovedale Larger’, the winner of the Australian International Beer Award 2014.

Serving a brand new cocktail menu, using our very own Sydney Cider, brewed in-house, and latest flavour Manly Perry Cider, in our new concoctions, with many of our classic and favourites still available for our regular patrons. An extensive list of local and imported wines, ciders and craft beers are also available to taste.

Our chefs have also put together a delicious menu to match our new array of wines and ciders. Small bites are available on the snacking menu, including bar favourites such as, “Lovedale Lager” battered fish & chips, fat fries with rosemary salt and our delicious hand-made wood fired pizzas.

Lunch is available from 12pm and hand-made wood fired pizzas are available after 5pm.

The bar also offers daily specials and a Monday to Friday Happy Hour from 5-7pm.


Brewed lovingly by hand in small batches in the heart of the city, cider never tasted so sweet.