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Bars in Paddington
From champagne bars, to historic pubs to underground cocktail bars, Paddington has a rich and varied selection of venues for you to choose from, even though it may not be one of the most talked about areas in town. Check out our recommendations for some of the best bars in Paddington and get to know this intimate, and almost untouched drinking haven.
Grand Union is a bar in Paddington that is part of a chain, yet feels like a completely independent bar with it's 'shabby-chic' image. Get set for a notable and recognisable roster of cocktails that come under top happy hours, with quirky interiors to boot.
A triple bill of friendly service, darn good drinks and gourmet burgers awaits at this warm neighbourhood hangout. Stop by if you fancy nothing more than a Paddy & Scott's coffee, or come back later to sample a heady selection of craft beers, cask ales and fine wines. Burger Craft have won awards left and right, and they're busy making hand-crafted patties for lunch and dinner.
Found in Paddington Basin, Lockhouse isn't just a sight-to-see thanks to their charming terrace and industrial interiors, their craft beer selection is a must, set alongside some of the very best in award-winning burgers.
This isn't just a bar in Paddington, this is a bar and restaurant floating on the Grand Union Canal! Join these two quirky boats for a delicious array of Australian dishes, from brunch straight through to dinner.
From the outdoor terrace to the slick interiors, Smith's Bar & Grill is a smart, canal-side spot. Stop by for an after-work drink and stay for their long list of hearty classics.