A self-claimed Boston pub with a crowd aesthetic of New Orleans and a hint of Upper West Side’s Prohibition culture, this six-month-old underground bar is like a warm hug on a chilly day.
Nestled off an unmarked alleyway in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, The Baxter Inn is every whiskey lover’s dream. This bar has a distinctive character; its got a personality that might intimidate you at first, but two drinks later, you’ll be best friends.
The dingy back door entrance and neon-lit stairway warm you up for an unpredictable experience. There is no naked wall in the vicinity of this drinking den, as every brick wall is either covered in vintage boxing posters, alcohol bottles or bartending trophies.
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