Black-tea ice cubes, sultana swizzle sticks, honeycomb, vodka, gin, rye and more all shaken and stirred and muddled and served for your pleasure - meet the drinks (and their makers) you'll find at the year's biggest cocktail carnival
The Point is in possession of one of the biggest and best balconies in the city. It's also in one of the best spots - right near Blackwattle Bay. Down the pointy end of Pyrmont, this heritage-listed pub boasts four different bars and a recent refurb. Head upstairs to the more refined, hushed surrounds of Margot's Lounge, where there are plenty of ottomans scattered about and a massive fireplace. Or step out to our favourite bit, the balcony. There's not a nicer spot in Pyrmont for sitting with a cold beer or a cocktail. Their list features all your usual suspects - Martini, Caprioska, Margarita - but you'll also find a Long Island Green Iced Tea. It's full of antioxidants. And also booze.