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Sometimes it's all about a veal schnitzel and a big beer

Can we just take a little second to throw our hands up in the air for the fact we have a few new bars in Glebe? This place, and Timbah on Forsyth Street, are giving Glebe a reason to drink again. The room is pretty pared back – big wooden benches and tables, a small bar in the corner and a fairly interesting range of liquor on the shelves. By the (extremely large) glass there's the crisp Bernard lager, not to mention the heftier Budvar. And make sure to order a big-ass pretzel with butter to gnaw on the side. If you're feeling particularly ravenous, there's the Vienna schnitzel. Just want some window dressing for your beer? Give the utopenec a whirl – it's a Czech dish of soft pork sausage that's been pickled with onions. Eat slices of it with a side of pickled carrots and onions washed down with a big old European beer. 

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By Myffy Rigby   |  

Tommy's Beer Cafe details

123 Glebe Point Rd, Glebe 2037

Telephone 02 9660 6870

Price per person including drinks Up to $50

Open Sun-Thu 4pm-late; Fri, Sat noon-late

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