New owners, new management, but same mix of food, entertainment and more. New review coming soon.
The Fringe Bar is all about fun and great value. The eclectic interior of exposed brick walls, bordello-chic velvet curtains, black & white photos and mirrors attracts an equally mixed clientele, from the after-work crowd to wayward shoppers and blow-ins from further down Oxford Street.
The Fringe plays like an adult multi-purpose venue, mixing it up each night of the week with something sure to float your boat. The menu offers $10 steaks every night, along with burgers, salads and chicken schnitty throughout the week, all for a mere tenner. All the usual suspects are available on tap here, but try a cocktail. The list is split into popular classics such as the Caprioska, Fringe specials ($4 drinks from 5-7pm every night) and cocktails to share (or not, if you're really thirsty). Oh, and if you want to get your nerd on, there's free wi-fi.
Entertainment is comprehensive, with live acts, headline DJs, trivia, karaoke and its flagship Monday Night Comedy line up, which is one of Sydney's favourite (and longest running) comedy nights.