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
Wildfire is a serious operation. The bar, a lovely, long, wood-marble number lit by hand-blown glass lights, occupying a narrow corridor running alongside the main Wildfire dining room, is a little more restrained. However, you can still see the harbour, and still smell the meat grilling next door. To drink, there is all manner of spirits, including a notable selection of aged rums and helpful barkeeps who are versed in both the house and the classics. If one perfect Martini too many leaves you a little light on your feet, there is a small menu of tapas to steady your steps. On a sunny day, you can take these outside and enjoy them on a sofa at the harbour's edge as if it were your lounge room.