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
Crocodile pizza. It's pretty much the first thing you think of if you've paid a visit to this legendary Rocks pub. That, and the huge selection of beers (they pour a really fresh, sweet, crisp schooey of Resch's) on offer. It's not in the main strip, but hidden away near the Glenmore (currently going being treated to some much needed maintenance work) up the hill on Cumberland Street. If you're doing a Rocks pub crawl - a must for any self-respecting Sydneysider or visitor alike - it's a perfect stopover. The huge building boasts several bars and hosts an annual beer festival every October where members of the public have the opportunity to try 100 different beers and meet some of the country's leading brewers. Take a seat at one of the outdoor tables during the warmer months or huddle inside and prop up the beautiful heavy wooden bar when the temperature drops.Sydney's oldest continuously licensed pub has had its doors open since 1824 (except for the few years its doors were closed due to a plague outbreak). The beautiful old pub has been in its current location, serving Sydneysiders cold beers since 1913 - we're guessing the croc pizza came a little later.