Sydney’s favorite LGBT bars reopen
It’s time to dust the closet and put on your dancing shoes as the restrictions are lifted, and our favorite bars in New South Wales are starting to reopen!
The state reached 80% of double-dose vaccines on Monday October 18 and pubs can now have dance floors.
To enter all sites before December 1, When dancing and 100% ability is allowed, customers must scan site QR codes and show their vaccination cards before entering sites.
The Burdekin Hotel, the 5-story icon of Darlinghurst, is back Tuesday through Sunday on Oxford Street!
Their five floors are the hotel’s main bar; Level One, the mini bar for intimate concerts; Level two, the Viper room for warehouse vibes and private smoking; and Level Three, the Lava Lounge, the perfect place for private events. Unfortunately, the fifth level, the basement, previously known as Bear Bar, is closed until further notice. Star Watcher He was told it would hopefully reopen soon as a queer bar called Dugout. The Rooftop is a new addition to the hotel, with all-you-can-eat Italo-brunch, Spritz or Swallow every Sunday. The Three-class packages for $ 69 per person with accommodation for drag queens Mynx Moscato and Jacqui St Hyde, and once the dancing returns, Sunday sessions will return from 4pm to close the week.
“In Burdekin, we are a super diverse place; we have everything from hard rock and heavy metal to drag queens and pop princesses. A complete range of everything with the Rooftop allowing everyone to mingle.“
The Star Watcher spoke to The Burdekin about their new upcoming events. Week starts on Tuesday‘s on the rooftop with $ 5 Happy Hour drinks Tuesday through Friday and $ 10 pizza from 4 to 6 p.m.
Coming wednesday‘s see The Bash Brothers variety showm, an acoustic session with games, debauchery and punk-pop music. Every second Wednesday welcomes the Toucan Comedy Club.
On Trivia, Thursdays, join Sydney‘s Glitter King, Kevin Kaila, for Let‘s Become an interrogator from 6.30 p.m., a new weekly theme and a free entry with prizes to be won. Also, on Thursday, To return FWhere A male is an open drag competition hosted by Coco Jumbo, Mynx Moscato and Hannah Conda in rotation for a cash prize of $ 200.
Once the dancing returns to NSW on Friday‘techno evenings We like and saturday‘AM / PM rock and emo nights, Oxford Social and Emo Nights are back.
“Support your local sites! We try to do things for everyone, but if people don’t come out and support, there will be nowhere to go when they finally decide go out! Show everyone some love!“
THE IMPERIAL HOTEL
In the heart of Erskineville, the Imperial Hotel hosts live drag night every Wednesday through Sunday.
The week opens on Wednesday evenings with Trivia hosted by Dakota Fann‘ee and Fran Giapanni.
Thursday to Sunday‘towards the emblematic Priscilla‘restaurant for To glide & Having dinner with rotating queens Ruby Royale, Danni Issues, Charlamaine, Dakota Fann‘ee, Riot, Dammit Janet and Kalin Klein. Thursday nights at UP are for Bingo with Tina Bikki, where customers can win prizes.
Late Night Disco Lounge is in the Main bar and basement on Friday and Saturday evenings after 10pm, performances and DJ playing your favorite tunes all night long.
Finally, on Sunday‘s Head to the main bar and participate in Lip Sync Hero from 7:30 p.m. hosted by favorites Ruby Royale and Farren Heit.
Etcetera Etcetera, star of Drag race and a resident of Impy said Star Watcher, “This silly season, the Impy will be offering a camp and classroom entertainment to make this post-containment Christmas memorable for you and your loved ones. With all new drag shows, swipe photos of Santa Claus, and delicious food and drinks, you’ll be in high spirits in no time. See you at the Impy this Christmas!
A very impy Christmas Drag N Dine starts November 26 & runs until December 24 from $ 69 per person.
Swipe photos of Santa Claus on December 12 with a donation of gold coins, as well as normal events.
New Year‘s The previous day’s plans will be announced on November 8 with more Food news coming in december.
Welcome, home of Oxford Street‘s Universal! The two-story bar is back with DJs, dancing, shows and laser lights, seven days a week from 5pm to late.
Go down to Hospo Mondays, Glitch Lo-Fi Gamers night on monday.
The Queen Quiz Quiz with Domino Trixx on Tuesdays.
Kill 4 Pay Wednesdays with Carmen Geddit and Charisma Belle.
Ready to watch Thursdays with King and Spacehorse.
Fireball Fridays, Chromatica nostalgia Saturdays and Sunday shenanigans with Raquel Feltch, Karma Bites and Les Beau Fierce.
Head upstairs Friday – Sunday for Already seen, Glory Fridays and the immersive dining experience,Enchantment.
The Oxford Hotel was an NSW LGBTQI monument for over 100 years. Open seven days a week from 10 a.m. – 3 a.m., the place has four spaces, from the top Polo Lounge, Level 1 Ginger‘s, ground floor Oxford Bar with bistro and large terrace and Oxford Underground basement. The place is open for trivia, drag, events and RuPaul‘Drag racing surveillance evenings with two frequently performing Down Under season one cast members, Coco Jumbo and Maxi Shield.
POOF DOOF SYDNEY
Reopening on Saturday, November 13 Doof pouf quickly became Australia‘hottest gay rave held at The Ivy in Sydney. Doof pouf is hosted by queens, celebrities and DJs variant from Courtney Act to Delta Goodrem to Sneaky Sound System.
With its epic dance parties and drag brunches, this is the perfect place to dance on a Saturday.
The Columbian is Oxford Street’s gem for sipping cocktails and watching the sunset at its new open-air rooftop bar, or head to the leafy terrace, a cocktail bar for events and parties or a public bar for a wire.
The three-level heritage building site features Art Deco features to capture the place’s long-standing history. Customers can watch their favorite sports, trivia and music live on the rooftop five days a week.
Darlinghurst icon Stonewall reopened on Wednesday, November 3 with its classic Malebox event, where patrons can enjoy performances, DJs and meet someone from across the bar.
Stonewall said Star Watcher, “We look forward to welcoming everyone back to the heart of the community.
Stonewall will bring back the ultimate evening, a full experience with DJs, shows and events on its 3 levels seven days a week.