Our new juniper-blue bar on Crown St, Surry Hills
Book a ticket to a session at our new bar in Sydney’s Surry Hills this July to secure your table and the chance to drink our drinks, experience our vibe and maybe eat little of our bar snacks.
Look out for discreet door on the corner of Fitzroy and Crown Street, where you will spot a doorstep with four dots and a simple copper brick welcoming you inside. If you can open the door, then Eileen’s Bar is open for business.
Climb the ‘Juniper Blue’ stairwell and you’ll find a bar that is a delight to look at, full of delicious gin drinks and a lot of fun. Eileen’s is the bar of our wildest gin dreams. At its heart is a stunning asymmetrical, Juniper Blue concrete bar with 20 stools, the best seats in the house to see your gin drinks being made. There will also be tables for small groups, comfortable banquettes and a set of three cosy two-tops in the shadows at the back of the bar (our very own ‘Tinder Alley’).
James Irvine has designed a drinks menu of gin classics and modern masterpieces using the full Four Pillars family of gins. There is also a range of snacks designed by Made From Gin maestro Matt Wilkinson and a curated selection of beer, cider and wine from several of our best mates in the business.
Of course, due to NSW state-mandated Covid-19 protocols at the moment we aren’t operating at full capacity. So we’re taking bookings for tables on Wednesday to Saturday nights until the beginning of August.
A ticket to a session will secure you a table of two or four. Your booking will include your first round of drinks – and we will likely throw in some bar snacks throughout your 90 minute stay. Order your first drink from our menu of $20 cocktails. Then the rest is up to you. We suggest you think about a second cocktail or maybe a G&T. We think you will love Eileen’s Bar as much as we love making gin, great drinks and new friends. See you there.
Eileen’s Bar is open 5pm-12am, Wed – Sat
Please note: Current capacities in Eileen’s Bar are restricted according to NSW state-mandated Covid-19 protocols so numbers will be strictly limited.