The Soda Factory, Surry Hills

Editor’s note: Our contributor, Ed Sullivan attends the first birthday celebration of The Soda Factory in Surry Hills.

Entered through a retro coke machine, one of Sydney’s favourite hidden bars in Surry Hills, The Soda Factory turned one with a whole weekend of celebration.

The Soda Factory, Surry Hills
dsc_0652
The Soda Factory, Surry Hills
dsc_0641
The Soda Factory, Surry Hills
dsc_0654
DJ Grandmaster Flash
dsc_0662
The Soda Factory, Surry Hills
dsc_0635
The Soda Factory, Surry Hills
dsc_0666
The Soda Factory, Surry Hills
dsc_0634
NextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnailNextGen ScrollGallery thumbnail

Photography © by Ed Sullivan for Gourmantic – Copyright: All rights reserved.

Champagne awaited as guests arrived into the darkened room, with popular black and white film and music clips being played above the stage.  Candles, plush lounges and even a classic Vespa scooter, added to the atmosphere.

In celebration of their hugely successful gourmet hotdog, a full dinner menu is now available, written up next to a lit-up vintage American diner sign hanging by the bar. Guests were offered a taste of the new menu, which included classics like the Cheese Burger, Spring Rolls, Mac and Cheese Spring Rolls, Texas BBQ Pork Ribs, Veggie Sliders and of course their famous hotdog.

Killer cocktails, served in Jam Jars, and the adulterated ice cream floats were crowd favourites.

DJ Grandmaster Flash, who jetted in to Sydney from New York led a toast for the night as he started busting out old school classics.

The Soda Factory
16 Wentworth Avenue
Surry Hills, NSW 2010
Phone 02 8086 9120
sodafactory.com.au

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

This article is posted on Gourmantic.com - All rights reserved - Copyright © 2016.

The Soda Factory, Surry Hills was last modified: January 27th, 2016 by Ed Sullivan

Did you enjoy this article? Share it with your friends using the icons below.

Ed Sullivan

Ed Sullivan is a wannabe wino-foodie, a cook, a traveller, an animal lover and fashion victim. Follow him on Twitter @edo_au

4 Comments:

  1. I love the movie nights as well, they have so many great events at The Soda Factory! :)

  2. $1 Dogs Tuesdays = Nightmare. Too many people, too few staff (in the kitchen?). We waited for two and a half HOURS for our hotdogs – The staff had to come back and take our orders twice, that’s AFTER we already ordered at the bar the first time round. Terrible experience.

    Having said that, it’s a cool bar if you just want to have a few drinks. Good ambience.

  3. Pingback: Liquid Miles Finale Party 2014 | Gourmantic

  4. Pingback: Rosie Campbell’s, Surry Hills | Gourmantic

Comments are closed