Garage Bar & Deli, Sydney

What happens when South America meets a New York deli? You get Garage Bar & Deli, the latest from Head Chef Oscar Goroisto of Bridge St Garage Bar & Diner.

Garage Bar & Deli, Sydney
Garage Bar & Deli, Sydney

The hand-cranked garage door opens to bring diners in from Bridge Lane to the bar that sports a hand-made Australian hardwood bar top, customised beer taps  and recycled railway sleepers lead onto the stainless steel counter top for that is the Deli. Featured in the bespoke glass cabinet is the selection of in-house seasonal cured meats.

Garage Bar & Deli marries the flair of Argentinian curing and flavouring methods with well-known New York deli dishes as well as Argentinian soul food. With the aim to serve the freshest produce, the menu changes weekly using the best of meats, seafood and vegetables with chalk boards showing the highlight dishes of the day. You’ll find cured meat and seafood boards, briskets, bitey cheeses and New York deli sandwiches.

Garage Bar & Deli has a solid range of local craft beers as well as their own take on cocktails. Televisions in the bar and deli showing the latest in American sports featured with the latest in music makes for a bustling atmosphere. As with Bridge St Garage Bar & Diner, Garage Bar & Deli is where North meets South America for big flavours that combine the best from both worlds.

Garage Bar & Deli
17 – 19 Bridge St (Enter via Bridge Lane)
Sydney, NSW 2000


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Kevin Burke

Kevin Burke is the Co-Founder of Gourmantic. He was first carried onto a plane at 3 months old. He enjoyed it so much, most of his efforts have been to get back in them to travel. He has lived on 3 continents and in addition to his love of travel and food, he is passionate about wine, chocolate and music.

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