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Glebe’s watering hole since 1862… Formerly known as the Australian Youth Hotel, this heritage listed dining institution has undergone a refreshing yet traditional makeover by one of Sydney’s leading hospitality architects Alexander & Co. Now locally known as The Glebe Hotel, it’s continues to cater to its corporate clientele and locals alike with a strong emphasis on quality food and drinks and welcoming staff. They are on trend with a full range of craft beers, an approachable wine list for your palate and pocket and classic cocktails and spritzes for you to enjoy both before or after dining. The menu has a good offering of counter meals which cater for vegetarians with a crisp Eggplant schnitzel, parmesan, tomato, chilli & olive or your traditional Ale battered fish, mushy peas and hand cut chips. For those with the love of Guinness you can’t go past the Steak & Guinness pie, buttered greens, mash & gravy washed down with Sydney’s best pint of Guinness. For a more refined meal, the heritage listed stables bar and dining offers waited service with some of Sydney’s best gastro pub food. Start with a shared plate of Crisp lamb belly, torched baby gem, salsa verde or Octopus, kipfler, chilli & citrus butter, Bloody Mary aioli and why not wash that down with a glass of fruit driven Nick O’Leary Riesling served in twinkling glass ware. For the meat lovers you can’t go past their signature ‘mixed grill for two’ or one of their char grill steaks notably the 200g wagyu rump cap, rocket, watercress & pickled eschalot, hand cut chips and your choice of house made sauces. Alternatively you may like to try the a Berkshire pork chop, caramelized fennel, pickled mustard caviar, fennel salad or one of their market fresh fish or grill specials. With a hay loft above the dining room for private functions for up to 30 persons and a leafy beer garden open 7 days for lunch and dinner, The Glebe Hotel continues its heritage as a very, very good pub dining experience.