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Shop 1, 65-67 Foveaux Street,Surry Hills NSW
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booked a table for 2 on my birthday. The food was great, Rocking tunes made everyone sing and tap their feet. The cocktail were unquestionably awesome, "The Fons and Chuck Berry"
Bar staff aswell as waiters were very friendly and accommodating.
Awesome night definitely go again but this time with more friends.
Finally got to check this place out with a bunch of work mates for a farewell party. From the time you walk up to the door you're already greeted warmly by the friendly bouncer, top bloke too. Once you walk in you might think it's a bit small but wait until you go downstairs to the basement level which stretches out all the way and has a 2nd bar down there too.
They've stuck to the theme pretty well and incorporated it well with the darker style of decor, full of rich mahogany even Ron Burgundy would approve of. Non stop classic rock tunes are heard throughout the bar and the theme continues all the way to the bathroom with the tufted cubicle doors. Lots of effort has gone into creating this place.
A must try is the popcorn chicken, smoked paprika potato chunks and the Ashley Pfister footlong hot dog. That's what we ordered anyway and it was a big hit with everyone. Definitely need to come back try the rest of the food as it all looks so good!
Big shout out to Phil and everyone there who looked after us over there!
Awesome Cocktails, Delicious Food, Best Atmosphere and Staff in Sydney!
You'll be rocking around the clock in no time!
Service and Food was 6 star! Very cool place to hang with friends or simply take the wife out for date night!
When in Surry Hills and looking to step back into the 1950s, keep an eye out for Fonzarelli’s on Foveaux Street. Though inspired by the juke box elbowing character from Happy Days, the interior is rich with influence from the sports cars, fashion and music of 50s Milwaukee, a theme that continues with an extensive, classic American menu and a loaded list of spectacular cocktails. Perhaps kick things off with some Al Delvecchio jalapeno poppers, before some Richie Cunningham chicken drumettes, brined and smoked, spice dusted and served with chipotle and roast garlic sauce. To really get into the mood of the era, a Chuck Berry cocktail is in order, with a generous amount of dark rum, some cherry herring liqueur and a housemade cherry cola reduction, after which the dancefloor awaits.
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