A popular watering hole with stunning 180-degree harbour views.
Originally built on the other side of Cumberland Street in the 1840s, this Aussie icon was reconstructed by Tooth Co. in 1921 to clear the path for the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Time has moved on, but the traditional charm and character has stayed. It’s just one reason why The Glenmore has remained hugely popular in Sydney for over a century. Make sure you visit the rooftop beer garden to take in the stunning 180-degree views of the harbour and enjoy a drink and a bite with friends.