The Old City Bank Bar & Brasserie
The Old City Bank Brasserie is located above the Old City Bank Bar, offering visitors a more casual and relaxed dining experience.
The Old City Bank Bar and Brasserie can be found at the Katoomba St end of the main hotel driveway.
- Due to unforeseen circumstances The Old City Bank Brasserie is currently closed until further notice -
The Old City Bank Bar
- The Old City Bank Bar is still open as normal, Wednesday to Sunday 3pm 'til late -
History of the Old City Bank building
In 1912, Sir James Joynton Smith, then owner of The Carrington Hotel, decided that a bank was required on the premises. The building swiftly commenced, was completed and the bank opened, as a branch of the City Bank of Sydney, in June 1912. The upper story was the residential quarters of the first Bank Manager, Mr Hosie.
The building remained a bank until the 1930's when it was closed and the building converted to it's new, less salubrious perhaps, useage as the Carrington Saloon Bar. The Saloon Bar was closed, along with the rest of The Carrington Hotel, in 1986. In 1992 the bar was reopened after a change of ownership and a major renovation of the entire property.
Since reopening, The Old City Bank Brasserie has won many awards for offering consistently good quality, innovative Pub food. In 2010 it was inducted into the Australian Hotels Hall of Fame.
Old City Bank Bar & Brasserie
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