The Old City Bank Bar & Brasserie
The Old City Bank Brasserie offers a casual dining experience.
The Old City Bank Bar and Brasserie is located at the bottom of the main hotel driveway.
Due to unforeseen circumstanced The Old City Bank Brasserie will be closed for several weeks.
History of the Old City Bank building
In 1912, the owner of the Carrington, Sir James Joynton Smith declared he wanted a bank on the premises and this building was built & opened in June 1912 as a branch of the City Bank of Sydney. The upper story was the residential quarters of the first manager, Mr Hosie.
The building remained a bank until the 1930's when it became the Carrington Saloon Bar. Along with the rest of The Carrington Hotel it was forced to close in 1986, but was renovated and re-opened in 1992.
During the past ten years The Old City Bank Brasserie has won many awards for consistently offering good quality and innovative Pub food. In 2010 it was inducted into the Australian Hotels Hall of Fame.
Old City Bank Bar & Brasserie
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