Quality Inn Penrith
261 Mulgoa Road
Penrith, NS 2750
Phone: (61) 2 47345555
Fax: (61) 2 47345500
Bars & Cafes
The St Mary's Band Club is a popular hotspot that offers a variety of entertainment options from private function spaces to a host of dining options. Becoming affiliated to the club as a member would earn you several bonuses and additional benefits.
At The Stardust Hotel one will find a Chinese seafood restaurant that draws influence from Cantonese, Vietnamese and Thai cuisines, a main bar, and a VIP lounge for those who wish to enjoy their drink and privacy. This joint also offers a 25 percent discount on Tuesday nights and free entertainment for children on Sundays.
Castle Hill Tavern is a casual dining establishment that caters to the needs of your entire family. Tasty bistro menu, interesting event line-up and the friendly atmosphere make for a memorable dinner. For more information on Castle Hill Tavern, call ahead.
Mainly an after-work and weekend spot, the Westmead Tavern boasts a great view over the West. They specialize in good food and a variety of live band entertainment. Drop by for a beer in the courtyard, or to ask about the many function areas to hire. They also have a gaming area where guests can play pool, snooker or place a bet with the TAB or on the poker machines. The Speedways bistro serves traditional pub food, Tuesday is pasta night and Friday and Saturday the “All You Can Eat Hot and Cold Buffet”.
While you explore the city, do check out this happening nightclub and bar. Showtime Showclub & Bar is one of the popular nightspot on the partying radar. You can savor the drinks or simply groove to the cool tunes being played.
With 60 screens playing non-stop action and an interactive games area One World Sports Bar is an absolute must for fans of any sport. The walls are covered with sporting memorabilia from past and present. The crowd is made up of the sports heads and the curious. The restaurant serves up bistro style food to a mainly family type crowd. When the sun sets, the venue also doubles as a nightclub and cocktail bar.
As the saying goes "When in Rome, do as the Romans do", hence in order to experience the nightlife Katoomba-style, one must pay a visit to one of the hippest clubs in town, the Baroque Bar. Come and feel the vibe of the place through the live music played there and groove to the latest tunes of the DJs that call on people to burn the dance floor.
The Campbelltown City Hotel has live music, karaoke till late in the night and reasonably priced food. This friendly place just helps you let loose and soak in the laid-back ambiance as refreshing beer flows from the tap and artists entertain with their acts.
Joining the ranks of the seemingly exponentially growing number of bars in Darlinghurst, Lotforty has opened its door in Kings Lane. It's billed as a wine and tapas bar, but the room full of tables make it seem more appropriate to sit down for a meal rather than mill around drinking. The pork belly with green beans and seeded mustard sauce is a standout, but the whitebait fritters are up there too. It's a small, intimate space, but the off-street outdoor area allows the bar to almost double its patrons, with heaters to keep smokers happy even in the winter months.
Eastwood Hotel is a popular Australian pub where you can hang out with your friends and dear ones and relish some authentic local flavors. You can also savor here some Korean delicacies. The pub is buzzing till the wee hours and provides all the necessary elements for a fun night.
Though a little further out of town, Abhi's Indian is different to your average Indian restaurant in that the decor is subtle! Popular with locals, the staff is friendly and service is good. The menu includes Lamb Cutlets, Beef Chilli Coconut Fry, Pumpkin and Potatoes in Turmeric and Cottage Cheese with Pureed Spinach and Onions. To confirm dining hours, please call ahead.