The Push down at the rocks has had a bit of change moving from pub kitchen/tapas into more of a smallbar/cocktail venue with an extended cocktail list (heaps at $16) : and most eats under $20. Considering the location this commands at the undeniably touristy end of The Rocks, it is somewhat surprising prices are this reasonable in this sandstone/heritage reworked smallbar. Its under the Russell Hotel there in the top pic in case you were wondering where it sat.

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Push bar is a tiered affair with street side seating and booth seating beyond. Its mirrored, intimate and with the nautical ornaments (hooks/rope/ladder) and looks appealing.

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Fairly modern classic venue down at the rocks, its intimately lit and mid sized. You can actually traverse across the venues here via the back corridor.

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A look at front bar area.

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A polenta dish with onion relish

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Crispy Bruschetta bites

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Beef sliders and beer tenderloin w avocado and salsa

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The Push’s signature Pamalove cocktail – pomegranate liquer, tanqueray gin – passionfruit and lychee is $16.

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The pushover cocktail here is muddled raspberries, lime with chambord and vodka. Its very easy drinking and quite delicious

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attractive marbled front bar with added globe lighting

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We looked over the cocktail menu and was greeted with $16 drinks here. Which as stated is really rather reasonable for the locale. There’s quite an extended list.
 
Push bar at the Rocks is a good looking venue with good eats, great prices, and nice friendly bar staff. There’s little creatures and white rabbit on tap here. If you can score a seat in one of the booths, you’re all set. Service is excellent with a friendly energetic waitstaff. Its a well reviewed joint and its not really hard to see why.
 
LINKS
pushbar.com.au
 
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