Tags: parking, wheelchair access, dance, latin, nightclub, salsa, italian, vegetarian options, smoking area
Cruise Bar and Restaurant is located by the bay where you can get a perfect view of the waterfront. The restaurant is designed with a cozy and stylish ambience to cater to your relaxation needs. A fine dining experience is being offered coupled with entertainment and event offerings to render the services you need.
The Cruise Bar and Restaurant is located on the Circular Quay, just the right place to spend time with friends and family, or celebrate an important occasion perhaps.
Cruise Bar also has an alfresco dining during the day time with free entertainment for four nights per week.
If you seek an Italian ambience, the Level 2 of the Cruise Restaurant is the place for you. They have an Italian menu to complement your sense of Italian style. On the same level, they also have a Cruise Cocktail Lounge where you can enjoy a class of Cocktail Master specifically designed by a renowned top Australian bartender.
On the Level 3 of the Cruise Bar and Restaurant is the Cruise Events. This is considered to be Sydneyâ€™s sought after event place. They offer chic cocktail parties, weddings, and many other significant celebrations.
If you opt to spend most of your time for cocktails, there is a Cocktail Lounge on Level 2 where you can splurge on a delicious beverage while unwinding with family and friends. The place is conducive for relaxation because it is designed with cozy and relaxing furniture.
They have skilled bartenders to serve you with your desired cocktail choices; their cocktails will surely make your fancy night an enjoyable one, all with fun memories to keep.
With views like these, who needs food? Well, Sydney diners, that's who: they're not just satisfied with the waterside sparkle and ocean-hued decor at Cruise Restaurant, they also want the food to match. Luckily the seasonal modern Italian menu at Cruise is impressive and reasonably priced for a harbourside eatery, with everything from barramundi to spatchcock in the kitchen. However, Cruise has a few other points of difference worth noting, such as its views of the Opera House and harbour, an adjoining cocktail lounge on level two, and the popular Cruise Bar for creatures of the night. For everyone else, dining in this stylish restaurant is a supremely Sydney experience indeed.