Hyde Hacienda Sydney Bar + Lounge, is Sydney’s newest luxury hybrid dinner, drinks and dancing venue. Inspired by the grand plantation architecture of Cuba, and mixed with the lux yet playful modern vintage hotels of the 1950’s Miami, Hyde Hacienda Sydney is a botanical oasis overlooking Sydney’s iconic Harbour in Circular Quay.
Discover Hyde Hacienda Sydney’s seductive signature cocktail and premium beverage menu, while tantalising your taste buds with a variety of mouth-watering South American inspired eats designed to share. On offer is a focus on superior table service, premium beverage options, weekend DJ’s and an even more extensive cocktail list, continuing the legacy of Hacienda, to bring locals and visitors alike a new level of excitement and entertainment to Sydney’s nightlife scene.
For events, whether for private occasions or business functions, Hyde Hacienda Sydney is bound to delight your guests. With facilities to cater for up to 200 guests, soft furnishings, stunning views and glistening water, Hyde Hacienda Sydney is a breathtaking setting for a product launch, fundraiser, cocktail party, corporate event – the list is endless. You have the option of booking the Northern End or Southern End of the bar, catering for 40-60 guests in a semi-private event space, complemented by beautiful decor. Whether you’re hosting a client or business team event or a special celebration, the backdrop of the magnificent Sydney Harbour is sure to impress and delight your guests. South American-inspired function menus can be crafted to suit your needs, and the dedicated Event Team will assist you every step on the way.
Exclusive Hire – Exclusive weekday events are on trend and at Hyde Hacienda Sydney, enjoy a dedicated event with one of Sydney’s best views. The venue can be hired out exclusively on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday’s and Thursday’s and can accommodate up to 200 guests.
Half Bar Hire – Half of the venue can be hired for up to 100 people in the Northern End Terrace which features uninterrupted views of the harbour bridge. The space will be roped off for private use and the remainder of the bar will operate as normal and open to the public.