Welcome to Kings Cross, the entertainment suburb for nightclubs and good food.

Kings Cross is full of entertainment to last you all night long. With foods from high end restaurants to cheap fast food after a night out.

Kings Cross, also known as Sydney’s red light district, has everything from live music to great performances and theatre shows. You can head down later in the evening for a night out or come during the day for some food and to see some attractions.


Kings Cross has a range of different cuisines to suit all food cravings you may have during the day or a night out. You’ll find there are pubs, restaurants, and takeaway options

  • Bistro Rex

    Bistro Rex is an exceptional French restaurant and cocktail bar that uses local suppliers. Some of the best meals to order are the steak frites, cheese soufflè, and the amazing oysters. There is an extensive wine menu and other beverages including cocktails, beer, and whisky.

  • Potts Point Hotel

    Potts Point Hotel is a pub with four levels that are perfect for locals and new customers. Level one of the hotel hosts local and international entertainment from burlesque acts, live music, comedy, and more. Another level welcomes you to the nightclub level where you can have a good time dancing between cocktails. Then there’s a casual rooftop for a good time with a few drinks and food to enjoy.

  • Ezra

    Ezra offers Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Ashkenazi style meals. The meals are fresh and punchy flavours that are great for sharing, so bring along your friends and order some alcoholic beverages.

  • Chula

    Fancy some Mexican? Chula is the restaurant to go to for all Mexican flavoured foods. You can expect taco Tuesdays to bottomless brunch and set dinner menus. Or you can come in for a drink package with wine, beer, and soft drinks or a margarita package!

Other Attractions to Explore

  • El Alamein Fountain

    At Fitzroy Gardens there is an incredible memorial fountain from 1961. The fountain was built for the Australian Imperial Forces 9th Division and the Battle of El Alamein in Egypt during World War II. The fountain has a modern design with a fountainhead that creates a water sphere.

  • Mini golf

    We all love a bit of mini golf, but Holey Moley is fancier than your regular mini golf! There are 18 holes, all with a different theme across the two courses. There is music playing and good food and drinks ready for you to have a good time with your family or friends.

  • Coca-Cola billboard

    One of Sydney’s many attractions, the Coca-Cola billboard was an advertisement for Coca-Cola in 1974. The billboard is the famous red and white logo then the billboard next to this one is a modern billboard advertisement.


Kings Cross is one of the suburbs in Sydney that likes to stay up late with the nightclubs for a good time. There are nightclubs, pubs, and bars that are open till late allowing you to have a good time while in Sydney.

  • Kings Cross Pavilion

    Kings Cross Pavilion is a massive venue with many floors that host live music, entertainment, DJs, and events. There are the popular cocktails served in teapots, bright colours, and music playing all night long across the three floors.

  • Flamingo Lounge

    Dance the night away at Flamingo Lounge which is a disco club in Kings Cross! Flamingo Lounge has VIP booths, a dancefloor, two bars for cocktails, an alfresco space, and pizza to enjoy.

  • The Roosevelt

    The Roosevelt is a New York classic style bar and diner that serves signature cocktails and an a la carte menu that serves until late. At The Roosevelt, you can find the hidden poker room, outside on the alfresco with your pets, or even take a class and become a cocktail and whisky master.

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