Stopped off for a drink and some cheesey garlic bread which was soooo good we ordered another.Staff very friendly.
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We visit Sydney once or twice a year from Queensland, have done for over a decade. 'The Rocks' is our favourite destination and that includes off course The Mercantile. Always friendly service great atmosphere, try getting a seat outside on a weekend, you have to...More
Centrally located, the food is surprisingly good for a pub. The servings are more than generous and seating outside it recommended to people watch. Beers on tap are plentiful. I often come here with friends from overseas
We got there about 7.30 on a Sunday night and sat at a table outside.Unfortunately there was a lot of machinery and people running up and down the street, packing up from the weekend market. Apart from that everything was great. Good Irish food &...More
Dropped in on Thursday evening at about 7 pm. Would be pretty busy on Friday or Saturday at that time, I suspect. Friendly staff and obviously a good wine and beer list at reasonable prices. Quite a broad menu with some traditional Irish and Australian...More
Met a friend here for lunch. Ate at table on footpath. T-bone steak, pretty ordinary salad and chips was $36. Twice the price of similar meal in other pubs in Sydney. Service took ages. I guess being a tourist spot they just charge whatever they...More
We enjoyed a visit to The Mercantile when staying at The Rocks. It had a great atmosphere with live music and irish beers at good prices. Highly recommended
Stopped in mid-afternoon for a late lunch based on the reviews here and closeness to our hotel. Sat inside since it was a bit breezy out and the temperature was dropping. Ordered the daily special, pulled pork sandwich. Service itself was slow, not very friendly...More
We only got drinks here but the atmosphere was lively, beer was good, live music was awesome, outdoor seating was nice, overall a fun and energetic place to get a drink on a weekend.