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  • It’s hard to believe, but Christmas is only weeks away! That means it’s time to get into the festive spirit and start planning your Christmas Party. Barrels &

  • Yep, enjoy your lunch at Barrels & Ashes and your drink will cost you only $3. Choose from ½ pint of Coopers Session or Pale Ale, Coopers lite, a Glass of any wine from Th

  • Kids are most welcome at Barrels & Ashes! We offer kids meals all day every day that includes a main meal, ice cream and a drink. You may view our Kids Menu here Best of a

  • The weather’s warming up and so is Barrels & Ashes! Throughout Spring/Summer we bring you Sunday Sessions with LIVE MUSIC every Sunday. Showcasing the best local tal

  • We love mixing flavours, and we love experimenting! Because of this, we believe our cocktails are unique making our Cocktail Bar among the best in Sydney. The key to a great c

  • There’s nothing like an all day breakfast! Brunch, lunch – call it what you will…all we know for sure is that a delicious, wholesome breakfast should be able

  • ★★ Fathers Day Special ★★ Cape Byron 1.2kg Tomahawk $95 Served with blistered tomatoes, roasted parsnips & wild carrots – plus your choice of one side from our sides

  •   At the heart of every ambient establishment is a beautiful, well-stocked bar.  Our bar is steeped in history and creates an atmosphere reminiscent of the decadent days

  •   It’s no secret that at Barrels & Ashes we love our meat. And the rich smoky flavours of the American BBQ both inspire us and really get our mouths watering. W

  •   122 Windsor Street, Richmond is steeped in history.  Built in the 1860’s by Andrew Towns, who was renowned for being the largest breeder of pedigree horses in the