Sydney’s Inner West welcomes ‘Teddy’s’, the latest addition to the iconic neighbourhood of Enmore, located just above the local beloved Warren View Hotel.
This newly transformed space is more than just a bar, it’s a community-focused space that has transformed a once-sleepy venue into a vibrant bar for locals and visitors. Combining a unique blend of the original space with a modern twist, Teddy’s is ready to make waves in the hospitality industry offering a delicious assortment of food and beverage options.
Family owned and operated for the past 15 years, the Damianakis family are extremely excited to welcome Teddy’s to their portfolio. Tanya Damianakis describes Teddy’s as “generous, warm, and unconceited, a space where everyone is invited to join us for an unforgettable experience that combines old-fashioned charm with modern hospitality.”
Teddy’s has curated an independent locally distilled and all-Australian beverage menu with a delectable assortment of food. From delicious baked in house focaccia, to share plates, each menu item was specifically designed to pair perfectly with their beverage menu.
Teddy’s stays true to the laid-back warmth of the darling Wazza (Warren View Hotel) and welcomes without pretension, to the sophisticated space with intelligible service. Taking pride in the rich history of supporting local indie breweries, and now, expanding the venue’s ethos upstairs by showcasing independent local distilleries and offering an all-Australian wine list.
Venue Manager Sarah Scharfenberg speaks on the opening of the bar, “Our ethos at Teddy’s is simple. We want our customers to feel content, satisfied, well-catered to, recognised, and welcomed when they leave our venue. We believe in generosity, warmth, and authenticity, and these principles shine through in every aspect of Teddy’s.”
Teddy’s is the Inner West’s answer to the perfect oasis that will leave you feeling satisfied and wanting more!
Teddy’s is open Wednesday to Saturday, 5pm to midnight and Sunday 5pm to 10pm. Located at 2 Stanmore Road, Enmore.
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