three colourful cocktail drinks sitting on a wooden bar

Let’s face it: Sydney has no shortage of cafes, bars and restaurants. We’re spoiled for choice when it comes to finding great food and drinks in an exciting, cosy or relaxed environment.

For many of these awesome eateries, being located in Sydney is part of their brand and identity. So much so, some clever businesses have chosen .sydney domain names to promote themselves – building the Sydney brand and keyword into their web address and taking advantage of greater availability to get the exact domain they want.

Here’s just a handful of our favourites:

Fat Panda –

If you live in the City of Fairfield in Sydney’s south-west, you’ll know Canley Vale Road and its wide selection of no-frills, delicious late night eateries. Nestled among them is Fat Panda. Owner, Jenny Dinh describes Fat Panda as “A little Japanese slash Asian fusion restaurant, we have a sushi train and an a la carte menu as well. So, it’s a mixture of traditional Japanese with a little bit more modern dishes.”
Read more about Fat Panda’s choice of a .sydney domain here.

BTB Kirribilli –

BTB Kirribilli offers brunch, burgers, booze, and the ‘best coffee north of the bridge’ to Sydneysiders. The café offers to “bring contemporary café culture back to Kirribilli”.

Middlebar –

Middlebar in Sydney opened with a specialty of producing Spanish-Style gin and tonic. The streets of Havana served as ‘Ginspiration’ for executive bartender Lee Potter Cavanagh, formerly of The Rum Diaries and The Victoria Room.

Capriccio Osteria –

This delicious Italian restaurant makes it easy to understand where they’re located with their local domain name.

Cava –

Located “where Millers Point meets The Rocks”, Cava has something for everyone, offering “a cafe wine bar that serves up breakfast and lunch with heart and soul.”

Banksii –

In the waterfront precinct of Barangaroo you’ll find Banksii Vermouth Bar and Bistro, a fine dining experience with a focus on botanicals (in honour of its namesake, Sir Joseph Banks) run by husband and wife team Hamish Ingram and Rebecca Lines.