Tommy’s Beer Cafe, Glebe, Sydney
Legend has it that Tommy emerged from a glowing volcanic rock at the crater of Mt. Vesuvius. Others claim he mysteriously appeared from the depths of the frozen Siberian Tundra mud.
Regardless of his origin, there is no doubt Tommy was a thirsty man with a desire to help fellow man relax and unwind. A true gentleman without a time period, age, or a surname, but certainly a great connoisseur of the golden liquid that we love – beer. Tommy was there when beer was spread through Europe by Germanic and Celtic tribes as far back as 3000 BC.
Fortunately Tommy is still with us today to provide the only remedy known to man for raging thirst from a hard day’s labour.
- WHERE123 Glebe Point Road, Glebe
- WHENSaturday 13th February, 2021
- BOOKING FEE:$35