Bar Bodega Fitz
This Woolloomooloo pub is extending its tapas pop-up through the rest of lockdown with crab omelettes, manchego croquettes and Partida Creus negronis.
Beloved Woolloomooloo pub The Old Fitz has reinvented itself as Bar Bodega Fitz for the duration of lockdown. Following a successful three-day pop up as Bar Bodega Fitz pre-lockdown, the inner city spot is now serving up takeaway and delivery tapas along with aperitivo.
The continually changing menu, lead by Old Fitz Head Chef Anna Ugarte-Carral, features a range of tasty morsels including crab omelettes, manchego croquettes, garlic prawns and mushroom with garlic and sherry. If you want the decisions taken out of your meal, you can order a mixed selection of ten tapas pieces from $45 or 20 pieces for $80. Those looking for an elevated tapas experience can add the massive $135 five-week dry-aged sirloin on the bone to their meal.
Alongside the Fitz's usual selection of craft beers and wines, you can order Partida Creus MUZ in a negroni or on ice with orange and olive, or a glass of sangria.
The pop-up is running 12–7pm Friday–Sunday until Sydney's current lockdown ends.
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