In 1912 Sir James Joynton Smith, then owner of The Carrington Hotel, decided a bank was required on premises. Construction commenced and in June of the same year, a branch of the City Bank of Sydney opened. The upper storey provided residential quarters for the inaugural bank manager, Mr Hosie.
Operating as bank until the 1930’s, it was converted to use as The Carrington Saloon Bar until the closure of the entire Carrington precinct in 1986.
Located upstairs above the Old City Bank Bar, The Old City Bank Brasserie offers a casual and relaxed dining experience. Think great pub food with a selection of vegetarian options.
Perfect for families and groups, we happily cater for all dietary requirements. To avoid disappointment, we recommend reserving a table for between 6-7pm.
PLEASE NOTE ALL OUR MENUS ARE SUBJECT TO SEASONAL AVAILABILITY & MAY CHANGE AT ANY TIME.
Liquor Licence No. LIQH400118821.
The Carrington practices responsible service of alcohol. Alcohol is not sold or supplied to anyone under 18 years of age – it is against the law.