NEW LIFE FOR AN OLD FAVOURITE
A visual spectacle of Sydney Place, the hatted Jacksons on George has been revitalised by DTL Entertainment Group with hospitality visionary Maurice Terzini as Creative Director. DTL Entertainment is led by hospitality entrepreneurs Paul Ford and Steve Bannigan and publican Michael Broome.
Set over three levels, the social destination features a modern and sophisticated ground floor pub, a restaurant and wine bar on level 1 and a sun-drenched rooftop terrace and cocktail bar. This new generation pub and flagship Sydney venue delivers consistently activated series of spaces, with unique offerings that evolve throughout the day, providing a remarkable dining and drinking cultural journey.
Jacksons on George is now open at 176 George Street.
A LANDMARK BUILDING
Designed by local, award-winning architects Studio Hollenstein, Jacksons on George draws its inspiration from the rich history of the site. The form of the building echoes the hull of a ship, the shimmer of the water on the Sydney Harbour and the classic Australian pub tile, whilst a unique ceramic facade reveals aspects of the Sydney Place precinct and city surrounds.
Highly visible, with a distinct, architecturally refined and memorable design, Jacksons on George is a landmark building for Sydney.
DTL ENTERTAINMENT TEAMFrom left to right: Maurice Terzini, Steve Bannigan, Michael Broome, Paul Ford
SYDNEY PLACE PRECINCTArtist impression only subject to planning and other approvals. Location and availability and external seating subject to planning and authority approvals.
GROUND FLOORArtist impression only subject to planning and other approvals.
1ST FLOOR RESTAURANTArtist impression only subject to planning and other approvals.
ROOFTOP BAR DUSKArtist impression only subject to planning and other approvals.
ROOFTOP DAYTIMEArtist impression only subject to planning and other approvals.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which Sydney Place is located, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, and pay our respects to them and their elders - past, present and emerging.