Eat, Drink, Stay & Play

Anytime of year is beautiful at Watsons


Winter, a time synonymous with the weather cooling down, the days getting shorter with cute dresses and shirts a thing of the past. But this doesn’t mean all the fun has to stop. Wastons, along with Sydney, comes alive with the city literally lighting up and becoming a hive of activities, which can all start and end at Watsons. Whether it be a Kahlua hot chocolate, spiked tea or a delicious schnitty, winter doesn’t have to mean boring. We’ve got so much going on, so head on down, grab a drink and keep the good times rolling.


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What's On

Food Specials

Nothing says winter like all the classics; schnitty with chips, steak and mash <enter in more details here>. We’ve got specials every day of the week so come in and get cosy!


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Sydney's Best Chicken Schnitzel

Warn from the inside out

Winter and Watsons goes together like hot chocolate and marshmallows, so match made in heaven! Whether your a straight shooter and looking for the original, or branching out and want to start the session with a hot chocolate with Kahlua, there’s both available. Or, as the little boy from the taco ad says ‘por que no dos?’

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Get cosy!

Recently refreshed by Sibella Court, and looking better than ever with beautiful items from around the world, insert copy from press release. Romantic interludes, family jaunts or big occasions all find their own sweet spot in a place where ease is a breeze. Best part, we’ve got 35% off rates until September 30, 2019.


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Cosy up in our recently refreshed rooms by Sibella Court

Winter Workshops

Winter is the perfect time to learn a new skill, delve into a little self improve and come out the otherside (Summer) better than when we started! Stay tuned for the full line up, places are limited to ensure intimate settings and to get the most out of it.


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Four orange cocktails with a bartender standing behind them in a pink apron.