Gregory Hills has a one-of-a-kind new nightlife destination that you ought to check out this summer. Giving a distinct city feel to this relaxed western Sydney suburb, El Patron is a spacious venue carrying plenty of contemporary pizazz. A decadent bar stands central to the space, with rose gold detailing and premium tequila on the flow. Its balcony area is just as stunning as the inside, with faux grass, plush lounges, and a statement fountain centrepiece. As an 18+ venue, it makes the perfect spot for all your party needs. From birthday dinners to milestone celebrations, and even a cheeky weekend boogie, El Patron has you covered.
The food menu features exotic tapas with a South American twist, including the likes of jalapeno poppers, kingfish ceviche, beef and chicken skewers, and tender calamari. Taco lovers have the option of three choices: pulled brisket, soft shell crab and a fresh yellowfin tuna style. As for larger dishes, take your pick from 1kg Beef Rib Eye, Riverina Lamb Rack, and Whole Peri Peri Spatchcock. Balance your mains with some grilled broccolini or a crisp cos salad.
El Patron’s drinks menu is equally as impressive, with a focus on cocktails to get your mouth watering. We’re talking all your favourite classics alongside tasty margaritas such as the Seasonal Margarita, House Margarita, Tommy’s Margarita, and Deluxe Margarita. A popular pick is the signature El Patron cocktail, combining Blanco tequila, aperol, coconut, passionfruit, lime and chickpea water. This sweet cocktail is perfect for a balmy summer’s night. One sip and you’ll be channelling some serious beach clubbing in Ibiza vibes!
An ultimately stylish and vibrant venue, El Patron flaunts South American spice with a luxurious touch. Whether you’re dining out or booking a booth for endless rounds of tequila shots, this place can do it all! Given its roomy interior, it’s a fantastic spot to book a function as well. Find out more about El Patron through their website here. And if you’re looking for an epic New Year’s Eve party to attend, you may want to grab some tickets to their masquerade party, too…
Images sourced: El Patron Gallery