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Pony

March 25, 2009

Located within Sydney’s heritage Rocks precinct bordering Circular Quay, Pony is a unique lounge and wood-fired grill designed to take advantage of its location in a former bond warehouse in a secluded cobblestone laneway. The interior features a dramatic open kitchen with pony hide-clad kitchen counter, heritage brick walls, commissioned woven art hangings on a […]

Located within Sydney’s heritage Rocks precinct bordering Circular Quay, Pony is a unique lounge and wood-fired grill designed to take advantage of its location in a former bond warehouse in a secluded cobblestone laneway. The interior features a dramatic open kitchen with pony hide-clad kitchen counter, heritage brick walls, commissioned woven art hangings on a mesh-clad side wall, black japanned recycled plank flooring and custom goat skin pendant lights hung from the original timber ceiling. An exterior timber deck features an 11 metre (36 ft.) communal dining table and outdoor bar and lounge.

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